Top Goals Scored By Zlatan Ibrahimović

Zlatan Ibrahimović is viewed as one of the top goal scorers in the game of football. This Swedish born football player is the part of the Spanish La Liga club, Barcelona and the Swedish National team. Looked as one of the world’s best scorer, Ibrahimović had earned himself a name, Inter Milan and won several awards at many places. He is known for his aerial ability, strength, and sizzling personality. He compared himself with Marco Van Basten, a Dutch legend for his playing style. This is his basic foundation in the game.

On May 31, 2009, Ibrahimović won the Capocannoniere with 25 goals during the period. This made him hold the record of highest salaried sports person with the transfer fee of total €69 million.

Ibrahimović started his career, signing the contract with Malmö FF, a home town club in 1996. In the beginning, with the help of Co Adriaanse in 2001 got introduced to a new coach Ronald Koeman who made him line up with Ajax, Eredivisie title winner for the year 2001 and 2002. In 2002, he won Ajax and scored twice in the 2-1 over Olympique Lyonnais, the French champs.

Ibrahimović reached the top-level scores slowly and steadily, gaining every time and every year, beating all the top scorers gently. He made Ajax fall to AC Milan in the quarter final and scored an overall four champions league goals. Finally, in the last season with Ajax, Ibrahimović’s score rose when he reached a breath-taking goal in opposition to the NAC Breda in 2004. He earned 13 goals in the Eredivisie and this eventually designated him to be the “Goal of the Year” by the Eurosport viewers.

After a competitive sport in Amsterdam, he picked up a controversy and was accused for harming Ajax team member Rafael van der Vaart. Van der Vaart, a darling to the Dutch and Sweden lasted just three seasons in the 2004 -05 match scoring only three goals. He was then sold to Juventus.

Changed to Internazionale for £16.7 m, Ibrahimović signed a contract for four years in 2006 and the completed the 2006-07 seasons, scoring the best of 15 goals. He won the title and was included in the UEFA’s team of the year by the end of the year 2007.

The next match, made Inter earn the title again and this time, it was Ibrahimovic who brought success to his team. The top scorer earned 12 goals in 22 starts, which made him prominent as one of the Europe’s young hottest strikers. Inter’s boss José Mourinho claimed him to be the “best player in the world” which is of course quite a good remark.

With full commitment and strong will power, Zlatan Ibrahimović earned good name and reached the top place by scoring the highest goals in the game of football. This is the ability and talent that made him prove to be the best and top scorers in the world today. No wonder he tops!

This player has reached the top because he has a great game and his goals always stand out. While in some matches he has scored many goals and in some he has scored the match deciders. Watching his goals is always a treat and the way he celebrates after the goal is equally awesome. Fans often call him magic and when this player removes his shirt to celebrate a goal or a win, the crowd in the stands just goes wild. His hair style and band has become a craze among his fans.

Some of the goals scored by him are so unique and eye catching that not just fans, even other big football players like to watch his goals again and again.