AC Milan's Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the oldest Serie A goal, but his team lost 3-1 to Udinese. After Marco Silvestri, the home team's goalkeeper, had stopped his first attempt, Ibrahimovic, 41, converted a second chance penalty at the end of the first half.
After suffering a serious injury to his knee, the Swedish player scored his first goal. Roberto Pereyra's low effort, Beto's goal in the first half's extra time, and Kingsley Ehizibue's third goal after 70 minutes all contributed to Udinese scoring.
Ibrahimovic had a chance to set a new record after Jaka Bijol was found to have handled the ball during a video assistance referee examination. Ibrahimovic's most memorable punishment endeavor was saved, yet it was retaken as the hosts infringed, and he impacted in his additional opportunity. The striker, who is now 41 years old and 166 days old, broke Alessandro Costacurta's previous record of 41 years, 25 days for the oldest player to score a league goal.