The 36-year-old striker has played for some of the biggest clubs in Europe through out his career, punctuating his time at the top level with a series of unbelievable goals.
Ibrahimovic's goal was greeted by a standing ovation from the opposition fans but the Swede dismissed the gesture as a run of the mill response to his customary brilliance.
The goal cut the deficit to 3-1 and sparked a three-goal Galaxy rally, but the defending MLS champions held on to win 5-3 in front of a crowd of 30,700 at BMO Field in Toronto. Since then, the former Swedish worldwide has scored 17 goals for the MLS side in 22 appearances.
Toronto's Jonathan Osorio scored with 15 minutes remaining before substitute Jay Chapman sealed the points in the fourth minute of stoppage time.
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Erik Lamela grabbed a late consolation for Spurs, who could not avoid a second straight Premier League defeat. We need to improve a lot. "We could have scored more and we controlled the game".
"I was close to the goal".
Over his illustrious club career, he also has scored for Paris Saint-Germain (156 goals), Inter Milan (66), AC Milan (56), Ajax (48), Manchester United (29), Juventus (26), Barcelona (22), and Malmo (18).
Only Barcelona star Messi and Juventus ace Ronaldo boast more goals among active players than the former Manchester United, PSG, Juventus and Ajax star, who joined up with the MLS side earlier in the season. I was just trying to hit the goal and it went in. "The guy is a great goal scorer and it is a memorable one for him for many reasons".