When asked to bid farewell in French, Ibrahimovic replied in English: “I didn’t speak French, and still I won everything
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PSG face tough task replacing talisman IbrahimovicFamed for his lack of modesty as much as outrageous goals, Zlatan Ibrahimovic ended his Paris Saint-Germain career with a typically brash message.After The brazenly outspoken Ibrahimovic loved the spotlight and courted controversy, telling the club's directors he would stay only if they replaced the Eiffel Tower with a statue of him.He was not always witty, though, and he irked the club's former players when he said – prior to the City game – that PSG only started to exist when Qatari investors, QSI, took over in 2011 . Aside from the Champions League, this is overwhelmingly true because he helped the cash-rich club win four straight titles and back-to-back domestic trebles – unprecedented in French football.He is easily PSG's all-time top scorer, way ahead of next-best Pauleta's 109 and is the fifth-highest scorer in the French league with 113 goals. His ratio of 0.93 goals per game is the best ever in the French league.PSG have been linked with Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo – scorer of 260 goals in 236 league games – but at the age of 31, he does not have long left at the top.
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