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Forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic Breaks LA Galaxy Single-Season Scoring Record

September 16, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - LA Galaxy News Release

LOS ANGELES - With three goals scored during the club's 7-2 win over Sporting Kansas City, LA Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has now scored 26 goals during the 2019 MLS Regular Season, setting a new club record for goals in a season. Carlos Ruiz previously held the record with 24 goals during the 2002 season.

In all, Ibrahimovic has made 25 starts this season, scoring 26 goals and adding four assists. Since joining the club last season, the Swedish forward has made 51 appearances while recording 48 goals and 14 assists, including 15 game-winning goals and two game-winning assists.

The Galaxy have four games remaining in the 2019 MLS Regular Season following tonight's match vs. Sporting Kansas City.

LA GALAXY SINGLE-SEASON SCORING RECORDS

26 - Zlatan Ibrahimovic (2019)

24 - Carlos Ruiz (2002)

22 - Zlatan Ibrahimovic (2018)

21 - Eduardo Hurtado (1996)

20 - Landon Donovan (2008)

19 - Robbie Keane (2014)

The LA Galaxy will next return to Dignity Health Sports Park for a contest on Sunday, Sept. 15 against Sporting Kansas City (7 p.m. PT; FS1, FOX Deportes).

LA Galaxy Season Ticket Memberships for the 2020 Major League Soccer season are now available. Season Ticket Members and Galaxy fans can go to lagalaxy.com/since96 to secure their 2020 LA Galaxy Season Ticket Memberships. In addition to visiting lagalaxy.com/since96, fans can secure 2020 Season Ticket Memberships at Dignity Health Sports Park by visiting Galaxy HQ by section 103 at any LA Galaxy home game. Fans can also call 1.877.3GALAXY (342.5299) and press 2 when prompted to purchase memberships.


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