List of international goals scored by Zlatan Ibrahimović

Zlatan Ibrahimović is a Swedish professional soccer player who represented Sweden at international level, between 2001 and 2016. As well as Sweden he was eligible to represent Bosnia and Herzegovina , or Croatia . [1] He made his debut for Sweden in a 0-0 draw against the Faroe Islands on 31 January 2001. [2] He scored his first international goal later that year against Azerbaijan . Previously He Appeared seven times for the Sweden U-21 side and Scored six goals, qui are not regarded as official ones for Sweden. During his international career for Sweden, he scored 62 goals in 116 international appearances, Making him Sweden’s all-time top scorer , overpassing Sven Rydell’s record with two goals against Estonia at the Friends Arena during a friendly . [3] On 21 June 2016, Ibrahimović announced his retirement from international football after UEFA Euro 2016 , and his last match for Sweden against the following day. [4] Ibrahimović has his last match for UEFA EURO 2016 , and his last match for Sweden against Belgium the following day. [4] Ibrahimović has his last match for UEFA EURO 2016 , and his last match for Sweden against Belgium the following day. [4]

Ibrahimović scored his first hat-trick on 4 September 2004, where he scored four goals against Malta , they are also the team he scored the most goals against (6). Ibrahimović has scored four international hat-tricks; in addition to the one contre Malta, he Scored three goals in a game contre Finland During the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying competition, four in a friendly contre England , and three in a friendly contre Norway . More than half of Ibrahimović’s goals at home, having scored 20 at the Friends Arena, 11 at the Råsunda Stadium , five at Ullevi , Two at the Swedbank Stadium and one at Gamla Ullevi . [5]

The majority of Ibrahimović’s goals are in qualifying matches. He has scored 19 in European Championship qualifiers, including 11 in the 2016 qualifying round , where he finished the second top scorer, two behind Poland ‘s Robert Lewandowski . [6] Ibrahimović has also scored 19 times in the World Cup qualifiers. He has never scored a goal in the World Cup finals but has scored six in European Championship finals. The remainder of Ibrahimović’s goals, 18, have come in friendlies.

International goals

Scores and results list Sweden’s goal tally first. [5]
List of international goals scored by Zlatan Ibrahimović
No. cape Dated arrival opponent Score result Competition Ref
1
4
7 October 2001 Råsunda Stadium , Solna , Sweden  azerbaijan
3-0
3-0
2002 FIFA World Cup qualifiers [1]
2
13
21 August 2002 Lokomotiv Stadium , Moscow , Russia  russia
1-1
1-1
Friendly [2]
3
15
12 October 2002 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  hungary
1-1
1-1
UEFA Euro 2004 qualifiers [3]
4
16
30 April 2003  croatia
1-1
1-2
Friendly [4]
5
17
6 September 2003 Ullevi , Gothenburg , Sweden  San Marino
3-0
5-0
UEFA Euro 2004 qualifiers [5]
6
5-0
7
20
31 March 2004  England
1-0
1-0
Friendly [6]
8
24
14 June 2004 Estádio José Alvalade , Lisbon , Portugal  bulgaria
4-0
5-0
UEFA Euro 2004 [7]
9
25
18 June 2004 Estádio do Dragão , Porto , Portugal  italy
1-1
1-1
[8]
10
28
18 August 2004 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  Netherlands
2-2
2-2
Friendly [9]
11
29
4 September 2004 Ta ‘Qali National Stadium , Ta’ Qali , Malta  malta
1-0
7-0
2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers [10]
12
2-0
13
3-0
14
5-0
15
33
4 June 2005 Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden  malta
4-0
6-0
[11]
16
34
3 September 2005 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  bulgaria
3-0
3-0
[12]
17
35
7 September 2005 Ferenc Puskás Stadium , Budapest , Hungary  hungary
1-0
1-0
[13]
18
36
12 October 2005 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  iceland
1-1
3-1
[14]
19
51
10 June 2008 Wals-Siezenheim Stadium , Salzburg , Austria  greece
1-0
2-0
UEFA Euro 2008 [15]
20
52
14 June 2008 Tivoli-Neu , Innsbruck , Austria  spain
1-1
1-2
[16]
21
58
10 June 2009 Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden  malta
3-0
4-0
2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers [17]
22
59
5 September 2009 Ferenc Puskás Stadium, Budapest, Hungary  hungary
2-1
2-1
[18]
23
63
11 August 2010 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  Scotland
1-0
3-0
Friendly [19]
24
65
7 September 2010 Swedbank Stadion , Malmö , Sweden  San Marino
1-0
6-0
UEFA Euro 2012 qualifiers [20]
25
5-0
26
69
7 June 2011 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  finland
2-0
5-0
[21]
27
3-0
28
4-0
29
75
29 February 2012 Stadion Maksimir , Zagreb , Croatia  croatia
1-0
3-1
Friendly [22]
30
76
30 May 2012 Gamla Ullevi , Gothenburg, Sweden  iceland
1-0
3-2
[23]
31
77
5 June 2012 Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden  serbia
2-1
2-1
[24]
32
78
11 June 2012 Olympic Stadium , Kiev , Ukraine  Ukraine
1-0
1-2
FIFA World Cup [25]
33
80
19 June 2012  la France
1-0
2-0
[26]
34
83
12 October 2012 Tórsvøllur , Tórshavn , Faroe Islands  Faroe Islands
2-1
2-1
2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers [27]
35
84
16 October 2012 Olympiastadion , Berlin , Germany  germany
1-4
4-4
[28]
36
85
14 November 2012 Friends Arena , Solna, Sweden  England
1-0
4-2
Friendly [29]
37
2-2
38
3-2
39
4-2
40
90
11 June 2013  Faroe Islands
1-0
2-0
2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers [30]
41
2-0
42
91
14 August 2013  norway
1-0
4-2
Friendly [31]
43
2-2
44
3-2
45
93
10 September 2013 Astana Arena , Astana , Kazakhstan  kazakhstan
1-0
1-0
2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers [32]
46
94
11 October 2013 Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden  austria
2-1
2-1
[33]
47
96
19 November 2013  Portugal
1-1
2-3
[34]
48
2-1
49
99
4 September 2014  estonia
1-0
2-0
Friendly [35]
50
2-0
51
101
15 November 2014 Podgorica City Stadium , Podgorica , Montenegro  Montenegro
1-0
1-1
UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers [36]
52
102
27 March 2015 Zimbru Stadium , Chişinău , Moldova  moldova
1-0
2-0
[37]
53
2-0
54
103
31 March 2015 Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden  Iran
1-0
3-1
Friendly [38]
55
105
14 June 2015  Montenegro
2-0
3-1
UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers [39]
56
3-0
57
107
8 September 2015  austria
1-4
1-4
[40]
58
108
9 October 2015 Rheinpark Stadion , Vaduz , Liechtenstein  liechtenstein
2-0
2-0
[41]
59
109
12 October 2015 Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden  moldova
1-0
2-0
[42]
60
110
14 November 2015  denmark
2-0
2-1
UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying play-off [43]
61
111
17 November 2015 Telia Parken , Copenhagen , Denmark  denmark
1-0
2-2
[44]
62
2-0

Statistics

Zlatan Ibrahimović playing in the Euro 2012 match against England .
Goals by year
year Apps Goals
2001 5 1
2002 10 2
2003 4 3
2004 12 8
2005 5 4
2006 6 0
2007 7 0
2008 7 2
2009 6 2
2010 4 3
2011 8 3
2012 11 11
2013 11 9
2014 5 3
2015 10 11
2016 5 0
Total 116 62
Goals by competition
Competition Goals
FIFA World Cup qualifiers 19
UEFA European Championship qualifiers 19
Friendlies 18
UEFA European Championship finals 6
Total 62

References

General
  • Mamrud, Roberto. “Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Century of International Appearances” . RSSSF . Retrieved 13 January 2016 .
Specific

  1. Jump up^ Ferguson, WM. (6 June 2014). “Zlatan Ibrahimovic: ‘I’m Never Satisfied'” . The New York Times . Retrieved 13 January 2016 .
  2. Jump up^ “Zlatan Ibrahimovic breaks Sweden goalscoring record” . BBC Online . 4 September 2014 . Retrieved January 14, 2016 .
  3. Jump up^ Mackay, Hamish (4 September 2014). “Zlatan Ibrahimovic breaks all-time goal scoring record for Sweden after brace against Estonia” . Mail Online . Retrieved January 14, 2016 .
  4. Jump up^ “Ibrahimović to withdraw from international soccer after-Euro 2016” . ESPN FC . 21 June 2016.
  5. ^ Jump up to:a b “Soccer Player Zlatan Ibrahimović” . Eu-football.info . Retrieved 13 June 2016 .
  6. Jump up^ “European Championship Qualifying Top Scorers” . BBC Online . Retrieved January 14, 2016 .

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