The superstar Swedish forward scored twice in his first MLS game to cap the Los Angeles Galaxy's comeback from three goals down to beat LAFC 4-3 on Saturday.
Ibrahimovic, 36, showed little signs of rustiness when he helped his team to come back from 3-0 behind, scoring the equaliser and winning goal for Galaxy on Saturday, reports Efe.
Striker "Los Angeles galaxy" in the match against "Los Angeles" came on as a substitute in the 71st minute when the score was 1:3.
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Second-half I think Alexis was one of the guys who paid the price of the worldwide week, playing two matches in three days". David De Gea preserved United's clean sheet with a couple of smart saves off substitute Tammy Abraham in the second half.
But, by the end of the game, Vela was a footnote, Ibrahimovic the headline even if Sebastian Lletget and Chris Pontius also scored for the Galaxy. The fans wanted Zlatan, I gave them the Zlatan.
In the 77th minute, Ibrahimovic lashed home a 40-metre volley to make it 3-3 at the StubHub Center. "I did the first sprint and I started to breath immediately, so when the second came I said 'this time I shoot, I don't run with the ball.' That's the ball that went in".
"You always feel a sense of pride when a Swede does well out in the wider world", Goitom said. I'm sure it will be a YouTube sensation, it was just fantastic'. "That's a goal that will go around the world".
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The Mexican struck again 21 minutes later from close range when Galaxy keeper David Bingham fell down and Vela hit the top of the crossbar before the ball landed over the line. "I was asking for sun cream after 10 minutes".
Ibrahimovic's victor was the final act of a thrilling first ever derby between the Galaxy and expansion side LAFC, who had surged into a 3-0 lead early in the second half after two goals from Carlos Vela and an own goal from Daniel Steres.
On the bench, Ibrahimovic bowed his head in his hands, and it got worse when Steres turned in an own goal early in the second half to put LAFC 3-0 ahead.
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