Olivier Giroud’s brace in the first half followed by a Franck Kessie goal in the second sealed the victory and the title for the club.
Ibrahimović dedicated the win to his former agent Mino Raiola
, quién died aged 54 en abril
“I was close to [signing for] Napoli, then he told me that I was the only one who could save Milan. So I dedicate it to him,” Ibrahimović said.
A 40 years old and increasingly plagued by injuries, the future for the big Swede seems uncertain.
“I will make a decision over the next few days,” él dijo, according to Goal. “I had a really tough time lately, it was bad both physically, but also for other personal matters. Al final del día, I did everything I could to help Milan win this trophy.
“I was afraid that I might have to quit, but I want to do it my way.”
With the victory, the Rossoneri became Italian champions for the 19th time in club history and go level with Inter for second-most titles in league history, behind Juventus’ 36.
It marked a remarkable turnaround — driven by Ibrahimović, coach Stefano Pioli and technical director Paolo Maldini — for a club in disarray only three years ago as poor performances on the pitch and financial problems off it left the Rossoneri lagging behind their title rivals.
After enduring this turmoil, the final whistle sparked scenes of jubilant celebration from traveling Milan fans and players on the pitch at the Mapei Stadium, with Ibrahimović, como siempre, the star of the show.