Ibrahimovic's name spelt wrong on back of jersey as ex-Man Utd ace celebrates scoring two for LA Galaxy with 'Irbahimovic' on shirt

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC celebrated scoring for LA Galaxy despite having his name wrongly spelt as "Irbahimovic" on his jersey.

The former Manchester United striker, 37, bagged both goals for his MLS club as they beat Toronto 2-0 at Dignity Health Sports Park.

Ibrahimovic either failed to notice or did not care that his name was spelt incorrectly on his shirt.

The star man, whose ego has gone down well in California, has scored 13 goals in 15 games this season.

They were his first strikes for over a month though, after being out of the squad for two matches when they played in the US Open Cup, but he returned to duty in the domestic league.

Galaxy are six points behind city rivals Los Angeles FC at the top of the Western Conference with 15 regular season games left to play before the play-offs.

Manchester United players appear to have the typo curse when it comes to player shirt names.

David Beckham played in the 1997 Community Shield with 'Beckam' on the back of his United shirt.


Brazilian ace Anderson's name was also fluffed on his shirt in 2013, with 'Andesron' scrawled on the shoulders.

And in 2009, Blackburn's Roque Santa Cruz embarrassingly had 'Satna Cruz' on his Rovers shirt in 2009.

Wayne Rooney's DC United are second in the Eastern Conference and the two teams play each other on August 12.

Rooney was sent off last night after a reckless lunge on Dallas' Michael Barrios – before having his red card withdrawn.

Referee Nima Saghafi consulted the VAR screen and decided  the record England goalscorer had not made contact with the Colombian winger.

The decision was then downgraded to a yellow card.

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