During these 900 official matches, the swedish giant had never deceived his own keeper. He can unfortunately now check this case.
Established at the forefront of the attack of AC Milan against Bologna On Saturday night, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was surprised shortly after half-time. The former PSG player was surprised by the trajectory of the corner pulled hard and returning by Barrow. He could not shift and hit the ball with his head at the near post, deceiving Tatarusanu at the same time.
This but against his camp jostled the Rossoneri who behind conceded the equalizer (2-2) by Barrow. But carried by an excellent Bennacer, Stefano Pioli’s team finally won (4-2) thanks in particular to a goal, this time in a good way, from Ibrahimovic at the very end of the match.
Still decisive at 40
Earlier in the match, the Swedish star had already delivered an assist. A gesture that makes him the second player to have delivered an assist in Serie A at 40 in the 2004-2005 season, the first being Francesco Totti.
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Ibra also became the fourth oldest goalscorer in Serie A history on Saturday night (40 years and 20 days). Before only three players, Costacurta, Piola and Vierchowod, had scored once the quarantine passed.