Ibrahimovic breaks Serie A win file as AC Milan resurgence …

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The 38-year-old needed just 222 games to reach the milestone of 150 victories, overtaking former Inter star Esteban Cambiasso

Zlatan Ibrahimovic reached a mileston 150 wins and set a new record in doing so when he helped beat 3-2 on Sunday.

About Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Ibrahimović (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈslaːtan ɪbraˈhiːmʊvɪtɕ], Bosnian pronunciation: [zlǎtan ibraxǐːmoʋitɕ]; born 3 October 1981) is a Swedish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Serie A club A.C. Milan. Ibrahimović is widely regarded as one of the best strikers of his generation. He is one of the most decorated active footballers in the world, having won 31 trophies in his career. He has scored over 540 career goals, and has scored in each of the last four decades.Ibrahimović began his career at Malmö FF in 1999, and signed for Ajax two years later. At Ajax, Ibrahimović gained a reputation as one of the most promising forwards in Europe, and departed two years later to sign for Juventus. He excelled in Serie A in a strike partnership with David Trezeguet, before joining domestic rivals Inter Milan in 2006, where he won the Capocannoniere (Serie A Top Scorer) in 2008–09 and won three consecutive Serie A titles. In the summer of 2009, he moved to Barcelona in one of the world’s most expensive transfers, before returning to Italy the following season, joining A.C. Milan. With them, he won another Serie A title in the 2010–11 season, before joining Paris Saint-Germain in July 2012. During his four-season stay in with them, Ibrahimović won a number of trophies including four consecutive Ligue 1 titles, and was the top scorer in Ligue 1 for three seasons. In October 2015, he became PSG’s all time leading goalscorer at the time. In 2016, he joined Manchester United on a free transfer and won the FA Community Shield, Football League Cup and UEFA Europa League in his first season. Ibrahimović joined American club LA Galaxy in 2018. Two years later, he rejoined Italian club A.C. Milan.
Ibrahimović is one of ten players to have made 100 or more appearances for the Swedish national team, over a 15-year international career. He is the country’s all-time leading goalscorer with 62 goals. He represented Sweden at the 2002 and 2006 FIFA World Cups, as well as the 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 UEFA European Championships. He has been awarded Guldbollen (the Golden Ball), given to the Swedish player of the year, a record 11 times, including 10 consecutive times from 2007 to 2016. Ibrahimović’s bicycle kick goal for Sweden against England won the 2013 FIFA Puskás Award.Ibrahimović was named in the FIFA FIFPro World XI in 2013 and the UEFA Team of the Year in 2007, 2009, 2013 and 2014. He finished at a peak of fourth for the FIFA Ballon d’Or in 2013. FourFourTwo magazine named him the third-greatest player never to win the UEFA Champions League. In December 2014, Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter ranked him the second-greatest Swedish sportsperson ever, after tennis player Björn Borg. Off the field, Ibrahimović is known for his brash persona and outspoken comments, in addition to referring to himself in the third person.

Ibrahimovic breaks Serie A win record as AC Milan resurgence …

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The San Siro outfit are unbeaten in the three games in which the 38-year-old striker has appeared since re-joining the club at the start of January.

An Ante Rebic double and a goal from Theo Hernandez edged the Rossoneri past Udinese for a second straight league win.

Ibrahimovic breaks Serie A win record as AC Milan resurgence …

While Ibrahimovic was not among the goals, it was a special result for the former star, as he became the fastest player to reach 150 wins in the Italian top-flight since the three points for a win era began.

The former and hero needed just 222 games to claim his 150th victory, putting him well ahead of former midfielder Esteban Cambiasso, who needed eight more games to reach that number of wins. international Lorenzo Insigne was the third fastest, taking 232 games to get there with .

Ibrahimovic’s career in Italy began when he joined Juventus from in 2004 and went on to win two Serie A titles, though both were later revoked in the wake of the Calciopoli scandal.

After two years with Juve, he switched to their fierce rivals Inter and enjoyed a successful three years, winning three league crowns and a Supercoppa Italiana.

An ill-fated move to followed in 2009 and he lasted just one year in Pep Guardiola’s squad before he was loaned and then sold to AC Milan, where he went on to claim another Scudetto.

Back for a second spell at the club after spending time at , and , Ibrahimovic has helped Stefano Pioli’s men climb up to seventh in Serie A. They are just two points behind , who occupy the last spot.