American football clubs seem to have new tough nut to crack. 

Just in his debut game, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has showed he could do a lot in LA Galaxy and fans must be talking about him now.

It was not a wrong decision after all to grab him from Manchester United.

His wonder goal in a typically flamboyant fashion, 35-yard away from the goal post, gave LA Galaxy an equaliser.


The striker's stoppage-time winner gave his side a stunning 4-3 win over Los Angeles FC.

The high-profile signing from Manchester United showed the stuff he was made of and what coming months would be like for his club and other clubs by lashing home a bouncing ball from way out just six minutes after coming on as a substitute.

Ibrahimovic's clubs was 3-0 down before they fought back from to victory. 

The opponent, LAFC, was in total control, thanks to a first-half double from former Arsenal striker Carlos Vela and Daniel Steres' own goal just after the restart.

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But Sebastian Lletget pulled one back in the 61st minute and, two minutes after the introduction of Ibrahimovic, Chris Pontius struck in the 73rd.

The 36-year-old Swede then took centre stage with his spectacular 77th-minute leveller, ripping his shirt off in celebration, before glancing home the winner.

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