The Swede is 39 years old now, but you wouldn’t know by the way he performs in Serie A Tonight, Ibrahimovic scored in his eighth game in a row in the top Italian league an excellent hit

The ball was thrown in from the left and the well-traveled striker made a decent cross from Theo Hernandez look great after the nicest header

He beat Kalidou Koulibaly in the air just before the penalty spot and managed to use serious force to steer the ball so that it bounced into the farthest corner

It was the former Barcelona, ​​PSG and Manchester United striker’s ninth goal of the season in an incredible season for a player who missed four games due to COVID-19

He’s now scored one more goal in the league than five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, who bagged eight for Juventus at the ripe old age of 35

Ibrahimovic’s professional career started at Malmö in 1999, but now he’s out here proving that age is just a number

In fact, his agent Mino Raiola believes he’ll be around his 50s Year of life – even after a devastating ACL injury a few years ago

“He’s going to play soccer until they have to take him on a stretcher,” Raiola told volkskrantnl

“He can go on until he is 50, but only when he plays at a high level can he go on

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World news – GB – 39-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores an outrageous header for AC Milan against Napoli