Zlatan happy to make Toronto his 500th goal victim

Monday, 17 Sep, 2018

The France global even attempted to imitate Ibrahimovic's famed dexterity but fell some way short before remarking: "I tell you to play football and you watch too much Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Bruce Lee'".

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic made history by scoring his 500th career goal in stunning fashion against Toronto FC.

"Obviously, it's not good to lose. but I'm happy for Toronto because they'll be remembered as my 500th victim", Ibrahimović told The Sports Network (via ESPN).

In action for LA Galaxy against Toronto, Ibrahimovic turned home Jonathan Santos' chipped pass with an acrobatic roundhouse kick. Although Galaxy managed to level the game up at 3-3, two more late goals for the Canadian side saw them claim a 5-3 win. Despite reaching the milestone, this proved to be a disappointing night for the former Swedish worldwide and his teammates. He also played for the Swedish worldwide team.

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"I was close to the goal".

Ibrahimovic scored 62 of his goals for Sweden with the rest coming while playing for Malmo FF, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and now the Galaxy. I was just trying to hit the goal and it went in. "I probably have more goals than the guys on the field have games together".

The striker now plies his trade in the U.S. after playing for an array of elite clubs in Europe such as Barcelona, AC Milan, PSG and Manchester United, chalking up goals that brought him a championship title in nearly every league he's played in.