Zlatan Ibrahimovic Smashes Team Bus' Window AC Milan Close In on First Serie a Title in 11 Years

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Smashes Team Bus' Window AC Milan Close In on First Serie a Title in 11 Years

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic is already celebrating as AC Milan now have one hand on the Italian Serie A title
  • A 2-0 victory over Atalanta at the San Siro on Sunday means the Rossoneri need just one more point to win the title
  • While celebrating with the fans from the team bus, the Swede mistakenly smashed the coach window as he kept hitting it

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was said to have accidentally ripped apart the window of AC Milan’s team coach while players celebrate with supporters outside San Siro.

The Swede appeared charged following their 2-0 win over Atalanta which takes them just one step closer to the Serie A title.

SunSport reports via Milan News that Ibrahimovic and teammates were mobbed by fans as they approached San Siro on Sunday afternoon ahead of the game.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Serie A, Italy, Atalanta, AC MIlan
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is already celebrating as AC Milan closes in on the Serie A title. Photo: Francesco Scaccianoce
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Knowing that a win against Atalanta would take them closer to the title as they head into the final weekend when they take on Sassuolo.

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It was gathered that Ibra seemed to be carried away by the chants from the fans as he was hitting the window of the team bus as he was soaked up with the proceedings.

His strength was too for the window that he smashed it with his bare hands as the glass splattered all over the place.

There were no injuries reported following the incident and the whole drama even paid off on the pitch courtesy of goals from Rafa Leao and Theo Hernandez as they secured the maximum three points.

It was AC Milan’s fifth consecutive win as they are now unbeaten in the Italian topflight in their last 15 matches.

Coach of the side Stefano Pioli said via Joe:

“I had to say goodbye to the fans, it's a year that excites me. It's not over yet, we must be determined and calm.
"I am very satisfied, because we played against a strong team that created difficulties for us. We did well in the attacking phase and we found solutions.

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“We never lost our clarity and we always believed in it, so the victory is a well-deserved reward.”

Emmanuel Gyasi helping Udinese in their quest to survive relegation

Sports Brief earlier reported that Emmanuel Gyasi was among the scorers as Spezia secured a 3-2 comeback win over Udinese in Saturday’s Serie A encounter.

Gyasi put up an impressive display to help his side seal a vital away victory at the Dacia Arena.

The visitors needed two points in the remaining two rounds to guarantee Serie A safety.

Source: Sports Brief News