What? - Zlatan met his lookalike during match

What? - Zlatan met his lookalike during match
Manchester United played a brilliant match against reigning champions Leicester, but after the match Zlatan Ibrahimovic's double stole the attention.

After United's 2-0 goal, Zlatan's double ran onto the pitch to give Zlatan a hug, but Zlatan was obviously not in the mood to appreciate a hug during the game, and instead he looked surprised.

According to Swedish Expressen, the pictures were not shown on television as the broadcaster of the Premier League does not want to encourage people to storm the pitch.

The man was of course removed from the pitch by Old Trafford security guards, but described by the Daily Mirror as "an eerily accurate Zlatan lookalike", the impersonator now receives the attention he sought, as the lookalike images travel around the world.

And the similarity between Zlatan and the man apparently was very impressive, according to Noa Bachner in Expressen's television studio.

- It looked like a wax doll from Madame Tussaud, said Bachner.

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