Zlatan Ibrahimovic analyses back-heel goal

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Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has looked back on the amazing back-heel goal he scored against Bastia on Saturday.

The Sweden international held off his marker before putting his taekwondo skills to good use by hooking the ball into the back of the net without looking.

It was a goal few strikers in world football would have been able to execute - but Zlatan has made a habit of scoring these types of acrobatic efforts during his glittering career.

When asked to analyse his goal, while watching it on an iPad, Ibrahimovic commented: 'It was an amazing goal because when you score goals that rarely happen, these are the goals you remember for a long time.

'Before it came, I knew already what I would do.

"It was probably one of my most beautiful goals… but I have many, many beautiful goals that I can look back and watch."

Ibrahimovic scored two goals in the emphatic 4-0 victory, before making way for his big-money teammate Edinson Cavani, who netted a second-half brace.

PSG currently sit top of the Ligue 1 table after recording 24 points from their opening 10 matches.

To watch Zlatan talking about his goal, click play on the video - provided by 101greatgoals - above.

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