Mover over, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden has a new soccer star.
After winning Sweden's Player of the Year award for 10 consecutive years, Ibrahimovic was pushed aside last week by Victor Lindelof, who won the individual award after a stellar World Cup and cementing himself in the heart of Manchester United's defence.
On Tuesday, Lindelof took even more of the spotlight, scoring in Sweden's 2-0 Nations League win over Russia.
And the 24-year-old couldn't help but poke fun at his countryman.
Just another 497 of those and the centre-back will have caught up to Ibrahimovic's 505 career goals.