The Sweden international levelled proceedings with an excellent header to save a point for his side in the Premier League weekend.
Manchester United’s Old Trafford woes continued in a 1-1 draw against West Ham on Sunday, but if it weren’t for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s heroics, things could have been worse.
West Ham made a rapid start and Diafra Sakho threatened to inflict a second home defeat of the campaign on the Red Devils with a goal after 90 seconds.
United were quickly back on level terms thanks to Ibrahimovic but, despite introducing Wayne Rooney and Henrikh Mkhitaryan off the bench, the Red Devils were unable to find a winning goal – although Jesse Lingard did see one ruled out with 15 minutes remaining.
Wiko’s Game Changer is indeed the Sweden international who has now scored in consecutive Premier League games for the first time since his first two appearances in the competition.
The home side went down very early in the game, but it didn’t take long for Ibrahimovic to level the scores. Paul Pogba’s brilliant ball over the top picked out the Swedish striker, who had drifted away from James Collins to nod past Randolph.
It didn’t stop there for Zlatan as he pressed on to get the winner. He registered a total of four shots, three of which he attempted from inside the box. Despite his efforts, the big forward could only manage a shot accuracy of 25 percent.
He also proved a winning mentality and conjured up three fouls along the way. Down to the closing minutes of the game, Zlatan and Co. laid siege to the West Ham goal, but the visitors’ defence remained resolute.
For scroring the equaliser and clinching one point for the Red Devils, Ibrahimovic is Wiko’s Game Changer for the Premier League match between Manchester United and West Ham United.