Ac Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic while featuring against Crotone scored a brace with his first striking marking his 500th club goal in his illustrious career. He moved to 501 with his second goal of the game after the break, with a double from Croatian teammate Ante Rebic completing a 4 - 0 win over Crotone. The 39-year-old has scored for nine different teams he's featured for like Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Manchester United, Ac Milan, Inter Milan, Barcelona, L. A galaxy, Psg. With this tally, he is the 3rd player in the 21st century after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to reach 500 club career goals. Zlatan who is in his 24th season as a professional player having begun his career from 1999 shows no sign of slowing down yet. With his performances helping the Ac Milan top the Italian Serie A table and strong contenders for the league title. With their victory over Crotone on Sunday, Ac Milan is now two points ahead of close rival Inter Milan top of the league.
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