Thierry Henry believes Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will bounce back to scoring ways real soon. The Swede scored five goals in his opening five games for the Red Devils but is going through a goal drought at the moment as the former PSG striker has struggled to register a goal in six matches. "All the questions have been about Jose Mourinho and Wayne Rooney but now they are about Zlatan Ibrahimovic," Henry said on Sky Sports. "It's the first time he's found himself in this situation in his career. "He usually puts them in the back of the net because this doesn't happen to him often.
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