Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned this winter to return to his former club AC Milan.
on Sunday it was he and the team as the face of long-time rival and another of svenskerens former employers - Inter.
The blue-black one won the fight eventually, but along the way scored Ibrahimovic. At the age of 38 years and 129 days, was the experienced striker so the oldest goalscorer ever in a Milan derby.
This writes the Italian on the page OptaPaolo on Twitter.
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) December 9, 2020
so Sunday was a another AC Milan-swedes - Nils Liedholm - on the record, as he returned in 1960, and scored in a battle of the two clubs from at the ripe age of 38 years and 43 days.
Before the swede scored in first half stoppage time, he had already put up for Ante Rebic' 1-0-scoring, but just a little, it helped indeed.
the Match ended 4-2 to Inter, after AC Milan were in front 2-0 at the break.
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