Manchester United will have to face Arsenal after the international break without Zlatan Ibrahimovic leaving fans wondering who this hurts the most.

Let’s face it, there’s not an Arsenal fan on the planet who is feeling confident about travelling to Old Trafford after an international break in November to face a side managed by Jose Mourinho.

Just typing that gave me shudders.

But at least we know that Zlatan, who has been a flat-track bully this season, won’t be turning up to send us home without anything to show for our efforts.

The Swede picked up his fifth booking of the season against Swansea as Bob Bradley’s men just rolled over in ways they never do against Arsenal.

Zlatan grabbed a brace in that game, which ended 3-1 to Mourinho’s side, and moved them into sixth place, six points behind Arsenal who are now, surprise surprise, in fourth place after their draw against Tottenham.

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