Major League Soccer revealed its list of the best-selling jerseys in 2018 last week. Top of the chart, perhaps unsurprisingly, is LA Galaxy’s Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
LAFC’s Carlos Vela follows in second, while Atlanta United has two players in the top five, Josef Martinez and Miguel Almiron, who come in at number three and five, respectively. D.C. United’s legendary marksman Wayne Rooney rounds out the top five, taking fourth place.
The highest-placed American is the now-retired Clint Dempsey, who ranks at number nine. Other notable international stars on the list include World Cup-winner Bastian Schweinsteiger at number six, David Villa at number seven, Italian Sebastian Giovinco at number eight, and Giovani Dos Santos at number 14.
Top dog Ibrahimovic has wowed crowds since his move to MLS, scoring 22 goals and making 10 assists in 26 matches.
The data is taken from sales generated by MLS’s online store. Check out the rest of the top 25 here.
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