Zlatan Ibrahimovic Scores Insane Overhead Kick Winner For AC Milan At 39-Years-Old
Zlatan Ibrahimovic sealed a dramatic late win for AC Milan vs Udinese by scoring a spectacular overheard kick.
Milan have started the season in fine form and knew victory today would extend their lead at the top of Serie A to four points.
But the game was drifting towards a draw and two points dropped before Ibrahimovic left his mark.
The 39-year-old forced a mistake from the defender and watched the ball loop into the air, before flinging himself in the air and firing past Juan Musso.
Magic from Zlatan Ibrahimović! :raised_hands:
Just when his team needed it, he came up with an acrobatic finish which will likely seal the win for Milan :fire: pic.twitter.com/oNPtU0KCdo
- Premier Sports :tv: (@PremierSportsTV) November 1, 2020
Fans have reacted to Ibrahimovic's heroics and they think he is the man to lead AC Milan back to glory.
Milan for the title with this lion he will lead them to glory!
- Daniel M (@danielmckinley) November 1, 2020
You've to hold your hands up when you're wrong. I thought AC Milan signing Zlatan was nothing more than the club covering up the cracks of how poor they were at the time. How wrong was I? Terrific finish to win the game. 1-2 Milan. https://t.co/WrCDJeuIg5
- 8th Place FC (@TheProfIsHere) November 1, 2020
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4 caps in Serie A.
Brace vs Bologna :soccer::soccer:
Brace vs Inter :soccer::soccer:
Brace vs Roma :soccer::soccer:
Goal + assist vs Udinese :soccer::soccer:
He's 39 years old.
He also had Covid in September.
AC Milan signed him for free 11 months ago. They're now leading the league.@Ibra_official
- Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) November 1, 2020
At 39 years old, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has now scored a brace vs Bologna, a brace vs Inter, a brace vs AS Roma, and today a goal + assist vs Udinese.
Topscorer of Serie A while leading the Serie A with AC Milan. pic.twitter.com/1JZOxKqt66
- :gem: (@TheEuropeanLad) November 1, 2020
Erling Haaland on Zlatan Ibrahimović:
:speaking_head:️ "It's crazy. 39-years old and he's so good. The man is not normal." pic.twitter.com/5MBrrriTGZ
- Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) November 1, 2020
Milan had taken the lead in the first half thanks to Franck Kessie, with Ibrahimovic providing the assist.
Rodrigo De Paul then brought the home side level in the second half thanks to a penalty.
But Stefano Pioli's side pulled it out the bag and continue their remarkable start to the season, remaining unbeaten in six.
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