Zlatan Ibrahimovic flaunts incredible agility aged 40 with rapid Taekwondo kicks

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has flaunted his incredible agility at 40-years-old with footage of a number of rapid Taekwondo kicks.

The AC Milan forward is a keen martial artist, having trained in taekwondo as a teenager in his home city of Malmo before being awarded an honorary black belt in 2010.

He is known for his agility as well, scoring a number of acrobatic and impossible goals during his career, including a 35-yard overhead kick against England which won the FIFA Puskas Award.

Ibrahimovic is showing no signs of slowing down despite his age and has scored five goals in seven league games for Milan so far this season.

He has now shown off his agility and combat skills in a video posted to his Instagram account, which boasts 51.3million followers.

In the clip, captioned "You must be shapeless, formless, like water.", Ibrahimovic produces six different kicks on a punching bag hanging from the ceiling of a gym.

These include a number of spinning kicks, a scissor kick and a one-two combat as the Swedish international cooled off following his Champions League exploits on Wednesday night.

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He played 25 minutes as Milan won 1-0 away to Atletico Madrid to take a huge step towards the round of 16 ahead of their final match against Liverpool in two weeks time.

Domestically, the Rossoneri currently sit second in Serie A and are level on points with leaders Napoli ahead of a home match against Sassuolo on Sunday.

Ibrahimovic's impressive career has seen him play in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and the USA as well as a spell in the Premier League with Manchester United.

However, he took a swipe at the Red Devils earlier this week for "talking too much about the past" in the fall out to the club's sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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