Zlatan Ibrahimovic shows off taekwondo skills

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There are many reasons not to mess with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but the fact that the Paris Saint-Germain striker has a black belt in taekwondo is why we would never look to upset the temperamental Swede.

Ibrahmimovic has been known to kick his own teammates in the head in the name of fun - as Antonio Cassano and Rodney Strasser will attest to - while the former AC Milan star has also been sanctioned for using his martial arts skills on opponents.

The 31-year-old can, however, channel his desire to strike unleash his rage on those around him when he feels capable of doing so - instead deciding to impart fury on the ball, and often to devastating effect.

One committed YouTube user has decided to piece together a video of Ibrahimovic using his taekwondo skills to his advantage on the pitch, with the Sweden captain having scored a number of mindboggling goals in this fashion over the course of his career.

Watch Zlatan Ibrahimovic in all his taekwondo fury in the video below…

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