We were reminded of this in small hours of Sunday morning as the former Swedish worldwide brought up his 500th career goal in spectacular fashion during LA Galaxy's game with Toronto.
The Swedish star whipped in the goal with a roundhouse kick on a volley off of a looping pass from Jonathan dos Santos in the 43rd minute to reach the milestone.
Ibrahimovic, speaking after the game, believes the goal was similar to one he managed at Ajax.
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Ibrahimovic's goal not only took his career goals tally to 500, it also inspired his side to take the match to level terms with a 3-3 scoreline in the middle of the second half.
The former Manchester United striker became the third current active player, only after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, to score 500 career goals.
Ibrahimovic joined the Galaxy in March on transfer from English Premier League's Manchester United. The goal cut Toronto's lead to 3-1 at BMO Field.
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The 36-year-old also has 62 goals for Sweden.
"I'm happy for Toronto because they'll be remembered as my 500th victim", Ibrahimovic told TSN after the game.
After starting his career at Malmo (18) in Sweden, Ibrahimovic has gone on to score goals for Dutch giants Ajax (48), Juventus (26), Inter (66), Barcelona (22), AC Milan (56), Paris Saint-Germain and United (29).
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