Manchester United has rescued a 1-1 draw at Old Trfford against old foes, Liverpool on Sunday after Paul Pogba’s handball and James Milner’s first-half penalty had given Jurgen Klopp’s side an advantage.
But, Ibrahimovic great nod at home has rescued Jose Mourinho's boys, seven minutes to the end of the game.
Liverpool is now seven points behind leaders Chelsea, climb above Arsenal into third, while United stay sixth.
Meanwhile, the Dogs of War, Everton trashed Manchester City 4-0 at Goodison Park, which is Pep Guardiola’s heaviest-ever league defeat as a manager.
Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring in 34 minutes, before Kevin Mirallas scored just over a minute into the second half.
Tom Davies, with his grate skills netted an amazing third goal 11 minutes from time, before a stoppage-time debut strike from young Nigerian Ademola Lookman put a seal.
The result sees them sit 10 points behind leaders Chelsea in fifth place, while Everton remain seventh.