Zlatan Ibrahimovic partners with social media sensation Khaby Lame for Squid Game video

In the video, Lame was supposed to walk down panels of a glass bridge half of which was fragile while the other half was solid and could comfortably withstand the weight of a person.

Saurabh Ganguly Author

Updated - 3 November 2021 6:02 pm

The new Netflix series Squid Game is doing the rounds on the internet and has gone viral in no time. Even the AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic seems to have been impacted by the popularity of the game and has taken on the role of a guard in the hit show.

In a new video shared by the Swede across his social media platforms, he could be seen in a video that features TikTok star Khaby Lame. Lame, who is popular in his own regard and is known for his videos making fun of life hack videos, could be seen as one of the participants of the game in the video.

In the video, Lame was supposed to walk down panels of a glass bridge half of which was fragile while the other half was solid and could comfortably withstand the weight of a person.

The equation was said to be simple - either survive the game or fall to his death. And Lame made easy work out of the challenge as he simply walked down the beams in the middle that held the glass together without a stutter and completed the challenge.

However, as soon as he is about to talk about his win, in a climactic moment, the guard unmasked the player and he turns out to be Ibrahimovic. It is a shocking turn of events as Lame falls off the bridge.

"My Game My Rules," the former Manchester United star captioned the video.

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Secret to my longevity is in the mind: Ibrahimovic

Recently Ibrahimovic opened up on the secret of his career spanning two decades.

"The secret to my longevity is in the mind, as I am trying to prove that 40 is just a number and I can continue to do what I love," Ibrahimovic told Telefoot when discussing his future.

"I want to keep improving every day. Obviously, I can’t play the way I did before, but I am more intelligent now and have more experience. I am not surprised by my performances, I am the best," he added.

"I have nothing more to prove, but I don’t want to retire and then regret it, thinking I could’ve continued. I don’t want to stop until I am kicked out, well and truly finished," he further said.