Zlatan Ibrahimovic struck with a superolley already in the LA Galaxy debut.
Now the full hit has been voted as the year's goal in MLS.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic presented himself in the best way in Major League Soccer in the United States.
In his first match for the Los Angeles Galaxy in March, after the move from Manchester United, the Swede stood for two goals. The first of them was a true dream goal.
Just seven minutes into the debut he hit a volley of 35-40 meters, a goal that was widely celebrated throughout the world.
Now it has also been designated for this year's target in the United States. When the fans voted for their favorite, it was Swedish superolley as won, MLS writes on his website.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has also been released in the MLS team this year and has been appointed for the newcomer of the year.
On 27 matches this past season Ibrahimovic stood for 22 goals.
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