"I've loved this Sport since my Childhood, and it is exactly this love and passion for football are the ones who have brought me to me more and more of my dreams, and firmly believe," wrote Immobile on Sunday to Instagram and thanked Fans, teammates and his family.
On Saturday he could. with his goal in the 22 Minute, be sure that he had set with the old series-A record of 36 goals by the Argentinian Gonzalo Higuain. In Europe, ranking Immobile, Robert Lewandowski (34 goals) had already overtaken on the penultimate round. Third was world star Cristiano Ronaldo (31 goals) in front of Timo Werner (28 goals).
in Italy, the media-proclaimed real-estate record-breaking season on Sunday with the "historical" ("Corriere della Sera"). The football nation had to wait for over a decade, that a country man bring the "Golden Shoe" home. At all, this would have made in the past decades, only two Italians in front of him: Roma icon Francesco Totti (2006/07), and the former Bayern Star Luca Toni (AC Fiorentina) a year earlier.Date Of Update: 03 August 2020, 12:19