Last night in San Siro Milan defeated Juventus 4:2 with a reversal in Serie A’s 31st round after the visitors led 2:0 in the 53rd minute with goals from Adrien Rabiot and Cristiano Ronaldo.
A reversal followed from the 62nd to the 67th, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Franck Kessié, and Rafael Leao scored and Ante Rebic confirmed the Rossoneri’s great victory at San Siro in the 80th.
After the game, Ibrahimovic, who scored from the penalty spot in the 62nd minute and then helped Kessie equalize four minutes later, was the more imaginative in his comments.
“I’m old, it’s no secret! Age is just a number. I work well, I get a good balance in everything and I’ve played more today than in the last game. I feel good and honest, I’m trying to help the team in every way,” said the 38-year-old.
“I am the owner, the team, and the coach! The only bad thing is that I have a salary as a team. If I had been here since the season’s first day, we would have won the Scudetto,” the Swede joked.
It’s always suggested that he could leave at the end of the season due to quarrels with the management of the club, especially president Ivan Gazidis.
He said and finished: “We’ll see if I’m staying. I’ve got another month to enjoy myself, but a weird thing is happening and we’re not managing it. I don’t know if the fans last watched me live. It may also be, yeah … Read between It’s odd to play without an audience, if the San Siro was full, it would be fantastic tonight. I love Milan, I wanted to feel alive. I’m 38 years old and I don’t have the physical strength I had, but I’m pragmatic about it. I don’t want to do the same stuff I was 20 years ago. If I don’t make a difference, I don’t feel like it. I’m not here to be a mascot, I’m here to help my teammates, the club and the fans.”
Milan is currently in fifth place and will play in the next round against Napoli. Juventus is host to Atalanta.