Swedish football player Zlatan Ibrahimovic was key in Milan's victory against Udinese, which allows him to break a new record in Series A
AC Milan's victory over Udinese for Round 20 of Serie A was not just one more victory. It is that thanks to this triumph that Zlatan Ibrahimovic broke a record. This allows him to go down in history as one of the most successful players of Calcio.
On Sunday morning, Milan achieved a very agonizing 3-2 victory against Udinese thanks to a last-minute goal of Ante Rebic, who entered from the substitute bank.
The record that Ibrahimovic broke with the victory of Milan.
Ibrahimovic did not score, but did go down in history in Serie A. Thanks to this new success, Zlatan Ibrahimovic reached 150 victories with the Milan shirt and became the fastest player to reach that figure, beating the Argentinian Esteban Cambiasso, who won that accolade with the Inter.
However, 222 matches were enough for the Swede to reach 150 wins, while the former Nerazzurro midfielder did so in 230, that is, eight more games. Of course, for Zlatan to reach that figure, it is necessary to count the matches he achieved in his first stage with Milan between 2010 and 2012.
The Stefano Pioli team is on the rise thanks to the arrival of Ibrahimovic, since it has not known defeat so far in 2020. Three victories (Cagliari, SPAL and Udinese) and a draw (Sampdoria) allow him to advance in the standings and, Zlatan, break records.
His quality and technique will always be his registered trademark. And a proof of this is a video posted by the AC Milan Twitter account where the Swedish is seen doing an impossible trick that breaks the laws of physics.
The Swede has returned with all the laurels to Milan. After passing through the Los Angeles Galaxy of the MLS there were certain doubts about the performance that Zlatan could have at 38. Since his arrival, the team has not lost in Serie A.
In addition, the quality of Ibrahimovic remains the same or even better. This was demonstrated by his own club. AC Milan posted on its Twitter account a video where the striker makes a maneuver where he practically lowers his entire body with the ball to his chest defying the laws of physics.
This Ibrahimovic maneuver was already reproduced more than two million times in the Milan account. Is it really possible that a player at 38 can do something like that? For Zlatan, nothing is impossible.