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Ibra Is the Oldest Swede Player at 39

Ibra Is the Oldest Swede Player at 39

Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has become the oldest player to play for Sweden, claims Gracenote. Thus, Ibra is the oldest Swede player at 39.

At the age of 39 years and 173 days, Zlatan started in qualifier against Georgia (1-0, second half).

In the 35th minute of the FIFA World Cup 2022 match, Zlatan gave a goal pass to Viktor Claesson.

Ibra, the oldest Swede player at 39, just surpassed the achievement of goalkeeper Thomas Ravelli.

Ravelli played for Sweden in 1997 at 38 years and 1 month.

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