Hart, Ronaldo & more: Twitter reacts to Ibrahimovic’s wonder-goal

Joe Hart and Ronaldo both tweet their thoughts after Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a world-class goal against England

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s four-goal haul inspired Sweden to a 4-2 win against England on Wednesday, with the Paris Saint-Germain star scoring a spectacular late goal in Stockhhom.

The 31-year-old’s sensational overhead lob which left Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart stranded was hailed on Twitter by the professionals, starting with the England number one himself.

The Three Lions’ Hart ‏(@JoeHart_01) is gutted about the result: “Absolutely devastated about last night’s game, I can only apologise to all my teammates and the fans… I can only say two words though: Zlatan Ibrahimovic.”

Brazil legend Ronaldo ‏(@ClaroRonaldo) is impressed: “What a fantastic goal by Zlatan Ibrahimovic against England!!!”

Sunderland striker Louis Saha ‏(@louissaha08) reckons it is the best goal ever: “Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the best goal ever. Did choose to score that screamer the day he scored 4 against England. Bossssss.”

Blackpool winger Thomas Ince ‏(@RealThomasInce) agrees: “Wow wow wow wow! Best goal I’ve ever seen! #outrageous #zlatanibrahimovic”

Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic ([email protected]) adds his thoughts: “Take a bow #ZlatanIbrahimovic! Unbelievable tekkers!”

Former Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba ‏(@fmuamba) gives his take on the enigmatic Sweden star: “He might be arrogant but Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a problem to any team he plays against.”

Even tennis legend Boris Becker ‏(@Becker_Boris) chimes in: “WOW…Ibrahimovic !!! What a goal ….and four of them!”

Italy striker Giuseppe Rossi ‏(@GiuseppeRossi22) reckons he is dreaming: “Did Ibrahimovic really score that goal?? Or am I dreaming?”

Former Chelsea midfielder Jody Morris ([email protected]) calls for some realism: “Outrageous technique/agility for the goal..with great execution of contact.. But relax on greatest goal ever…no goalkeeper for starters!”

Newcastle striker Samuel Ameobi ‏(@Sammy_Ameobi): “Well that was just uncalled for #Zlatan!”

Marseille midfielder Joey Barton ([email protected]) reckons Ibrahimovic is the only world-class player on show: “One genuinely world class player on the pitch tonight. And HE was the difference… #sweVeng”

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand ‏(@rioferdy5) reckons the Swedish captain has answered his English critics: “Zlatan just silenced any doubters he had…ruthless tonight!”

Finally, Republic of Ireland midfielder Steven Reid ([email protected]) is late to the party: “Something happen in England game.. I’m watching Ireland?? And not a great game!!”

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