“I’m still god.
” Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan), the ‘indomitable icon’, returned with ‘unbreakable heart’.
Ibrahimovic has not been on the field for 9 months due to a knee injury since the match against Sassuolo on May 22 last year.
Ibrahimovic, who was named in the squad against Turin at 4:45 a.m. on the 11th at AC Milan’s home, showed unwavering and unique confidence in an interview with Sport Mediaset on the 9th (Korean time). “I’m still God. I’m still Number 1. Now that I’m back, the music will change,” he said.
AC Milan is not in a good mood lately. It has fallen into a swamp of four consecutive losses, including three consecutive league losses, including a draw in the last seven games, Lazio, Sassuolo, and Inter Milan. It remains in 6th place (38 points), 18 points behind Napoli, which is first in the league.
“I have a lot of ambition. I have a lot of things I want to do. I want to do all the things I’ve lost in the last few months,” Ibrahimovic said.
On the 15th, he was also not listed on the European Champions League squad list against Tottenham, which will be held at home, but Ibrahimovic is challenging another record this season. First, if he, born in 1981 and 42 years old, scores a goal, he can break the record for the oldest goal ever in Serie A, held by Alessandro Costacurta, the ‘Milan legend’. Born in 1966, Costacurta retired shortly after lifting the Big Ear in 2007 at the age of 41. He may also break into the top 20 all-time goalscorer in Italian football. Ibrahimovic has scored a total of 155 goals for Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan. He is likely to surpass Filippo Inzaghi’s record of 157 goals. 스포츠토토