Gunnar Nordahl is number 40 in 90min's Top 50 Greatest Footballers of All Time series.
Goals, goals, goals. That's what Gunnar Nordahl was all about.
Whether he was plundering them in back in Sweden or becoming a 1950s legend with Milan, the Swede consistently racked up ridiculous goal records season upon season.
His impressive feats are there for all to see today, with few coming close to the goalscoring precedent he set with I Rossoneri and Sweden.
Here are a select few of his best moments...
Seven Goals in One Game for IFK Norrköping
We remember Gunnar Nordahl the man who scored the most goals in #ACMilan history, on what would have been his 97th birthday — AC Milan (@acmilan) October 19, 2018
Oggi Gunnar Nordahl avrebbe compiuto 97 anni: ricordiamo insieme l'attaccante che nella nostra storia ha segnato più reti pic.twitter.com/dnTr1KkdAY
It's very important to remember, if nothing else, Nordahl was an incredible goalscorer.
That much was made clear during his amateur days in Sweden, and in particular during a game for
Norrköping would finish at the top of Allsvenskan that season, five points ahead of
1948 Gold Medalist
#OnThisDay in 1948, @svenskfotboll became #Olympic champions 磊— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) August 13, 2019
The legendary duo of Gunnar Gren and Gunnar Nordahl were on target as Swedes won gold by beating Yugoslavia 3-1 at Wembley. pic.twitter.com/5jmVuu62Jy
Nordahl was still playing for Norrköping when the 1948 Olympic Games in London came around, but he was included in Sweden's squad for the football tournament alongside brothers Knut and Bertil.
Hat Trick in 7-1 Juventus Thrashing
And wouldn't you know it, here's a game in which both Nordahl and Hansen featured in and scored! You just can't write it.
Milan and Juventus were Serie A's top two sides during the 1949/50 season, and their clash on February 5 1950 is an all time classic.
Hansen gave La Vecchia Signora an early lead in the 12th minute, only for each member of Gre-No-Li - comprised of Nordahl, Gunnar Gren and Nils Liedhold - to score before half time, Nordahl getting on the scoresheet twice.
He would complete his hat trick four minutes after the interval, with Renzo Burini and Enrico Candiani adding to the hosts' misery by completing the 7-1 thrashing.
⚽ Goal of the Day — AC Milan (@acmilan) May 26, 2018
This man set an unprecedented record: do you remember how many top scorer awards did Gunnar Nordahl win? 磊
Nordahl, l'uomo dei record. Vi ricordate quanti titoli di capocannoniere ha vinto in rossonero? ⚫ pic.twitter.com/98KaWLRV0p
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