Zlatan Ibrahimovic announced on Tuesday that he will retire from international football once Sweden are knocked out of Euro 2016.
With Sweden needing to defeat world No. 2 Belgium at the Stade de Nice to remain in the competition, the 34-year could bow out as early as Wednesday.
Ibrahimovic could also make history in the Group E clash should Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo fail to score against Hungary on Wednesday. If Ibrahimovic nets, he will become the first player to score in four European Championships.
Belgium manager Marc Wilmots has already warned his side to pay even more attention to Ibrahimovic, Sweden's record scorer with 62 goals.
"Zlatan could be a danger because it is perhaps his final game and he will obviously want to go out with a bang," he said.
Ibrahimovic certainly knows how to put on a show. Here are five of his best goals in a Sweden shirt.
1. Sweden 4-2 England, 2012 friendlyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz4yCy_rNjA
Ibrahimovic scored all four of Sweden's goals in the first match at their new national stadium. His fourth at the Friends Arena raised the roof and was named goal of the year by Fifa.
2. Sweden 1- 1 Italy, Euro 2004
Sweden were down 1-0 with just five minutes left to play, when Ibrahimovic improvised brilliantly to equalise. Sweden would go on to top their group but lost to the Netherlands in the quarter-finals on penalties.
3. Sweden 2- 0 France, Euro 2012
Ibrahimovic opened the scoring against Les Bleus with a scissor-kick volley. Despite the win, Sweden finished bottom of the group and were eliminated.
4. Sweden 4-2 England, 2012 friendly
Ibrahimovic's 30-yard overhead kick merely overshadowed his second goal. With Sweden 1-2 down, Anders Svensson chipped a ball into the penalty box. Ibrahimovic took it down on his chest and volleyed past Joe Hart.
5. Sweden 2 - 0 Greece, Euro 2008
In Sweden's opener against the defending champions, Ibrahimovic gave his side the lead with this powerful strike following a one-two pass. The Scandinavians lost their next two games and failed to progress to the knockout rounds.