Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s watch never stops.
Sweden lost 0-3 to Belgium in the UEFA Euro 2024 qualifier held at Friends Arena on the 25th at 4:45 am (Korean time).
In this match, Zlatan Ibrahimovic came in as a substitute for Isak in the 28th minute of the second half. Ibrahimovic struggled to score, but unfortunately could not shake the Belgian net.
Still, Ibrahimovic set a new record in this game. It is the record for the oldest participation in the Euro qualifiers. At 41 years, 5 months and 21 days old, Ibrahimovic surpassed the record set by Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff in 1983 for being the oldest. At that time, Dino Zoff wrote an appearance record of 41 years, 3 months and 1 day.
Ibrahimovic also set the record for the oldest scorer in Italy’s Serie A just a few days ago. He shook the net with a penalty kick against Udinese and set a new record as the oldest scorer in Serie A history.
Ibrahimovic, aged 41 years and 166 days,바카라사이트 surpassed Alessandro Costacurta (41 years, 25 days) as the oldest scorer in Serie A history with this goal. Although it is a penalty kick, it is a great record.
Ibrahimovic is still showing good form in his team and national team. Attention is focusing on what kind of activity Ibrahimovic, who shows a cheeky figure with a unique reason, will continue in the future.