Zlatan Ibrahimovic Signed A Kid's Face After Scoring His 500th Goal
Normally you get football players' autographs on a piece of paper, picture or even a shirt. But when one kid seemingly had nothing ready while in the presence of the one and only Zlatan Ibrahimovic, he asked the Swede to sign his head.
And of course, the charismatic 36-year old was happy to oblige - writing on the lad's forehead in permanent marker and prompting plenty of laughs from the crowd of people also desperate to meet the 36-year old star.
Adam Serrano, the 'LA Galaxy insider', shared footage of the crazy signing on Twitter and managed to get a snap of the kid and his new facial feature.
I just can't believe this happened. pic.twitter.com/shUc6sdodJ- Adam Serrano (@AdamSerrano) September 16, 2018
If one person was to sign someone's head it would have to be Zlatan, wouldn't it? The chap, who looks like he might be a Toronto fan, has a bit of a dilemma now though.
Does he prioritise cleanliness and hygiene and wash it off? Or does he never wash again and go about his day-to-day live with Zlatan's mark on his fod? It's a tough call. Maybe getting it tattooed on him is his best bet.
Galaxy went down 5-3 away to Toronto in a thrilling contest but the headlines were all about their star striker after he scored the most outrageous karate-style kick to notch his 500th career goal.
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From a free-kick, the former Barcelona and Manchester United striker spun away from his marker and reminded us why he's got a black belt in taekwondo with a roundhouse volley.
The exquisite strike put his name in the history books as only the third active player to score 500 career goals - after Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
Ibrahimovic received a standing ovation from the home supporters for his worldie but when asked about their appreciation, gave a typical Zlatan response.
"It's not the first time I've gotten a standing ovation from the away team," he replied to a reporter who asked what it meant to him.
Reporter: "That's the first time I've seen an away goal get a standing ovation. What does that mean to you?"@Ibra_official: "It's not the first time I've gotten a standing ovation from the away team." pic.twitter.com/ra4TNOqBQR- LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) September 16, 2018
He then buried Toronto by saying they'll always be referred to as his "500th victim".
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