Zlatan Ibrahimovich proclaimed himself the 'God of Goals' after scoring for the 500th time in his professional career.
The veteran Swedish striker achieved the milestone with an outrageous roundhouse kick volley but it wasn't enough to prevent the Los Angeles Galaxy losing 5-3 at Toronto.
And Ibrahimovic took to Twitter afterwards to celebrate, posting a film poster style graphic that read 'Zlatan: God of Goals' along with the caption '500'.
ARE YOU SERIOUS? #Zlatan500 in the most Zlatan way possible. pic.twitter.com/CSvyF9vszv
— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) September 16, 2018
'Obviously it's not good to lose... but I'm happy for Toronto because they'll be remembered as my 500th victim,' said the 36-year-old on TSN.
Ibrahimovic now has 17 goals in 22 appearances for the Major League Soccer side, whom he joined from Manchester United earlier this year.
In addition, Ibrahimovic scored 18 goals for Malmo, 48 for Ajax, 26 for Juventus, 66 for Inter Milan, 22 for Barcelona, 56 for AC Milan, 156 for Paris Saint-Germain, 29 for United and 62 for Sweden in a glittering career.
In reaching 500 career goals, Ibrahimovic joins Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the only active players to have reached that figure in club and international play.
Zlatan's 500 goals
47 games, 18 goals
110 games, 48 goals
92 games, 26 goals
INTER MILAN 2006-2009
117 games, 66 goals
46 games, 22 goals
AC MILAN 2010-2012
85 games, 56 goals
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN 2012-2016
180 games, 156 goals
MANCHESTER UNITED 2016-2018
53 games, 29 goals
LA GALAXY 2018-
22 games, 17 goals
116 games, 62 goals
His spectacular goal came with the Galaxy three goals down after first-half strikes by Toronto's Victor Vazquez Solsona, Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco.
It inspired a comeback by the visitors, with Ibrahimovic's intervention followed by Ola Kamara and Rolf Feltscher goals.
However, Toronto rallied, with late goals by Jonathan Osorio and Jay Chapman settling the eight-goal thriller in their favour.
The Galaxy remain eighth in the MLS Western Conference standings.