Filippo Inzaghi

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FILIPPO INZAGHI

REAL LIFE
Filippo Inzaghi (born 9 August 1973 in Piacenza) is a former Italian striker. Renowned for playing on the shoulder of the last defender, Inzaghi began his career at his hometown of Piacenza. He later spent time at Parma and then Atalanta, where he went on to make his name and become Serie A’s top goal-scorer with 24 goals in the 1996-97 season.

Inzaghi would later play for two Italian giants in the form of Juventus and AC Milan, where scored a combined 215 goals in 465 appearances. Inzaghi scored 25 goals during an excellent international career and won a World Cup winners medal in 2006.
Full name
Filippo Inzaghi

Date of birth
9 August 1973

Place of birth
Piacenza, Italy

Height
1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)

Playing position
Striker
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
1PIACENZA30
1ALBINOLEFFE2113
1HELLAS VERONA3714
1PIACENZA4117
1PARMA224
1ATALANTA3425
4JUVENTUS16589
11MILAN300126

YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
10🇮🇹 ITALY5725
ITEMS
Base Version

2007

Filippo Inzaghi had become synonymous with AC Milan by the time the 2007 Champions League final against Liverpool came around. This match was the crowning achievement for the Italian striker, as he helped Milan get revenge for their defeat by the same opposition two years previously.

Inzaghi scored both goals in the 2-1 victory to achieve a childhood dream, describing them as ‘’the most important’’ of his life. This famous night cemented his status as a Milan legend.
Mid Version

1997

Filippo Inzaghi soared to prominence in his year at Atalanta, becoming Serie A’s top scorer and Young Player of the Season. Juventus soon swooped to secure his signature. He made an instant impact, scoring 18 goals in his first season, including a brace on his debut to help his team collect the 1997 Italian Super Cup and a hat-trick to secure a league-clinching 3-2 victory against Bologna.

He continued in this vein for the next three seasons, ending each year as top scorer for the Old Lady.
Prime Version

2003

Filippo Inzaghi began his time at AC Milan in 2001, after a big-money transfer from Juventus. The Italian had honed his craft to become the archetypical goal-poacher supreme, with his predatory instincts and eye for goal striking fear into opposition defences.

The Champions League proved to be particularly fertile ground for the striker, with 10 strikes in 2002-03 on the road to an all-Italian final, where they defeated his previous club on penalties.

 YEARRTGPOSPACSHOPASDRIDEFPHY
BASE200785ST748665793562
MID199787ST818867823567
PRIME200390ST799169833665
RELEASE TIMES
BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020


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BASE
September 2019 – September 2020

MID
September 2019 – September 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

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