No old boast is coming again! Scored the 19th goal of the Serie A season to equalize Ronaldo

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 No old boast is coming again! Scored the 19th goal of the Serie A season to equalize Ronaldo


Quagliarella scored the first goal in just four minutes. When Bereshinski crossed from the right, Quagliarella leaned against the opposing guard in the penalty area, then half-turned and shot the goal with his right foot. This wonderful goal helped Sampdoria to take an early lead of 1-0.

In the 11th minute, when Linetti crossed from the left, Quagliarella jumped at the back and headed the Spar defender twice. Although Spar scored a goal in stoppage time, Sampdoria won 2-1 away. Sampdoria scored 14 goals in this match, 10 of which were in the right direction. If it hadnt been for Sparr goalkeeper Viviano who saved many times, the score would have been even greater.

After this round, Quagliarella has scored 19 goals in the Serie A League this season, tied with Ronaldo at the top of the Serie A scorer list. Quagliarellas career has now scored 146 goals in Serie A, surpassing Sivoris (145) and ranking 20th in Serie A history. Quagliarella scored 19 goals in Serie A last season and again this season.

According to the statistics of La Gazzetta dello Sport, Quagliarella has become the second player in the history of Sampdoria club to score more than 19 goals in two consecutive seasons. The first player is Montella. Quagliarella is also the third player in Serie A history to score more than 19 goals in a single season over the age of 36. The first two players are Piola in 1950-51 season and Tony in 2014-15 season. In addition, Quagliarella equalled Batistutas record of 11 consecutive Serie A goals this season. Quagliarella, who scored the most goals in Serie A this season, is 36 years old, but still in such excellent condition. No wonder Italy coach Mancini called the veteran into the national team training camp in February this year. Source of this article: Netease Sports Author: Fu and then Responsible Editor: Liu Pei_NS6023

According to the statistics of La Gazzetta dello Sport, Quagliarella has become the second player in the history of Sampdoria club to score more than 19 goals in two consecutive seasons. The first player is Montella. Quagliarella is also the third player in Serie A history to score more than 19 goals in a single season over the age of 36. The first two players are Piola in 1950-51 season and Tony in 2014-15 season.

In addition, Quagliarella equalled Batistutas record of 11 consecutive Serie A goals this season. Quagliarella, who scored the most goals in Serie A this season, is 36 years old, but still in such excellent condition. No wonder Italy coach Mancini called the veteran into the national team training camp in February this year.