Zlatan to beat his 28 goal record from Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is close to making his best season, by looking at goals made. On Sunday, he scored his 27th league goal in France. That means he is only one goal away from his record league season.

In the tenth minute Zlatan passed a ball to Javier Pastore right outside the penalty area. Nice goalkeeper David Ospina ran out to take the ball, but was completely deceived by Pastore.
Pastore then passed the ball to Jeremy Menez who was able to score 1-0 to PSG.

In the second half came Zlatan’s 27th league goal this season. Goalkeeper David Ospina was trying to fool Menez but got the ball too far from him. Ezequiel Lavezzi was fastest to the ball and Ospina had to make a foul against Lavezzi. The referee Tony Chapron gave PSG penalty and showed the goalkeeper the red card.


Joris Delle jumped in between Nice’s posts. Zlatan took care of the penalty and easily scored 2-0 at one of the goalkeepers poles, his 27th league goal this season. A few minutes before full time Zlatan got through Nice’s defense and passed Clement Chantome, who easily could score 3-0, his first goal of the season.

Zlatan is a goal away from touching his best season in terms of the number of league goals. Last year, he made 28 league goals for Milan. There remains five league games for PSG and Zlatan this season so he has a big chance to beat his current goal scoring record. PSG currently leads the league with nine points ahead of Marseille.

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