And on Sunday, Zlatan Ibrahimović netted the opening goal in AC Milan’s Serie A clash with Crotone.
Which means the enigmatic Swede has now scored an incredible 500 club goals in his career.
He’s done it in Serie A, the Premier League, LaLiga, Ligue 1, MLS, Eredivisie and in his homeland.
He’s 39-years-old and he’s still going strong. He might even be getting better.
With his goal today, Zlatan, at 39, joins Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as the third active player to reach 500 club goals. Ibra achieved it by scoring in 4 different decades.
In pure Ibra style, speaking of his impressive goal tally, the Swedish striker said: “The 500th goal? It means that I have scored some in my career, but the important thing is to continue and help the team in the best possible way. This is my job, scoring goals.”
Zlatan is the oldest player (35 years and 125 days) to score 15 Premier League goals in a season.
He is also the only player to have won 11 championships in four leagues.
Zlatan holds the record for most MLS regular-season goals in a campaign (30) for LA Galaxy.
He has the record for fastest hat-trick in Ligue 1 for PSG (9 minutes).