Ibrahimovic makes history after scoring twice in AC Milan’s win over Bologna

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the AC Milan striker, on Monday night, made history in his side’s Serie A 2-0 victory against Bologna.

The Swedish scored both of Milan’s goals against Bologna at San Siro to give the host all three points against the Rossoblu.

His brace against Bologna means the Swedish star has now scored in 23 consecutive seasons and in 4 separate decades since his debut in 1999.

Ibrahimovic while speaking Sky Sport Italia after the game said,: “I am fine, I am working, this is the second official match.

“We won; I could have scored more goals. If I was 20, I would have scored another two. I am like Benjamin Button, I was born old, and I die young.”

Ibrahimovic re-joined AC Milan from LA Galaxy last January’s transfer window.

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He has played for 9 different clubs in his extraordinary career so far.

Ibrahimovic who is a former Manchester United and Paris Saint-German star has played in Sweden, Holland, Italy, France, England and the USA.

Ibrahimovic will now hope to lead Milan to victory when they face Crotone in their next Serie A fixture on Sunday.

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