Thousands of fans greeted the veteran striker and his teammates as they arrived at the San Siro.
Victory over Atalanta would bring Milan one step closer to their first league title since 2011, and the sight of so many ardent fans lining the streets and roaring on the club elicited a crazy reaction from Zlatan.
The striker placed both hands on the windscreen before striking it twice with his right hand.
Because he destroyed the window, the 6ft 5in taekwondo black belt plainly doesn’t recognise his own strength.
A large crack can be seen in footage released on Twitter, and the team bus driver can be seen pointing it out. He couldn’t believe it and was probably enraged.
Ibra, who may have to pay to have his windscreen restored, turns 41 in October but hasn’t lost his desire to score goals and win titles.
This season, the Sweden international has eight goals in 26 appearances across all competitions.
And he looks likely to add another league crown to his enormous trophy cabinet after Milan defeated Atalanta 2-0 thanks to goals from Rafael Leao and Theo Hernandez.
Hernandez’s solo goal with 15 minutes remaining is without a doubt one of the best goals of the 2021-22 season.
Milan, on the other hand, must complete the season as champions next weekend when they visit to Sassuolo.
Rivals Inter, who are two points behind the Rossoneri in second place, will look to capitalise on any mistakes when they face Sampdoria on the same day.
As things stand, Zlatan’s future beyond this season is unknown.
In February, it was reported that he would be given another one-year contract extension, although nothing has been published as of yet.
It’s probable that he’ll opt to terminate his spectacular career if Milan wins the league next weekend.
Zlatan, who appeared on the recent episode of Gab and Juls Meets, admitted that he is “a little bit scared” and “a little bit panicking” about what is to come.
“I’m in a situation now where I’m close to the goal line … so I’m a little bit panicking,” the 40-year-old AC Milan striker told ESPN. “Because when it stops, what do you do? I know I can do a lot of things, I will have offers from all over the place. But the adrenaline I get on the field, I will never get that [from] something else.”