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Dinamo Zagreb’s Argentine Left Back Soaks In The Sun Ahead of Champions League Qualifier

Everyone has their own way of relaxing on matchday, and for Dinamo Zagreb’s Argentine left back Luis Ibanez it means heading out to Zagreb’s lake Jarun to soak up some rays and have a refreshing dip. Ibanez, who has stated that he is available for selection for Croatia, was out with his family at Zagreb’s lake Jarun on Tuesday afternoon to cool down from the plus 30 degrees temperatures in the city ahead of tonight’s match. Ibanez will start for Dinamo in their return-leg clash with Luxembourg champions Fola Esch later tonight (Tuesday 8:45pm Maksimir Stadium) in the 2nd round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League. Dinamo beat Fola Esch 5:0 in the 1st leg in Luxembourg last week.

Ibanez strolling at Zagreb’s Lake Jarun

Ibanez soaking in some rays ahead of tonight’s Champions League qualifier

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