The Swedish striker was on target in the 2-0 away win over Cagliari, a result which helped the Serie A champions move to top spot until Wednesday at least
The Swedish star was on target in the Italian champions’ 2-0 away victory over Cagliari in Serie A on Tuesday that saw them gain temporary leadership of the league.
The Rossoneri moved to 34 points from 16 matches, one ahead of Juventus who play Udinese in Udine on Wednesday, but Ibrahimovic is confident that they will overtake the Turin giants eventually.
“We’ll see what happens tomorrow but we played our part," the 30-year-old told the club's official website.
"Now we have a break and when we get back we’ll do what we’ve done up until now.
“We have to concentrate on ourselves, if we do what we know we can, we’ll go far. We’re the stronger team and if we don’t slip up, the sky’s the limit.”
Milan are back in Serie A action on January 8 when they travel to Bergamo to take on Atalanta.
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