The comments followed Ibrahimovic’s ideal hat technique protected an El Trafico derby day success for the Galaxy.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a strong choice of words for an LAFC coach after the Galaxy’s 3– 2 El Trafico win over their rival on Friday night.
Ibrahimovic, who had currently made headings for his exceptional hat trick throughout the victory, remained in the spotlight Saturday early morning after video appeared to show the Galaxy star telling the coach to “Go house, you little b–” after the game.
The conflict came after LAFC Goalkeeper coach, Zak Abdel, faced Ibrahimovic about an alleged elbow during the match, which the group believed must have led to a red card. The striker was not happy about it and selected to counter the grievance with a dig of his own.
The develop to the derby warmed up previously today when Ibrahimovic was asked if he believed he was better than LAFC’s star and captain Carlos Vela, who is also the league’s leading scorer.
” By far, because if he remains in his prime. How old is he? 29,” Ibrahimovic said via ESPN. “And he’s playing in MLS and he’s in his prime. When I was 29, where was I? (Europe). Big difference.”
He likewise described himself as a Ferrari amongst Fiats, comparing himself to the remainder of the league. He backed up his words by taking total control of the contest, scoring when throughout the very first half and twice in the second. The Galaxy earned the victory after Vela’s late effort in blockage time was insufficient for a total resurgence.
LAFC’s lead atop the standings was cut to nine points with the loss. The Galaxy remain in 2nd place with 37 points.