GRAPHICS – Zlatan Ibrahimovic became the leading scorer in the history of PSG

He hoped to break the record last season, he probably put more than expected this year to overtake, but this time, there it is: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 34 and just over three seasons with Paris Saint-Germain, became the top scorer in the history of the club capital. Sunday night, he scored two goals on penalty kicks (41st, 44th) who ride his total to 110 goals in the Parisian colors. Three minutes do make history as the Swedish giant equalized and surpassed Pauleta, the former PSG striker.

Full Player if any, the man in ponytail scored with all parts of the body, almost. Even if it’s with the right foot he is most comfortable. Note that the Swede including registered two goals … the torso. It counts as a strike into the top corner …

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This performance, the player trained in Malmö was successful in just over three years, when the Portuguese had needed five seasons to set his record. But another player has a better ratio than Zlatan Carlos Bianchi. In two seasons and 80 matches, the Argentine center forward scored 71 goals (first season with 37 goals in 38 games of Championship), an impressive average of 0.89 goal per game. Better Ibrahimovic and 0.8. Third in this ranking, Edinson Cavani runs at an average 6 goals in 10 games.

These figures are of course to be qualified. For three years crushes Paris Ligue 1 and multiplies the spankings to his opponents, which was not the case for Pauleta time or another. For example, the champions of France have scored 84 goals in the 2013-2014 season, including 26 for Ibra. For comparison, the Paris not Pauleta did no better than 50 goals in 2003-2004

Ibrahimovic can now focus on other records to clear the shelves. The 16 goals scored George Weah to Paris in the European Cup (he currently has 15) and 85 goals in the first division with Dahleb Paris, club record in this competition. Since Sunday, “Ibracadabra” is at 79.

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