Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns: "Lions don't recover like humans"
The striker, who suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in April, came on as a substitute in Manchester United's Premier League win over Newcastle.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his comeback after a seven-month injury absence in Manchester United's Premier League victory over Newcastle United on Saturday.
Ibrahimovic back a month early in Premier League win
The Swedish striker, who tore his anterior cruciate ligament in a Europa League clash against Anderlecht in April, came on as a 77th-minute substitute for Anthony Martial at Old Trafford - returning a month earlier than originally expected.
Ibrahimovic: "Lions don't recover like humans"
Speaking post-match, 'Ibra' told BT Sport: "I train hard, sacrificed a lot and it's my head that's playing - my knees just need to follow - so I'm not worried at all.
"Was I worried about returning? No. Lions don't recover like humans."
Zlatan re-signed with Manchester United in August
Having scored 28 goals in 46 games for United in 2016/17, the 36-year-old was initially released by the Red Devils at the end of the season, before re-signing on a 12-month deal in August.