twice to become his country's all-time top scorer
and he has stressed that he had to fight hard to
get where he is now
Sep 5, 2014 09:15:31
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has
admitted that it means a lot
to him to have become
Sweden's all-time top scorer
following his double in the
2-0 win over Estonia on
The experienced attacker took his tally for the
national team to 50 goals in 99 appearances,
dethroning previous record holder Sven Rydell, and
he was delighted to have added his name to the
"Breaking the record means a lot to me," the Paris
Saint-Germain striker told reporters. "It's very
important to me, to my family and to the people
"I have always had to fight hard to achieve my goals
and I never gave up.
"My name now tops Sweden's all-time top scorer list
and that really is a great feeling."
The 32-year-old removed his jersey in celebration to
reveal a shirt underneath with the words '50 goals'
and 'it's you who made this possible' written across
it, before receiving a yellow card from the referee.