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Zlatan reveals reason behind new tattoos

Zlatan. Credit: Reuters

Can we love Zlatan any more than we already do? Yes, yes we can.

The Swedish superstar netted after just 72 seconds during PSG's clash with Caen before taking his shirt off in celebration and revealing a whole host of new tattoos.

Ibra had the names of 50 starving people temporarily tattooed onto his body as a show of support for the United Nations World Food Programme.

The WFP is responsible for helping 805 million people throughout the world tackle hunger - watch the video explaining the stunt starring Zlatan below.

Zlatan fights world starvation with 15 new tattoos

Paris St Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has outlined a highly unusual charitable gesture he made in support of the World Food Programme.

Zlatan (shirtless) shows off his temporary tattoos. Credit: Szwarc Henri/ABACA/Press Association

Ibrahimovic was booked after only two minutes for removing his shirt as he celebrated scoring the opening goal in his side's 2-2 draw with Caen.

As he did, the tattooed star revealed several new designs, a collection of signatures which he has since shed light on.

"Saturday evening against Caen, when I took off my shirt, everyone asked what these new tattoos were," Ibrahimovic told PSG's official website.

"I had 15 temporary tattoos on my body. They were the names of real people who suffer from starvation in the world.

"Even if the tattoos are gone today, these people are still there. There are 805 million starving people in the world. I want you to see them, through me, to help the World Food Programme."


Ibrahimovic's wondergoal boots up for charity auction

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a 35-yard bicycle kick against England last night. Credit: ITV Football

The boots with which Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored one of the most spectacular goals ever are being auctioned by the player's Swedish team mate.

Jonas Olsson, who plays for Premier League side West Brom, is raising money for the Winnicott Foundation for premature babies.

The defender is asking for a minimum donation of £5 towards his JustGiving page and says he'll keep fans updated on his Twitter page.