Los Angeles Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovich scored Saturday night against Toronto FC, bringing his career goal total to 500 between caps with club and country.
The six-foot-five (1.95 metre) Ibrahimovic joined the 500 club by releasing a perfectly-timed roundhouse kick in the 45th minute that fooled Toronto goalkeeper Alex Bono.More news: Anita Hill responds to allegation against Kavanaugh
The striker now plies his trade in the USA after playing for an array of elite clubs in Europe such as Barcelona, AC Milan, PSG and Manchester United, chalking up goals that brought him a championship title in nearly every league he's played in.
During his glitering career, Ibrahimovic has also won 33 trophies, though adding to that tally with the Galaxy this season could prove tough as the club now sits eighth in the Western Conference and out of the MLS playoff places.More news: Matthew Perry has been hospitalized for 3 months
Ibrahimovic - Sweden's all-time leading scorer with 62 goals in 116 appearances - has enjoyed an illustrious career. It reminds me of a goal I did in Ajax. "I am happy for Toronto because they will be remembered as my 500th victim", said Ibrahimovic. "It came from a cross and I turned around and I hit it".
But Jonathan Osorio put put the home side back in front and Jay Chapman rounded out a 5-3 win for the defending MLS champion.More news: Trump declares disaster in 8 North Carolina counties
In his career, the 36-year-old has scored 156 goals for PSG, 66 goals for Inter Milan, 56 goals for AC Milan, 48 goals for Ajax, 29 goals for Manchester United, 26 goals for Juventus, 22 goals for Barcelona and 18 goals for Malmo.