|World Player of the Week |
Five goals in two games make Zlatan Ibrahimovic arguably the best player in the world on current form.
At 32, the striker is showing no signs of slowing down as he continues to surpass his own remarkable standards following another week of brilliance for the Ligue 1 champions.
Goal's Hocine Harzoune said: "His two goals in the 4-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen — one a stunning goal from the edge of the box — effectively sent Les Parisiens into the Champions League quarterfinals after the first leg.
"Ibrahimovic then scored a hat trick in the 4-2 win over Toulouse to ensure PSG remains five points clear of second-place Monaco. His first goal came from the penalty spot before a second-half header made it two, and he sealed his hat trick with a tap-in after his chipped penalty was saved by Zacharie Boucher."
|Congratulations to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Goal's 249th World Player of the Week winner! |
Thomas Muller - Bayern Munich
@CTTurnbull: "Rotated by Pep Guardiola but keeps on producing the goods in front of goal."
Goal's Alec Fenn: "Came off the bench to score against Arsenal before netting twice at Hannover."
Daniel Sturridge - Liverpool@aiay_ayer: "Chelsea must regret selling Sturridge."
Goal's Chris Myson: "In the form of his life. Two goals against Swansea make it 18 in 19 league games."
Sofiane Feghouli - Valencia
@SamiralnAjet:"The way we support clubs for that one special player #Feghouli."
Goal's Luis Herrera: "Came of the bench to score at Dynamo Kiev and provided an assist against Granada."
Pierre-Michel Lasogga - Hamburg
@Bernardvodaa: "Cool, calm and collected from Pierre Michel-Lasogga."
Goal's Miles Chambers: "Scored and led the line as Hamburg stunned Borussia Dortmund with a 3-0 win."