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03.12.2009 13:10

Ibra: Swedish efficiency

Roger Bogunyà

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has made a spectacular start to the season, scoring 9 goals in 11 games at an average of one goal every 90 minutes.

The Swedish striker is a goal machine and his strike this Wednesday against Jerez took him to 9 goals in the league so far, in which he's started in 8 games and come of the bench in three more.

Most efficient in Spain

Although David Villa remains the competitions leading scorer with 10, Ibra is the most efficient striker, needing just 91 minutes on average for each goal, against Villa's 96, Fabiano's 101, Messi's 131 or Soldado's 135.

Impact sub

2009-09-19_FCB_-_ATLETICO_DE_MADRID_001.JPGIbrahimovic has proved to be the perfect impact substitute too, scoring soon after coming off the bench against Malaga, Madrid and Jerez. He's also proved vital in opening up tough defences and getting the Barca team scoring started, getting the first goal against Getafe, Athletico Madrid and Racing, as well as against Rubin Kazin in Europe.
Photos: archive FCB.
Photos: archive FCB.
Best ever start
Barca are enjoying the best of the Swede, this is the player's best ever start to a season, His 9 goals in the first 13 games beats his records at Ajax in 2003/04 (8), with Inter in 2007/08 (8) and 2008/09 (7).

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