Milan will play tomorrow the most important match of the season, where they will face Liverpool at the “San Siro”, in the last match of Group B. One more motivation for Ibra with friends to end the trip to the Champions League with dignity. Beyond the match the Swede aims for another achievement.
At the age of 40, Ibrahimovic surprised everyone with his appearances on the green. He is continuing to break consecutive records. The match with Liverpool could put the striker in the history of the Champions.
If he scores against the English club, he will become the oldest player to score in this competition. The record is held by the legend of Rome, Francesco Totti. The Italian scored against CSK Moscow in 2014, when he was 38 years and 59 days old.
Ibra is known as a person who faces every challenge and the opportunity to qualify Milan with his goal, gives him one more impetus. Let’s see if he can do it this time.