Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has been the forward for Sweden has always been proud of his career and has said this while announcing his exit from Euro 2016 on 22nd June.
After playing in Sweden for close to 16 years, the player finally announced his retirement. He has made a record of 62 goals and 115 caps, which is the best performance any Swedish player could have shown. Ibrahimovic has been regarded as the top footballer at least eight times. He participated with a lot of enthusiasm in 2 world cups and 2 European Championship for his country. The player has no regret about his exit as he has made good memories of playing for his country. He has been very proud of his achievements so far and played well as a captain for Sweden.
The Swedish footballer was also signed with Ajax and A.C. Milan previously and joined Paris Saint Germain in the year 2012. He had won 4 titles of Ligue 1 consecutively and was the top scorer for 3 seasons in Ligue 1. He is one among the 10 players who successfully made over 100 appearances in the Swedish national football team.