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The Serie A leaders beat Torino 2-0 at the San Siro, with Ibrahimovic a late substitute for goalscorer five minutes from time when he replaces goalscorer Rafael Leao.
The enigmatic Swede returned earlier than expected from a hamstring injury he suffered against Napoli back in November and though he didn't get on the scoresheet, he did become the talk of the town on social media.
That's because just before he was sent on, the 39-year-old was seen warming up in a way only he could.
As the cameras panned over to him, Ibrahimovic used a member of the Rossoneri's coaching staff in order to perform some ridiculous high-kick stretches over his head.
The flexibility on show from Ibrahimovic, a black belt in taekwondo, is just insane and it's truly remarkable he is still performing at such a high level despite his age and the fact he suffered a serious, career-threatening ACL injury in 2017.
Ibrahimovic has a knack for the acrobatic but just loves pushing the boundaries and defying laws of physics. Who can forget him controlling the ball above his head while playing for LA Galaxy in 2018?
He scored his 500th goal while playing in the MLS and did so with an outrageous karate-kick finish.
Doctors want to perform research on Ibrahimovic when he retires but with ten goals in seven Serie A appearances prior to his injury, don't expect him to be hanging up his boots anytime soon.
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