Zlatan Ibrahimovic, after scoring against Inter - Nicolò Campo / Sipa USA / SIPA
Zlatan, you talk to him about anything you want, but you don't talk to him about age. It is certainly not quarantine on the horizon that will prevent the Swedish striker from continuing to score goals against Inter's rival in Serie A. At 38 years and 129 days, the former Parisian became Sunday the oldest player to score in a Milan derby. We'll have to go get it, this record.
38 - Zlatan #Ibrahimovic (38 years, 129 days) is the oldest ever goalscorer in a Milan derby in the Serie A history. Eternal. # InterMilan pic.twitter.com/1RGnhFwQKy- OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) February 9, 2020
Unfortunately for Z, and despite a two-goal lead at the break, Inter ended up reversing the game and winning 4-2. "It's hard to explain," he reacted to Sky Italia. The first half was almost perfect unlike the second. Until the break, we respected Pioli's tactical instructions. Then we conceded a first goal and we lost confidence. When you lose it's always difficult, especially in a derby like this. Almost too lucid and modest. Give us back our arrogant Ibra.
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- Zlatan Ibrahimovic
- Milan AC
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- Inter Milan