Paris Saint Germain's outspoken, outrageous and out of this world striker bags another whopper.
Paris Saint Germain's supremely-skilled striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, worth €169m in cumulative transfer fees and a potential target of Chelsea and Manchester City, showed earlier this evening precisely what manager Jose Mourinho is missing - a deadly, balls-out, gung-ho, convert-from-anywhere beast.
Strike duo Ibra and Edinson Cavani have forged one of the deadliest partnerships in world football. In his 60 appearances in all competitions for PSG to date, Ibrahimovic has returned an astonishing 46 goals and 16 assists.
Uruguayan hotshot Cavani has also been amongst the goals for the Ligue 1 table toppers having struck six times in the division in what is his debut season.
It is this stunning form that has resulted in a midweek demolishing of Anderlecht, who PSG easily dealt with, slaying their hosts by an incredible 5-0 scoreline.
At Constant Vanden Stock, Ibrahimovic netted a first-half hatrick, with all three struck within 19 minutes of each other.
The first goal after the break came from Cavani, with Ibra completing the mauling on the 62nd minute mark.
Ibrahimovic has long been courted by Premier League sides, however, just this summer both Manchester City and Chelsea were linked with the player.
The speculation suggested that Ibrahimovic had fallen out with Laurent Blanc due to the mega-signing of Cavani.
It's hardly affecting his form though, is it?