Zlatan Ibrahimovic continues to prove his doubters wrong at the ripe age of 39, as he produced another match-winning contribution on Sunday afternoon.
Yesterday’s match against Udinese was perhaps Milan’s worst performance as they struggled to find much rhythm against a Bianconeri side that – once they had equalised with a debatable penalty – seemed happy with a draw.
However, Ibrahimovic popped up inside the final 10 minutes to give the Rossoneri another huge three points and ultimately keep them top of the table.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday (via MilanNews), Zlatan’s numbers speak for themselves. Yesterday’s is the seventh goal he has scored in four starts in this league this season, and since returning to Milan he contributed to 23 goals in 22 league games (17 goals and 6 assists).
In addition, in the post-lockdown spell he is the player to have taken part in the most goals in Serie A (19 in total thanks to 14 goals and 5 assists).
Ibra has no intention of stopping, on the contrary he wants to take his Milan as high as possible.