Zlatan Ibrahimovic of AC Milan scored the oldest goal in Serie A history, but his team fell to Udinese 3-1. At the conclusion of the first half, Ibrahimovic, 41, converted a second-chance penalty after Marco Silvestri, the home goalie, had stopped his first attempt.
The Swedish player scored his first goal following a major knee injury. However, Udinese scored thanks to a low effort from Roberto Pereyra, a goal from Beto in stoppage time of the first half, and a third goal from Kingsley Ehizibue after 70 minutes.
After Jaka Bijol was found to have handled the ball after a video assistance referee examination, Ibrahimovic then had the opportunity to set another record. Ibrahimovic's first penalty attempt was saved, but it was retaken as the hosts encroached, and he blasted in his second chance. With that, the striker, who is now 41 years and 166 days old, broke Alessandro Costacurta's previous record for the oldest league goal scorer (41 years, 25 days).