Paris Saint-Germain star Zlatan Ibrahimovic goes kung-fu crazy!

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's penchant for kicking his own team-mates is well known, but in Paris Saint Germain's 2-1 defeat against Saint Etienne on Saturday, the striker's frustration was taken out on opposing goalkeeper Stephane Ruffier.

With the Ligue 1 giants trailing 1-0 thanks to a Mamadou Sahko own goal just before the hour mark, the Swedish international was played clean through with 70 minutes on the clock, as Carlo Ancelotti's side searched for an equaliser.

Bearing down on goal, the 31-year-old delivered a high boot to the chest of the outrushing keeper, earning himself a straight red card, much to the dismay of Ibrahimovic himself.

Two minutes later, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang doubled the visitors' lead, and although Guillaume Hoarau pulled one back for the hosts with four minutes remaining, PSG succumbed to their first league defeat of the 2012/13 campaign.

Ibrahimovic will return to the PSG line-up for tomorrow's Champions League clash against Dinamo Zagreb, before serving a three-match suspension, following his recent sending off.

Re-live the striker's moment of madness by watching the video above!

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