Tested positive for Covid-19, Iba says the virus infected wrong person

Zlatan Ibrahimovic may be a controversial figure with his words, but the Swede’s mentality is worth emulating. In fact, when he was caught infected with the Coronvirus, Ibra did not feel bad at all.

Yes, AC Milan confirmed that Ibrahimovic was positive for Covid-19 on Thursday (24/9/2020) yesterday. Thus, the former Paris Saint-Germain player will have to undergo self-quarantine for the next two weeks.

The news was conveyed by the Rossoneri ahead of the match against Bodo / Glimt in the Euroa League, Friday morning WIB (25/9). So, it is certain that Ibrahimovic will have to miss that match.

Obviously, this is a crushing blow for the Rossoneri who since last season have relied heavily on Ibrahimovic to pound on the opposing defense.

Naturally, the former Barcelona produced three of Milan’s four goals in the last two matches. But fortunately no other player or staff apart from Ibra was infected by this outbreak.

However, what is interesting is Ibra’s statement regarding the condition he was infected with the deadly plague. The 38-year-old player even called the Corona Virus wrong because it had infected him. .

“I tested negative for Covid-19 yesterday, but positive today. There are no symptoms or anything. Covid-19 has the courage to challenge me. Bad idea,” wrote Ibrahimovic on his Twitter social media.

Indeed, Ibrahimovic said something and this is not the first time he has said that arrogantly.

Previously, when he scored two goals in Milan’s victory over Bologna, Ibra even claimed to have scored four goals if he was 20 years old and claimed he was like Benjamin Button.

“We won, I could score more goals. If I was 20 years old, I could score two more goals. I am like Benjamin Button. I was born old and died young,” he said after scoring two goals against Bologna.

Admittedly, Ibrahimovic is still productive at an age that is no longer young. In fact, he always played the full game in one game, including against Bologna yesterday.

Penulis: | 25 September 2020 | blog