Ibrahimovic Becomes Sweden’s Leading Goal Scorer

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PSG forward, Zlatan Ibrahimovic made history when Sweden went up against Estonia in a friendly match.

The Big striker equaled the record of 49 goals before promptly dispatching goal number fifty. The big swede has been fantastic for his country and has scored some important goals for his country over the years. At 32, his playing days are slowly coming to an end but they are doing so in style. The PSG man uncharacteristically thanked the fans after the 50th strike as he took off his shirt at the risk of a yellow card to display a shirt that translated to “I couldn’t have done it without you”.


It took the forward 99 matches to reach the 50 goal mark for Sweden. That translates to about 0.5 goals per match.

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