Zlatan Ibrahimovic and goals really do go hand in hand.
The Swedish striker is currently tearing up MLS with LA Galaxy at the age of 37, adding two to his tally last night in the city derby versus Los Angeles FC - which is aptly nicknamed 'El Trafico.'
He now has 22 goals in 22 league games this season, with seven of those strikes winning games for LA Galaxy.
However, his behaviour out in the US has been questionable at times.
Ibrahimovic constantly undermines the quality and setup of MLS and has criticised those comparing the league's top goal scorer, Carlos Vela, to him.
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And now, the Swede has started taking out his frustrations on his own teammates.
That's because late on in the 3-3 draw with LAFC, Ibrahimovic was spotted pushing a member of his side out of the wall before a free-kick.
Bit harsh, Zlatan.
He may be the team's talisman, but you can't just go around shoving your colleagues when you feel like it.
Maybe he's tired of his efforts going to waste? Especially with Galaxy now 20 points behind runaway leaders LAFC in the table.
The form of Carlos Vela - who scored the equaliser in El Trafico - is probably irritating him a bit as well, even though he is adamant that the Mexican striker should not be mentioned in the same breath as him.
LAFC's star man has 27 goals already this season, breaking the record for most goals and assists in a single MLS season.
Just take out your frustrations on the opposition's goal in the future, Zlatan.News Now - Sport News