It seems Zlatan Ibrahimovic has settled into his new role as Manchester United striker quite well.

The 34-year-old Swedish footballer refused to share his Old Trafford spotlight with Paul Pogba, scoring in each half as Manchester United brushed aside Southampton 2-0 in the first of the Premier League’s new Friday night attractions.

And for fantasy football managers who put Ibrahimovic out on the pitch, things were looking pretty good:

Guess who has #Ibrahimovic as their Fantasy Football captain?

— Phlegm Clandango (@Cain_Unable) August 19, 2016

Ibrahimovic doing jobs for my fantasy football

— B O N D i E (@EsBondiguez) August 19, 2016

My fantasy is sorted just off De Gea Bailly and Ibrahimovic alone haha #FPL

— Scott (@ScottSull5) August 19, 2016

Putting Ibrahimovic in my fantasy squad was genius

— Ali Allen Ibrahim (@AliAllenIbrahim) August 19, 2016

Some were reaping the rewards of making the pony-tailed striker their captain:

Steady captain fantasy. Thanks Ibrahimovic. 😘 #FPL

— Kucik (@_aimanadam__) August 19, 2016

Having Ibrahimovic as captain in 3 of my fantasy teams was the best decision I've ever made

— Adam Law (@adamlaww) August 19, 2016

Putting Ibrahimovic as my captain for Fantasy League was the best thing I've done all week #FPL

— The Palm (@daykahill_sam_p) August 19, 2016

But of course, nothing beat that high of playing Ibrahimovic as your TRIPLE captain:

My Triple captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic.❤

— John (@Schmidfleid) August 19, 2016

Activated triple captain on Ibrahimovic on #fantasyfootball prior to game tonight. 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

— Dan Wright (@danpwright) August 19, 2016

And for those who didn’t put him in their team:

Instant regret for not making ibrahimovic my captain in fantasy football 😩😩😩😩

— Höðör Mácðönálðsön (@FraserMac94) August 19, 2016

Why did I not put Zlatan Ibrahimovic in my fantasy football team 😡.

— Kyle Lord (@kyle_lord2) August 19, 2016

Hindsight is a weird thing.