Zlatan Ibrahimovic trolls own physio; can't stop laughing

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With Zlatan Ibrahimovic, you can always expect the unexpected. Actually, you can always expect the expected, because the expected is larking about at the cost of colleagues and team-mates. Got it?

Anywho, the slippery Swede has been at it once more, and this time it's Paris Saint-Germain's physio who was on the receiving end this time around. Let's set the scene: Ibrahimovic was only fit enough to take up a spot on the bench for his team's clash with Marseille over the weekend on his return from injury.

Clowning about

Rather than focus all his efforts on helping his team defeat Marcelo Bielsa's on-fire team, he opted to clown about. To be fair, it was actually quite funny. The striker rose to his feet, urging the physio to rush onto the field mid-way through the game in order to help out a stricken team-mate. Except there wasn't a stricken team-mate. You, good sir, have just been Zlataned.

File this one alongside clipping Xavi around the ear as the Barcelona man made his way through the crowd at the Ballon d'Or ceremony, and stealing a security guard's walkie-talkie to give joke instructions to one of his colleagues at PSG's training ground. There's never a dull moment with Ibrahimovic around...

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It seems as though the striker's mischievous nature didn't harm his team's chances of victory on Sunday; PSG stopped Marseille's winning run with a 2-0 victory at the Parc des Prince, narrowing the gap to their rivals at the top of the table to just two points. Good times.

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