Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Milan striker, made Italian league history from the widest net during a 1-3 match against his hosts Udinese on Saturday’s Calcio matchday 27.
Ibrahimović equalized with Milan in the last minute of the first half from a penalty spot.
And the statistical network Opta said that Ibrahimovic became the oldest player to score a goal in the Italian football league in history, at the age of 41 years and 166 days.
She added that Zlatan outnumbered former international defender Alessandro Costacurta, who held the record at 41 days and 25 days.
The network indicates that the “Emperor of Rome” Francesco Totti is the fifth oldest player recorded in Calcio, at the age of 39 years and 364 days.
The Udinese team spoiled the joy of Sultan Ibre, beating the Rossoneri with a score of three: one.
The Milan team suffered a second defeat in their last three matches, punctuated by draws, and their scoring stopped at 48 points, and they are fourth in the league table, with a difference of just one point against Roma, before facing their arch-neighbor Lazio in the “derby” of the capital of Rome, on Sunday evening at the Olympic Stadium.
And the Udinese team won a third victory in a row, raised their score to 38 points and came out in eighth place in the standings, waiting for the results of the rest of the matches of this round.