Paris Saint-Germain forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored in his final game with the club, giving his squad a 1–0 lead over Nantes in the 17th minute.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice in his final game with the club, helping the Ligue 1 champions to a 4–0 win over Nantes and setting a new team single-season goal record.
Ibrahimovic started the first goal with a pass up the right side of the box to Angel Di Maria, who then crossed the ball back to the Swedish star. Ibrahimovic finished off the play, knocking the ball into the net off his chest.
That was goal his 37th of the Ligue 1 season, tying him with Carlos Bianchi for most in a league season for PSG.
Before he scored the goal, Ibrahimovic got a standing ovation from the home crowd in the 10th minute.
Ibrahimovic scored again in the 89th minute to put PSG up 4–0 and give him the outright record for goals scored in a season by a PSG player.
After his second goal, Ibrahimovic subbed out and was helped off the field by his kids, who wore his jersey with the names “King” and “Legend” on the back.
All attention now turns to where he will end up playing next season, with rumors pointing to a possible move to the MLS.