Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the most decorated football players the world has ever seen with his stunning style of goals.
The Swedish has played at the highest level and in the biggest clubs around the round.
Ibrahimovic is one of the oldest playing footballers in this season, the demigod has played 957 matches and scored 565 goals.
His athleticism on the field of play is one to reckon as he has showcased during his time with Ajax, he continued the same fine for throughout his career and when everyone thought it was time for Zlatan to hang his boot, he signed for Galaxy in the United States of America, played for Manchester United, and currently playing with AC Milan in the Italian Serie A.
Up until their meeting with Bologna in their league fixture, Zlatan Ibrahimovic had never recorded an own goal in his career.
After providing the assist for the opener, Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored an unusual goal for the hosts in the 49′ to bring the game to live after AC Milan had taken a 2-0 lead in the first half.
The demigod made amends after he scored the fourth for AC Milan in the 90+1′ to see them win by 2-4. Although AC Milan won, Zlatans record of scoring no own goal in his career has been dented and now look forward to making a new one to replace it.
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