Zlatan Ibrahimovic is no stranger to scoring spectacular goal throughout his excellent footballing career and marking his 500th career goal, the former Sweden international has no other way of doing it aside from grabbing another sensational one.

Ibrahimovic scored his milestone effort during his club, LA Galaxy’s latest MLS fixture against Toronto FC, just before half time break with a remarkable effort as he somewhat kung-fu kicked a long pass straight into his opponent’s goal.

The former Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United star didn’t even control the pass as he immediately directed it towards goal without any fuss and completely stunned everyone seeing it.

That goal received plenty affection from the crowd, even Toronto supporters, who appreciated the veteran forward’s sublime effort, which not many players even in current world football can pull off.

Unfortunately for Ibrahimovic, that goal didn’t really mean much for the match as his side eventually ended losing 5-3 to their Canada based opposition.

Nevertheless, it was still a special achievement as scoring 500 career goals is not an easy achievement for any strikers, especially for someone who before coming to Major League Soccer picked up a serious injury.

Although the level of Major League Soccer in the USA are still below top European competition, it’s still a challenge for a 36-year-old player to rise up and showcasing his qualities.