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Top 8 Italian Footballers of All Time


The Euro 2020 results have shocked lots of football fans. If users read more about UK sports betting here, they`ll notice that lots of users thought that the English would win. But Italians were luckier. But is it only about luck? Here are 8 Italian footballers that have rocked the world.

Alessandro Del Piero

The legendary striker, after whom the small area next to the penalty area is called "Del Piero`s zone". From the position in front of the penalty area, Del Piero scored a huge number of goals. He is one of the 100 best footballers of all time according to World Soccer. He spent most of his career playing for Juventus.

He wore the captain`s armband for more than 11 years and has won several Super Cups with the team, the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup, and the Intertoto. Del Piero is also European champion (1994 and 1996) and World Champion in 2006. He is still the top scorer in Juventus history and one of FIFA`s top ten scorers.

Roberto Baggio

A great forward and charming star of Italian football, Roberto Baggio played for Bologna, AC Milan, Vicenza, Fiorentina, and Internazionale. As a suspended forward, he took part in all attacks of his teams. He won the Italian Championship with Juventus and AC Milan, and won the Interanto Cup in 1998 with Bologna. With the national team, he won bronze and silver of the World Cup in 1990 and 1994.

Paolo Rossi

One of the main Italian stars is Paolo Rossi, who played for Juventus along with the legendary Michel Platini. His early career was marred by accusations of gambling, but upon his return to the field he became the top scorer at the 1982 World Cup. During his career, he became champion in 1976 with Vicenza and Juventus in 1982 and 1983. FIFA listed Paolo Rossi as one of the 100 best players of all time.

Gianluigi Buffon

Goalkeepers rarely enjoy the same level of fame and respect as field players, but Buffon is an exception. He was the world`s most expensive goalkeeper for 17 years from 2001 to 2018, played for Italy`s top teams, and made 176 appearances for the national team.

After starting his career at Parma, he moved to Juventus in 2001 and spent 17 years playing for one of the best clubs in Italy. He won the Italian Super Cup in 1999, became Italian champion nine times with Juventus and French champion with Paris Saint-Germain in 2019.

Franco Baresi

Another Italian football legend. Franco Baresi played for AC Milan his entire career and played for the national team for a decade. He wore the captain`s armband in 31 games for the national team and scored 1 goal.

His powerful defense and excellent athleticism allowed him to become one of the leaders of his team. He became the champion of Italy 6 times and lifted the Super Cup over his head 4 times. With the national team, he won the entire set of medals: World Championship gold in 1982, silver in 1994 and bronze in 1990.

Alessandro Nesta

A central midfielder is an extremely important position in any team. Alessandro Nesta spent most of his career playing for Lazio and AC Milan. Nesta is FIFA`s all-time top 100 player, and is one of the players who have traveled around the world during his professional career, having played for Montreal Impact in Canada, Chennaiyin in India and coached for Miami. Nesta has appeared on the fields of the 1996 Olympic Games, three World Championships and three European Championships. He is also the 2006 World Champion and a semifinalist for the 2000 European Championship.

Gennaro Gattuso

A powerful midfielder with an iron character, Gennaro Gattuso won the UEFA Champions League twice. He was a great player and played for several Italian teams, and then showed great results as a coach.

His career is hard to call bright, but he was one of the most stable midfielders of his time. Thanks to his merits, he holds a place of honor in the Milan Hall of Fame.

Fabio Cannavaro

Fabio Cannavaro always managed to be in the right place at the right time. He played for Napoli, Parma, Internazionale, Juventus, Real Madrid and Al Khali. During his career he scored 16 goals. He also served as coach at the famous Chinese team Guangzhou Evergrande. Fabio Cannavaro is the 2006 World Cup gold medalist as well as the 2000 European Championship silver medalist.

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