Price per Head Sportsbooks: Ibrahimovic praises PSG’s young players

Zlatan IbrahimovicZlatan Ibrahimovic and price per head sportsbooks were delighted with Paris Saint-Germain’s younger players after they were able to reach the UEFA Champions League’s knockout stages.

Price per head sportsbooks saw that on Tuesday, French champions PSG finished their group campaign with a 2-1 loss against Benfica at the Estadio de Luz as Laurent Blanc decided to field the likes of Marquinhos, Adrien Rabiot, and Lucas Moura.

PSG finished on top of Group C despite the loss, with Sweden international striker Ibrahimovic and midfielder Marco Verratti impressed with the trio’s potential, and price per head sportsbooks also believe that these players did a great job on the pitch.

“Our team is a savvy mix of experience and youth,” the 32-year-old told club magazine 100% PSG.

“We don’t play simply with a team of experienced players. The coach has the intelligence to put his trust in young players, and they have seized their opportunities and play a key role in the team’s success.”

Price per head sportsbooks saw that when he spoke about 21-year-old midfielder Verratti, Ibrahimovic said that he was happy with the solid partnership made with Thiago Motta, while he also praised an 18-year-old Rabiot.

“Everyone knows now how talented (Verratti) is. Everyone knows how important he is for the balance of the team and I can only admire the partnership he has formed with Thiago Motta; I’ve rarely seen such a powerful connection between two midfielders,” he said.

“(Rabiot) is amazing in every one of his appearances. I don’t think it will be long before he earns a call-up to the France squad.

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“(Marquinhos) was remarkable when he stepped in after Thiago Silva got injured. Right from the get-go, he was impeccable, to the point that he received his first call-up to the Brazil squad.”

Price per head sportsbooks see a lot of promise in these youngsters, and many fans are confident that they can help the team clinch many victories in future matches.