The former Barcelona striker has suffered his worst league scoring form in almost two years having failed to score in his last four top-flight matches
Zlatan Ibrahimovic may have made a flying start to life at Manchester United, but recent weeks have suggested that the Swede will not have it all his own way in the Premier League.
The 35-year-old striker has now gone four league matches without finding the net since pulling a goal back in September’s defeat by Manchester City at Old Trafford.
He did score the winner against Zorya in the Europa League, but his form in domestic league football is now his worst in almost two years.
The last time Ibrahimovic went on a run of four matches without netting a league goal came in January 2015 while playing for Paris Saint-Germain.
He failed to score against Guingamp, Montpellier, Bastia and Evian either side of the winter break before netting the winner against St. Etienne.
With Chelsea next up for United in the Premier League on Sunday, Ibrahimovic will be looking to avoid a first run of five domestic fixtures without netting since August 2010, though that spanned over two campaigns with first Barcelona then AC Milan.