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Zlatan race – demoted from the list
"Zlatan race – poked from the list"

"the Swedish star is not among the world's one hundred best"

"He has always been given."

"But now is Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the first time, demoted from the prestigious The Guardian's list of the world's 100 best football players."

"the Swede ends up first on a... the 117th place."

"Since 2012, the ranks of The Guardian this year's 100 best players. The magazine has a panel of several hundred former top players and experts from 69 countries who shared in the list. Sportbladets Johanna Frändén is one of fotbollsjournalisterna that is on the list."

"Zlatan Ibrahimovic subscribed to a spot high up on the list since 2012. The first year, he was ranked as fifth and was commended for the first year in the PSG and the amazing cykelsparken against England at the Friends Arena."

"the Year after, in 2013, reached the swede its highest level and was placed as third in the world. Only Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo were considered better. In 2014 fell to Zlatan to 13th place, but was praised for that he is 33 years old, won the French scorer."

"in 2015, he flew up higher on the list again. Zlatan was seven and was commended for its way to bear both the PSG and the Swedish national team on his shoulders. 2016? Number 20 of 100. First season in Manchester United was a success and was, therefore, continued to Rule high on the list."

"by 2017 it became a real stud. Zlatan fell all the way down to the place 60. It was, above all, skadeproblematiken that led to the loss, reports of the jury."

"Petas completely from the list"

"in 2018 then? This is actually the first time I completely petas from the prestigious list. The many goals for Los Angeles in the MLS is not enough in the competition and the swede are thus outside the top 100. The Guardians fotbollschef Marcus Christenson explains that Zlatan ended up first on the 117-th place of the world's best players."

"Who won? Real Madrid's Luka Modric. Then follow Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Mohamed Salah in order."

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