LA Galaxy superstar ​Zlatan Ibrahimovic was involved in a heated argument with Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley, who is also the son of LA FC manager Bob Bradley. 

The incident in question happened after the former Manchester United man scored the 500th goal of his career with an insane karate kick in his team's 5-3 defeat against Toronto FC.

As reported by ​Metro, speaking about the heated moment after the game, Zlatan was asked about Michael Bradley. He responded by stating, "He thinks he is the philosopher of football. I have more goals than he has games. He should follow my rules."

The former ​Manchester United man reached his milestone 500th goal in typical Zlatan style by slotting ​the ball home ​with a karate kick attempt

The Swedish hitman's goal was applauded by opposition fans and on being asked about how he felt about the ovation, he typically concluded, "It’s not the first time I’ve gotten a standing ovation from the away team."

Since his move to Major League Soccer, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been on fire, scoring 17 goals and providing five assists in just 22 games for LA Galaxy.