Sport <b>Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden v England, November, selected by Sam Wallace</b><br/>
It would have been hard enough to pull off if he was facing goal with the ball sitting up nicely for him to hit. To lob Joe Hart with an overhead kick executed with his back to goal did rather put the ribbons on it.

The goal was one of four scored against England by the Sweden international

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<b> Patrice Evra : </b> Caught out a few times by the pace of Welbeck and Young in a slow start to the game. But the Manchester United full-back grew in influence and proved a threat down the left-hand side in the second half. 6

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<b>SCOTT PARKER</b><br/>
Parker has emerged as one of the early favourites to take on the role after his impressive displays this season for Tottenham. But at 31, and with only 10 caps to his name, Parker is yet to prove himself at international level, having failed to make the cut for the last World Cup. <i>Glenn Moore's opinion on chances of becoming England captain:</i> <b>2/5</b>

Comeback king Parker is fans' player of year

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Joe Hart could have easily joined United

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<b>10. Alex McLeish £6m</b>

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Joe Hart denies England planned to defy Fifa

England goalkeeper Joe Hart insists the team had no plans to defy FIFA and wear poppies in Saturday's friendly against Spain had a compromise not been reached.

Joe Hart signs new Manchester City contract

England goalkeeper Joe Hart has signed a new five-year contract with Manchester City.

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