Zlatan Ibrahimovic's still got it.
After thrilling Major League Soccer with more than a few golazos among his 52 regular season goals in 56 games during two memorable seasons with the LA Galaxy, Ibrahimovic continues to amaze at the age of 39 in Serie A.
His latest goal, an 83rd-minute bicycle kick against Udinese helped lift AC Milan to a 2-1 road win. He also set up Franck Kessie's opening goal as AC Milan remained atop the Serie A table.
Zlatan scored an 83rd minute bicycle kick winner to keep AC Milan top of Serie A!— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) November 1, 2020
He'll be 40 next year 🍷 pic.twitter.com/hSMuthrCFt
And it's easy to see why Ibrahimovic, who has seven goals in four league appearances, including five in the last three matches after testing positive for COVID-19.
A two-time MLS Best XI selection, Ibrahimovic was 2018 MLS Newcomer of the Year and helped the Galaxy return to the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs in 2019, where they won their Round One game before falling in the Western Conference Semifinal round. He finished second in the MLS Golden Boot presented by Audi race two years in a row, and scored several unforgettable goals in his time in MLS, including the 2018 MLS Goal of the Year, scored on his debut with the Galaxy.