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At the Hawthorns, Ibrahimovic took his season’s tally to 16 goals in all competitions, including 10 in the last nine matches, as Manchester United made light work of a usually stubborn West Brom team.

It led to another salute to his Swedish superstar from a grateful manager. “It is a pleasure to see him play, his happiness. It’s fantastic for a 35-year-old guy,” said Jose Mourinho.

Perhaps man of the match Ibrahimovic, though, gave away his secret in a pre-match interview, saying he felt as sprightly as a 20-year-old.

A fourth successive win for the first time since the start of Mourinho’s reign in August saw United join fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur on 30 points.


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