MLS

The new fantasy of Zlatan: He assists himself and scores

LA Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic kicks the ball into the goal during the second half of an MLS soccer match against the New York Red Bulls,

Chris Carlson

AP

The Swedish striker of LA Galaxy won't stop surprising the football world, at 37 years old he made a fantasy move at the team practice that just a few could match.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has done practically everything in soccer: from acrobatic goals and controversial statements to scoring a goal without seeing. However, this time it was overcome with a play from a whole new level.

LA Galaxy showed off through its social media networks the latest "madness" of its star striker, who during the team practice had the ability to self-assist himself and score a goal in the same play.

How he did it? He advanced the ball with touch and took the first opponent. Then another defender tried to remove the ball from him, while the goalkeeper tried to close him the angle. But Ibra anticipated it and he sent the ball to the back of the net. Here's Zlatan's play!

With the arrival of Guillermo Barros Schelotto to the bench of Los Angeles Galaxy, the team has seen the addition of new elements, although everything suggests the former striker of Manchester United, who last season played 27 games and left a record of 22 goals and seven assists, will remain the referent of the team in the attacking zone.

Also in recent days, Zlatan Ibrahimovic stressed that in all the teams where he has been, he has won titles, so his goal would be to raise a cup this 2019.