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Zlatan feeling tired but admits “I have to do more” ahead of Chelsea blockbuster

Date Posted,April 14, 2017

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is feeling old after less than a season playing for Manchester United.

The Swedish striker has scored 28 goals, but, at 35, feels Jose Mourinho may have asked him to go to the well once too often as United chase Champions League qualification on two fronts.

Ibrahimovic admitted that he is now suffering the effects of the unrelenting pace of English football ahead of today’s clash with Chelsea at Old Trafford.

“The manager has been right to criticise the forward players, but against Anderlecht I wasn’t feeling good. I was feeling tired. But it is not an excuse,” said Ibrahimovic.

“I still have to do much more and much better than I did against Anderlecht.

Jose Mourinho wasn’t pleased with his strikers’ performances against Anderlecht (Photo: AFP)
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