Bet of the day: Ibrahimovic to strike last goal for Man Utd in Feyenoord encounter
Lee Gormley | 24 November 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
Ibrahimovic to score last 11/4
It’s the Europa League that takes centre stage tonight and there are plenty of intriguing match-ups to whet the appetite of fans and punters, including the tasty clash between Manchester United and Feyenoord.
Following some under-par performances in Europe so far this season, Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils are in need of a crucial victory at Old Trafford against the visiting Dutch giants.
The Portuguese tactician recently revealed that frontman Zlatan Ibrahimovic will add another year to his current deal at the club, and the big Swede is a promising 11/4 to score last in this latest outing as Coral’s newest bet of the day.
So read on to see why exactly it’s worth backing the retired all-time Sweden marksman to strike the last goal on home territory…
Zlatan to maintain run
With Ibrahimovic having agreed to remain on the red half of Manchester for another year beyond this season, the frontman will be keen on showcasing exactly why Mourinho chose to secure his services further.
The now 35-year-old was on target twice last time out as he proved to be the match-winner against Welsh outfit Swansea City in a 3-1 result at the Liberty Stadium.
Ibrahimovic’s latest heroics saw him reach eight goals in total during 17 appearances so far this current campaign and he will be confident of adding to that amount against Feyenoord on home turf.
The Swedish sharpshooter has also interestingly been the last goalscorer in all of his previous successful scoring outings for Man Utd, including against Zorya previously in Europe.
So, with Ibrahimovic set to star again against Feyenoord in a crucial contest for Man Utd, make sure to back the attacker to net the game’s last goal at a tasty 11/4!