The Swede reached this figure in the clash against Parma at San Siro. In addition, he is the top scorer of the Rossonero since his arrival in 2011.
The duel this Wednesday between Milan and Parma by date 33 of the A series, is not one more in the career of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. This is because the striker reached 100 matches between his two stages wearing the Rossonero shirt.
With his first stint in the Devil outfit, when he arrived in the 2011-12 season, and adding the present journey, the Swede accumulates a hundred matches, which he crowned with this match at San Siro.
Despite the years away from Calcio, the attacker retained his scoring quality in the red and black team. And it is that since his arrival at the club, he converted a total of 62 goals among all competitions, which kept him at the highest in the institution.
100 – Zlatan #Ibrahimovic played tonight his 100th match with #AC Milan: since his debut for the Rossoneri in 2010/11 he is the best AC Milan scorer in all competitions (62 goals). Commander.#MilanParma pic.twitter.com/5JcBrD7TSY
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