In case you haven’t been paying attention to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s adventures in Major League Soccer, you missed an eventful and memorable game Saturday night in Toronto.

Zlatan’s Los Angeles Galaxy side were North of the border facing off against defending MLS Cup champions Toronto FC, and the visitors quickly found themselves down 3-0 thanks to goals from each of Toronto’s most dangerous players — Victor Vasquez, Jozy Altidore, and Sebastian Giovinco.

Undeterred by the sizable score disadvantage, Zlatan started the slow comeback by scoring an absolute wonder goal in 43rd minute that even had the home crowd at BMO Field applauding.

A simple ball floated over Toronto’s back line became a Goal of the Year candidate when Ibrahimovic stabbed at it with a spinning back heel kung fu kick, tucking it just inside the post and behind TFC keeper Alex Bono. It was the 500th professional goal for the Swedish striker, between both club and country, and he joined Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the only active players to achieve such a feat.

The Galaxy released this fun animated video to commemorate the milestone, featuring some of Zlatan’s most memorable strikes — including his memorizing run with Ajax, his outrageous bicycle kick against England, and his debut goal for the Galaxy.

The fireworks for Zlatan didn’t end there, though. The Galaxy fought back to make it 3-3 only for Jonathan Osorio to score a fourth for TFC, prompting tensions to rise. At one point in injury time, Toronto captain Michael Bradley appeared to be asking the referee to give a card to Galaxy player following a foul. Zlatan intervened, and two had an extended conversation.

Always up to speak to the media, Zlatan quipped about Bradley after the game, saying that “he thinks he’s a philosopher of football. I have more goals than he has (played) games, so he should follow my rules.”

He also added that Toronto should be honored to be “the victim” of his 500th goal, although perhaps he should be more focused on winning games than individual milestones. The Galaxy remain six points outside of a playoff spot with just five games to go.