Zlatan reminds Europe of his worth as Inter win scudetto

May 18, 2008

Zlatan Ibrahimovic had been out injured for a month and a half, about the time Inter Milan had managed to flitter away an 11-point lead in Serie A.

On Sunday the Swede climbed off the bench to bag both goals in a 2-0 win at Parma which relegated the hosts and gave Inter their 16th scudetto and third in a row on the last day of the season.

A few months ago we asked why Ibrahimovic did not have the kudos of some of Europe’s other top strikers. With Euro 2008 to come, maybe the Swede is beginning to change opinions.

Inter coach Roberto Mancini did not talk to reporters after Inter’s triumph, sparking fresh speculation he would not be continuing at the San Siro. Is Zlatan Jose Mourinho’s sort of player?

Mark Meadows, Milan

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Is Mourinho the right man for Inter? It seems to me Mancini has done a great job and I just wonder if bringing “The Special One” might do more harm than good.

Good news for Sweden that he’s back as well. With Larsson there as well Ithings are looking up

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