Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic added another record to his list, reaching, with his direct-kick goal against Roma, 400 league goals, signed in Sweden, Holland, Italy, Spain, France, England and the United States.
The veteran Swedish striker, who turned 40 on October 3, drove Milan’s 2-1 victory in the field of Portuguese José Mourinho’s Roma and allowed his team to catch up with Napoli at the top of the Serie A table .
“Ibra” was decisive for Milan and, in addition to the goal, another was disallowed for offside and got the penalty that Ivorian Frank Kessie safely converted to make it 2-0.
The Swede, former player of Barcelona, Paris Saint Germain, Inter Milan or Manchester United, among others, continues to make a difference and broke the wall of 400 league goals.
He scored 16 with Malmoe, 35 with Ajax, 23 with Juventus Turin, 57 with Inter, 16 with Barcelona, 103 with Paris Saint Germain, 17 with Manchester United, 53 with Los Angeles Galaxy and has 70 with the Milan.
In his record, Ibra has 31 trophies, including four titles from Serie A, four from Ligue 1, a Spanish League and a Europa League. EFE (HN)