400th Career Goals: Landmark Goals For Zlatan Ibrahimovic


Zlatan Ibrahimovic produced an historic performance as he netted both his 400th club career goal and the Premier League’s 25,000th strike in the first half at Swansea City.

The 35-year-old Swede has featured for eight different clubs and played in six countries over the course of his club career, including spells at both Milan clubs, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.

By netting twice in the 3-1 success away to the Swans, Ibrahimovic raised his Manchester United goal tally to eight for the season.

The striker’s most clinical spell came in his four years in France, when he scored 156 times for Paris Saint-Germain in 180 appearances. That ensured the striker left the French capital with a goal record of one every 1.15 games which was among the world’s best strike-rates.

Two spells in Italy saw him net 66 times during his three-year spell at Inter Milan between 2006-2009 before scoring 56 goals in 85 games during a two-year stint at rivals AC Milan.

The Ligue 1, La Liga, Serie A and Champions League winner also broke a Premier League milestone with his first goal in South Wales, scoring the Premier League's 25,000th goal. The very first came against the Reds, from Sheffield United's Brian Deane, in 1992.

*Taken from Manutd.com

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