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Zlatan Ibrahimovic does pre-game soccer warm-up with NHL's L.A. Kings

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been a man about town since arriving to join Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy last Thursday.

The former Man United, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona star scored two spectacular goals on Saturday to lead his team back to a 4-3 win over new expansion rival LAFC and then stopped by the ESPN offices in the City of Angels for an exclusive interview earlier this week.

On Thursday night, Ibrahimovic was an honorary guest of the Los Angeles Kings for their game against the Minnesota Wild and took part in a soccer-centric warm-up that the local NHL team does before hitting the ice.

We already knew Ibra had world-class skills on and off the pitch, but check out those Kings players hanging tough with the Zlatan in their game of keep-up. Not bad!

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