Ibrahimovic, 36, brought up the landmark figure during LA Galaxy's 5-3 defeat to Toronto in MLS.
The striker produced a trademark moment as he drew on all his martial arts pedigree to karate kick a looping pass into the back of the net.
There has arguably never been a player in history who has scored a more imaginative and unique set of goals than Zlatan, for whom Sunday's goal was just the latest acrobatic strike he has scored.
He famously scored with an aerial backflick for Sweden against Italy at Euro 2004, made a habit of executing unusual finishes for Paris Saint-Germain and scored one of the greatest goals ever with his spectacular long-range overhead kick in an international friendly against England in 2014.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic #9 and Jonathan Dos Santos #8 of the Los Angeles Galaxy celebrate
Image credit: Eurosport
What a career, what a guy.