Zlatan Ibrahimovic sets new Serie A record as an AC Milan striker

is now the oldest man ever to score 10 or more in the Italian top flight, breaking a mark set by Silvio Piola more than 60 years ago

The records just keep on tumbling for , who reached double figures for the  season with his latest strike for  on Saturday. 

The ex-Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Inter and  ace went into the final match of the 2019-20 campaign in vintage form, having scored seven in nine games since the Italian top flight resumed in June following the coronavirus pandemic. 

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In the process Ibrahimovic passed 50 league goals for Milan with his double against Sampdoria in July, making him the only man to reach a half-century for both the Rossoneri and Inter. 

The veteran has had a huge impact on Milan since arriving in the new year, leading the club from mid-table to the Europa League

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His future, however, remains uncertain, with his short-term deal due to expire after the Cagliari clash.

“I hope that tomorrow will not be Ibrahimovic’s last game for Milan,” coach Stefano Pioli told reporters when questioned over Ibrahimovic prior to the clash. 

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As for the player himself, he is in no doubt that he can continue to shine, be it at Milan or elsewhere. 

“I’m like Benjamin Button,” he told Milan TV, before adding: “I’ve always been young, never old.”

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