awards02 November 2020


A decisive goal and an assist: Zlatan voted as the Rossoneri's best performer

"I’ve run out of words to describe Zlatan." This was what Coach Stefano Pioli had to say to the microphones of Milan TV. With four league matches played and seven goals scored, Ibra is out on his own as the top scorer in Serie A. With the decisive goal in Udinese v AC Milan, Ibra scored for the sixth game in a row in the league. According to OPTA data, this is the third time that an AC Milan player has achieved this feat since the the three-points-for-a-win era (1994/95) began: Andriy Shevchenko (in 2001) and Zlatan Ibrahimović (his current goalscoring streak and the one from 2012) are the only players on the list.

Undoubtedly and inevitably, Zlatan is the MVP from Udinese v AC Milan. Not only for his magic in the second half, but for also providing Franck Kessie with an assist. Even on the most difficult of days, the Swedish forward always proves to be decisive. An icon and symbol, his experience constantly drives AC Milan forward. He received 86% of the vote share on our App, ensuring he finished ahead of Kessie and Kjær.

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