Zlatan Ibrahimovic full of cigars and champagne after winning AC Milan title

Zlatan Ibrahimovic He entered San Siro with a cigar and champagne, described as ‘the most Zlatan moment’, and celebrated his 32nd trophy of his illustrious career.

The 40-year-old Swedish enigma, who continues to prove that age is just a number, helped AC Milan win their first Serie A title in 11 years, with eight goals and several wins.

Ibrahimovic, who scored 16 goals in 26 games last season, started only 12 games in the league this season, but his influence on and off the pitch in recent months has been enormous.

For example, earlier this year Milan defender Fikayo Tomori spoke out about Zlatan’s influence on the club.

“He has that aura in the dressing room and he’s encouraging everyone to hear his voice when he’s on the pitch and when he’s not playing,” he said.

“He is a true leader. He energizes everyone when he plays, he hasn’t played much this season but he’s already scored.”

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On Sunday night, the seasoned striker stretched his legs with a goal from Olivier Giroud, giving him 20 minutes to enjoy the game 3-0. [2] And Franck Kessie sealed the historic Scudetto.

Cool, sober and sober after the final whistle against Sassuolo, Ibrahimovic absorbed the atmosphere inside San Siro with an incomparable entrance.

With a cigar in hand, the former Manchester United and Barcelona forward stood in the middle of the field with champagne and arms raised high. A CBS commentator said, “I wish I was half cool.”

Ibrahimovic said the win over Milan was “the greatest satisfaction”.

“I said at the press conference when I came back that I was going to bring Milan back to normal,” he said.

“A lot of people were laughing and now we are here and we won the Scudetto. We have made a lot of sacrifices but nothing is impossible. We have suffered a lot this year. I will say for the next few days, but I want to enjoy this trophy.”

He also dedicated the trophy to former agent Mino Raiola, who died last month.

“I dedicate to Mino Raiola. I was close to Naples and he told me he was the only one who could save Milan. So I dedicate it to him.”


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