As a Brazilian hunk swapped the heritage of Rome for the heart of Liverpool, supporters of the 5-time Champions League winners across the world thought it secretly and within themselves believed it – ‘This could be our year!’
Whether it’d be them laughing at the rest or if it’d be the rest laughing at them, we will only know next May. However, a fact only those living in denial would not accept is that this Liverpool squad looks like a serious threat in the upcoming season of the Premier League.
Known for his voluminous body arts, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is unarguably one of the classiest players to have ever graced a footballing field. While his antics on the field need no introduction, his off the field frolics gets attention involuntarily. Since his Ajax days, he has been prolifically known for his astounding skills and ruthless aggression.
Besides all this, the 35-year-old has been in limelight for his comprehensive tattoos and even in his book ‘I am Zlatan’, he has confessed that tattoos became like a 'Drug' to him. In the same book, he quoted that even though tattoos drove him away initially, he became tempted away eventually. “I was against them in the beginning. Thought they were in bad taste. But I got tempted anyway.”
Fashion and football undoubtedly go hand-in-hand, even though there isn’t a direct connection between the two. Every public appearance of football stars, even if is just a casual outing, is bound to go under scrutiny by fashion police. So, when France footballers such as Blaise Matuidi, Samuel Umtiti, Olivier Giroud, Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann appeared for their football duties, their unconventional fashion choices drew considerable amount of media attention. Here is how the footballers’ fashion score card looked like on the day: