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Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still mocking England as he recreates his overhead kick for Sweden in the sea

Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave England fans a reminder of his famous 2012 goal by recreating that overhead kick for Sweden whilst in the sea in Saint-Tropez. 

The 38-year-old Swedish star, who is yet to sign a contract extension at AC Milan, is currently on holiday in the French Riviera. 

And he couldn’t resist showing off his technique and physique once again, posting an Instagram of a bicycle kick in the sea in slow motion, captioned: ‘God Save the Queen’.  

God Save the Queen

A post shared by Zlatan Ibrahimović (@iamzlatanibrahimovic) on Aug 11, 2020 at 5:06am PDT

Ibrahimovic scored a famous bicycle kick from 35 yards in the November 2012 friendly against England in Stockholm – his fourth goal in a 4-2 win for Sweden.  

Earlier in the week, the former Manchester United, Barcelona and PSG star was pictured alongside his partner Helena Seger and their two sons Maximilian and Vincent enjoying his time off. 

Despite being on holiday, Zlatan was seen working out on his luxurious yacht just off the coast – performing plank variations, press-up routines and utilising TRX bands.  

Using the yacht’s fitness equipment, the 38-year-old took the opportunity to maintain his strength in-between sunbathing sessions. 

The AC Milan front-man was seen performing flips off the back of his yacht in a pair of camouflage swimming trunks before rinsing off in the shower on board the boat. 

Ibrahimovic boasted a gym-honed physique as he strutted around the boat topless in the sun. 

Latest reports state that Ibrahimovic is close to signing a one-year contract extension at Milan. 

Ibrahimovic has scored eight goals in 18 appearances in his second spell for the club after being released by MLS club LA Galaxy. 

The 38-year-old forward’s current contract expires at the end of this season, but he is poised to sign a one-year extension with appearance-related clauses included.   

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