AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Sunday scored the 500th club goal of his illustrious career as the Rossoneri thrashed Serie A bottom club Crotone 4-0 to regain top spot on the league table.
The 39-year-old former Sweden international scored on the 30th minute mark after combining brilliantly with Rafael Leao at the San Siro.
The goal was also Ibrahimovic’s 82nd for the club in his two spells at the Guiseppe Meaza.
The striker, who made his professional debut in 1999 for Swedish club Malmo, needed 825 games to reach the 500-goal landmark.
Ibrahimovic has now scored 396 league goals, 57 goals in European competitions and 48 goals in cup games.
The towering striker has featured for Ajax Amsterdam, Barcelona, PSG, Los Angeles Galaxy, and Serie A giants Juventus, Inter Milan, and AC Milan.