PSG-Nantes stopped in the tenth minute to pay tribute to.....erm, Zlatan Ibrahimovic

The Swedish striker will leave the Parisians at the end of the season

PSG-Nantes stopped in the tenth minute to pay tribute to.....erm, Zlatan Ibrahimovic

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Zlatan worshipping has hit new ridiculous heights in Paris tonight, with a game being stopped in order to pay tribute to the demigod Swedish striker. 

In the week that Ibrahimovic confirmed his four year stint with the club would end this season, the PSG faithful wanted to show their appreciation to the man that has helped them to win four Ligue 1 titles in a row. 

In order to show their full appreciation, the game between PSG and Nantes was stopped in the tenth minute, corresponding to his jersey number, and those in attendance gave him a standing ovation. 


The former Barcelona and Inter Milan player has won the Ligue 1 Player of the Year tree times while he has also finished as the league's top scorer on three occassions as well.

Free masks with the face of the 34-year-old were also distributed before the game to mark the end of the player's association with the club. 

He also marked the occassion with a goal in typical Ibrahimovic style.