Earlier this month Zlatan Ibrahimović became Paris Saint-Germain's record goalscorer. UEFA.com looks back on the night he scored four, including a beauty from range.
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Zlatan Ibrahimović became Paris Saint-Germain's record goalscorer earlier this month, passing Pauleta's mark of 109. Four of those strikes came in one game back in October 2013, and we look back on that one-man show at Anderlecht which included a superlative long-range effort.
"It was amazing," Ibrahimović said of the night Paris registered their biggest-ever European away win, 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League group stage. "It was a special feeling, because we were a little bit tense before the match, as always in the Champions League. I scored the first, then came the second. Then came the third."
And what a third. Anderlecht's Cheikhou Kouyaté looked to have cleared the immediate danger with a header that landed 25 metres from goal but Ibrahimović was on it in a flash, powering in a first-time drive that drew gasps and an ovation from all sections of the Brussels ground. The No10 graciously returned the applause.
"Suddenly the supporters stood up and they were applauding. I didn't know how to react, because when you play away normally you hear whistles against you. But after my third goal the whole stadium stood up and was clapping, so I was a little taken aback. It was a special feeling."
Hear more from Ibrahimović and watch his exploits in the video above. Then recall another time a visiting player was given a standing ovation by the home crowd below ...