Ibrahimovic: Lahm going out on his terms

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said Germany captain Philipp Lahm should be able to retire on his own terms.

Lahm, 30, shocked many when he announced his retirement from international football, less than a week after Germany defeated Argentina to win the FIFA World Cup.

But Swedish international Ibrahimovic - speaking after PSG's 4-2 pre-season defeat to Red Bull Leipzig on Friday - believes the 113-cap veteran and Bayern Munich skipper bowed out at the right time.

"I don't know what to say because he won the World Cup, so why not?" Ibrahimovic told reporters in Germany.

"He did his job and to stop now is the best way, if he wants to stop. But it's his own decision and you stop when you're on top.

'He can't give more than this, so I think he finished nicely."



Nice its sport related blog.I am not happy in this word cup. Because Argentina did not win.I am a big fan of Argentina.Hope in the next World cup Argentina will win the Cup.And I am waiting for the next world cup.
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I love football. And i did not miss any word cup match.I really missing world cup and Just waiting when next world cup will be coming.And i am big fan of Brazil and hope next world cup will be for Brazil.
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