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The Rossoneri are on the cusp of their first Serie A title in 11 years and supporters want to play their part in getting over the line.
Stefano Pioli's side were greeted by hundreds of fans when they arrived at the San Siro on Sunday afternoon and it got too much for Ibrahimovic.
He approached the window and got into the spirit of it by repeatedly slamming his palm down on the glass.
The 40-year-old would end up leaving what looks like a huge crack mark and the bus driver himself pointed it out as Ibrahimovic returned to his seat.
You just can't teach hunger like that, can you? It's likely the Sweden international will have to fork out a fair bit to repair the damages, but it was clearly accidental.
Ibrahimovic was an unused substitute as Milan ran out 2-0 winners to put themselves within one point of glory.
Rafael Leao continued his fine form by putting the home side ahead just before the hour mark and Theo Hernandez sealed victory with something special.
This Theo Hernández fella is unreal! 😱— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 15, 2022
Runs through the entire Atalanta squad and slots home Milan's second.
Is that the goal that seals the title? 🏆 pic.twitter.com/z6MsbhrSsO
The left-back picked up the ball in his own half and drove through the centre of the pitch.
Realising what was going on, a number of Atalanta players attempted to slow Hernandez down but failed miserably.
He skipped past three in total before slotting past Juan Musso.
Milan are two points clear of Inter with one game remaining and know avoiding defeat to Sassuolo will crown them champions.
Ibrahimovic was part of the Milan side that last won Serie A and his voice in the dressing room remains as important as ever.
His future remains up in the air, but Pioli is hoping he sticks around for at least another year.
When asked if the Atalanta game would be his last at home Pioli replied: "No, I don’t think so. There are two games to go. Last at San Siro? I hope not, he’s a champion with a capital C. I’m not only referring to the technical aspect. I have esteem for him that is immeasurable. I hope it’s not the end, but Zlatan has the intelligence to decide his future."
Ibrahimovic has scored eight goals and provided three assists in 22 Serie A appearances this campaign.
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