Fancy owning the boots that scored the greatest goal! Ibrahimovic's signed boots up for grabs (but there's no guarantee it will help you master the 'propeller' kick)
18:05 GMT, 15 November 2012
Fancy getting your hands on the football boots that scored the greatest goal in history Well, now you can. The boots worn by Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Wednesday night's victory over England are up for sale for charity.
His final goal – that amazingly acrobatic 'propeller' kick finish from 30 yards out that left goalkeeper Joe Hart red-faced – has been hailed all day as one of the finest ever scored.
Wonder goal: Zlatan Ibrahimovic struck a stunning overhead kick
Big hearted: Ibrahimovic handed his prize boots to Jonas Olsson (left)
West Brom defender Jonas Olsson, Ibrahimovic's international team-mate, has made the boots available on his just giving page.
He tweeted: 'Chance to win the almighty Zlatan Ibrahimovic's signed boots, worn yesterday against England!! Min 5 donation at http://justgiving.com/Jonas-Olsson'
Anyone who donates will enter a pot and the winner of the boots will be randomly picked.
The money raised will go to The Winnicott Foundation, which helps to care for some of the most fragile premature and critically ill newborn babies and their families.
As Olsson explains on his page: 'Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
Big prize: Olsson reveals donation on Twitter (above) and his JustGiving page (below)
'Me and my partner Frida have set this up to reach awareness of premature births. Its very close to our hearts as our beloved daughter Iris Annabelle was born seven weeks early.
'The care, help and support we received from our local hospital was truly amazing and we wish this for everyone cooping with the same situation.
'To help promote the cause I will regulary auction some of my personal football items such as shirts, shoes etc. I will use my twitter account @J_OlssonViasat to notify everyone when the items are ready for donations.
'All donations are made through this page. Minimum 5 donations and I will randomly pick a winner (please leave twitter details or email address with donations). The target is to raise 10,000.'