Maybe that has something to do with the fact that Ibra's played for the best teams in those countries at that time, Milan, Juve, Inter, Barca, Ajax etc. RVP couldn't win the Premiership for Arsenal by himself. You can't put all that on him. If Ibra had been playing for Arsenal would they have won league titles? If anyone's arrogant enough to say that it's you even though it's incredibly hypothetical.
In the 07/08, I think we may have won the title with Ibrah. It's impossible to say really. I'm not sure he'd fit in that well at Arsenal from a personality stand-point. But yeah, hypothetical who knows. It's also worth noting that Ibrah was his teams best player in about half of those league title wins. Also, what you said about Ibrah going to the best teams, check this out. Ajax's last three league positions before Ibrah arrived: 6th, 5th, 3rd. With Ibrah: 1st, 2nd, 1st. When Ibrah arrived at Juve, they'd just finished 3rd, and with him, he lead them to two league titles in a row. Inter hadn't won the league for 18 years until Zlatan arrived and delivered them 3 league titles in a row. Milan hadn't won the league for 7 years before Zlatan won them the league. So yeah, your arguement is full of shit. Every single team he's gone to apart from Barcelona, he's turned around their fortunes big time.
Falcao has scored 4 in 8 games in the champions league, and 30 in 31 in the Europa league
I did get that slightly wrong. He has 4 goals in 8 games and one assist. So he has a hand in 0.625 goals a game. Not that much better than Ibrah's 0.57 goals a game. Also, if you look up the goals themselves, 3 of Falcao's 4 goals were tap ins, and the only decent goal came against the mighty APOEL Nicosia.
Also, when discussing players' credentials for being considered among the World's best, form in the Europa League is completely irrelevant.
You English are so against Zlatan, it's baffling quite frankly. I guess you are all so myopic that you only pay attention to the Premier League, Real Madrid and Barcelona.