Zlatan ibrahimovic left Paris Saint Germaine on way for the Champions League quarter finals after he scored twice in the match and helped the team to take a 4-0 lead against Bayer leverkusen on Tuesday last 16th.
Leverkusen underwent their third home defeat straightaway as Laurent Blanc’s PSG were hardly ever distressed at the Bay Arena with Ibrahimovic, the planner of the triumph with two goals in three first half minute. Ibrahimovic scored a penalty then added his second goal when he set free a thunderbolt of an attempt to build it 3-0 till break.
The Swedish star scored four goals in the 5-0 rout of RSC Anderlecht in Belgium last October. Ibrahimovic aged about 32 years old replaced Christiano Ronaldo who has erned 10 goals in the six Champion’s League games this season.
Ibrahimovic pointer Emir Spahic was sent back for a second yellow and finally got red card for the last half hour thus reducing Bayer to ten men.
The French leaders took an almost instant lead when Leverseken captain Simon Rolfes lost control in the midfield. As the Ibrahimovic shot was cannoned off Roberto Hilbert’s chest, it could have been 2-0 after ten minutes. Leverseken began to find rhythm after having lost their two games on their home ground.
With just a matter of 60 percent control, it appears only an issue of moment when PSG added a second and Ibrahimovic score two goals in just three minutes.
Ibrahimovic netted the penalty on 39 minutes helping his team to build a lead with an unbelievable shot from just outside the vicinity. The Swedish star rifled a stunning first time shot into the top right corner when Matuidi found Ibrahimovic on the edge of the box.
The hosts luck didn’t recover as Spahic who had already got yellow card, was entered into the match again for holding back left-wing Lucas and was sent off in 59 minutes.