The 39 year old Swedish striker, gave 2 early goals for Ac Milan against Inter milan to secure a win for the team.
The striker who just recently recovered from the COVID-19 infection, was awarded a penalty just 13 minutes into the game which he initially missed as the Inter milan's keeper Samir Handanovic saved the ball but had a rebound kick to put the ball in the net and give the team their initial lead.
He came back again three minutes after the first goal to score the second goal by receiving a cross from Rafael Leao.
Romelu Lukaku reduced the tally for Inter milan in the 29th minute, which was the first Serie A goal Milan have conceded this season.
Inter milan were awarded a penalty in the 75th minute but it was revoked for offside play, giving the game a 2-1 full time score in favour of Ac Milan.
Ac Milan have won all four games so far and are leading with 12 points, whereas Inter milan has 7 points after having their first defeat of the season.
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