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Zlatan Ibrahimovic and PSG teammates refuse to speak to journalists

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the boss, do not forget that.

After Paris Saint Germain's 1-0 victory over Lille in the French League Cup semi-final Zlatan decided both himself and his teammates did not want to speak to the media.

This was supposedly due to the 33-year-old's dismay with the questions he had received all week leading up to the cup clash.

When PSG's talisman was asked why he rebutted against the media, he simply replied: "because Zlatan is boss."

He then walked off without even looking over his shoulder to gage the reaction of the reporters. Classic Zlatan.

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The striker has scored nine goals in Ligue 1 in 15 games but his arrogance may be slightly out of place considering his side are currently third in the league behind Marseille and Lyon.

"Follow me, follow me. Nobody talks," said Ibrahimovic. 

Laurent Blanc's side were expected to storm the league considering the excess funding available to the former French centre-half.

However, things have not gone quite to plan and his side are in for a tense home stretch to the season.

The French side face Chelsea for a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League where Jose Mourinho and Zlatan face off in the battle of the egos.

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