Barcelona ace Ibrahimovic takes hat off to Inter Milan coach Mourinho
The Swede had complained about Mourinho's tactics when walking away, but admitted things have changed.
He said: “Inter play well and are more compact, but they have a different mentality and now believe that they can win. I play for Barcelona and believe in my team, so obviously the second leg will be the decider.
“Compared to when I was at Inter, they now attack a lot more. They have some great talents and also confidence, as the win over Chelsea really boosted their European mentality.
“Anything can still happen, but I have a lot of faith in Barcelona. If Inter can score two or three at home, then we can score four or five.”