Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave the Qatar World Cup the full mark in all aspects, stressing that the country has no problems caused by crime or drugs.

While at a press conference for his country in preparation for the Euro 2024 qualifiers, a journalist asked him about his impressions of the World Cup in Qatar and the host country, to which Zlatan replied: "I went there (Qatar) with the family and spent two days there and everything was great. Organization: 10 points, experience: 10 points, match: 10 points, fans: 10 points, food: 10 points, trip: 10 points, everything is worth 10 out of 10".

Zlatan @Ibra_official just went to town on Swedish journalist fishing for criticism on Qatar hosting World Cup to which Ibra replied:
β€œIt was fantastic. The family & I were there for 2 days.
The organization: 10 points. Experience: 10 points.
The match: pic.twitter.com/S6KzogCSFN...

β€” Nima Tavallaey Roodsari (@NimaTavRood) March 21, 2023

The journalist then noted that "Qatar faced criticism over alleged human rights violations" and the Sultan responded with a speed of "10 points."

To je taj duh Balkana 🎯

β€” Ksenija Pavlovic McAteer (@ksenijapavlovic) January 16, 2023

The 41-year-old Milan striker did not participate in the World Cup in Qatar due to Sweden's failure to qualify for the finals, but he was a guest in the final, as his pictures spread in the stands of Argentina's match against France alongside tennis star Novak Djokovic and Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.