The 36-year-old Ibrahimovic as always had a flair for the dramatic and he did just that Saturday in becoming the third active footballer to reach the milestone, joining Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
"I am happy for Toronto because they will be remembered as my 500th victim," said Ibrahimovic.
Ibrahimovic came into Saturday's game tied for second in MLS scoring.
"I was close to the goal. It reminds me of a goal I did in Ajax," he said.
"It came from a cross and I turned around and I hit it. I was just trying to hit the goal and it went in."
Ibrahimovic scored 62 of his goals for Sweden with the rest coming while playing for Malmo FF, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and now the Galaxy.
Jonathan Osorio's 75th-minute go-ahead goal halted a three-goal Galaxy comeback and helped give Toronto some much needed points in their playoff push.
"The guy is a great goal scorer and it is a memorable one for him for many reasons."
Asked if it was memorable one for the coach, Kinnear said, "In about 10 years from now.
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