​​Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been given the Tapiro d’Oro for the week after the Rossoneri’s derby defeat to Inter over the weekend.

After a dominating first half from Milan in Sunday’s game at San Siro, during which Ibrahimovic scored and provided an assist, the team collapsed in the second half as ​Inter scored four unanswered goals to win 4-2.

Ibrahimovic set up Ante Rebic's 40th-minute opener and then scored himself seconds before the interval as his side belied their midtable position to look in control against the ​Serie A title chasers. 

Their lead evaporated within eight minutes of the restart as Marcelo Brozovic and Matias Vecino drew Inter level before Stefan de Vrij and Romelu Lukaku sealed victory, ​leaving Ibrahimovic frustrated at the collapse.

Ibrahimovic was given the ‘Golden Tapir’ – a special “prize” delivered to big celebrities or politicians who have had a bad week by Striscia la Notizia.

After being presented with the ‘trophy’, ​the 38-year-old said, "It’s normal to be angry when you don’t win a game. I have a lot of passion for football and wanted to play in Italy. I am fine here. Things will be better in the next game.”

Ibrahimovic returned to the Rossoneri in January on a deal that runs until June with the option to extend his stay by a further 12 months. The Swede, who won the Serie A title during his first stint with Milan, has scored three goals in six games across all competitions since re-joining the club.

Milan are currently p 10th in Serie A after 23 games, 10 points adrift of the top four but only two away from Hellas Verona in sixth.