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Zlatan Ibrahimovic pop single released

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Balkan Dancehall duo Sanjin & Youthman have released their latest single – and it’s dedicated to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Swedish striker has plenty of admirers around the world, and has won a bucket-load of trophies during his entertaining career.

However, the 31-year-old is unlikely to have had a hit single written in his honour before, let alone a track that fuses Jamaican dancehall with folk.

What’s even more bizarre about this particular piece of music, is that it actually isn’t that bad. There are references to the Champions League, and the boy with the golden feel.

The YouTube video isn’t too shabby either, with clips of some of his best – and worst - moments for club and country.

Enough talking. Watch the brilliant single below, brought to our attention by 101 Great Goals, and let us know if it’s the best football-related music video you’ve ever heard…

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