Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored both his 500th and 501st goal to help AC Milan to a 2-0 lead over Crotone in the Serie A.
The Swede, who turns 40 in October, swept a shot into the top corner before tapping in a second after the break to reach a landmark that has been achieved over 22 years and with nine different clubs.
Ibrahimovic’s scored his first goal for Malmo in 1999 and he netted 18 times for the Swedish club before spells at Ajax (48 goals), Juventus (26), Inter Milan (66), Barcelona (22), AC Milan (56), Paris St Germain (156), Manchester United (29), LA Galaxy (53) and his second spell with Milan (27).
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He has racked up 16 goals in 17 games in all competitions for the Italian club this season to spearhead their bid for a first league title in 10 years.
"It means I've scored some goals in my career," he said when asked about the landmark by Sky Italia.
"But the important thing is to continue helping the team in the best way. My job is to score goals and create goalscoring situations."
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