Paris Saint-Germain secured a comfortable 5-0 win over Malmo on Wednesday night, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring with this effort to help seal the victory.
The Swedish international began his career at Malmo in 1999, with his form in his homeland earning him a move to Ajax which began a 15-year trophy-laden run as he continues to establish himself as one of the top players in Europe.
While the 34-year-old undoubtedly holds great affection for his former club, it was business as usual for him as he helped his side continue to coast towards making the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Ibrahimovic’s goal followed up efforts from Adrien Rabiot and Angel Di Maria, with Lucas Moura getting on the scoresheet before Di Maria added his second of the night, with PSG moving to 10 points after five games. However, with Real Madrid defeating Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday too, the Spanish giants remain top of Group A with just one game remaining.
It remains to be seen how far Ibrahimovic can inspire the Ligue 1 champions this year ahead of his contract expiring next summer, but he will undoubtedly hold on to the memory of scoring against Malmo while he will have the hopes and dreams of his compatriots on his shoulders at Euro 2016.