Paolo Rossi (60) experienced the joy of winning the World Cup with Italy

Posted by  wangwenjie on September 19th, 2016

Paolo Rossi (60) experienced the joy of winning the World Cup with Italy – the nation’s third such triumph – at Spain 1982, where he sensationally scored six goals in seven matches, an achievement that guaranteed him the adidas Golden Ball and adidas Golden Boot. The clinical fox-in-the-box later capped off a wonderful year by picking up the European Footballer of the Year award for FIFA 17 Coins PS3. Four years earlier in Argentina, the agile Italian had found the net three times as La Nazionale finished fourth. At Mexico 1986, he was again included in the Italian squad but saw no playing time. At club level, Rossi had his most productive spell at Juventus, with whom he amassed two Serie A crowns, an Italian Cup, a European Cup, a European Cup Winners’ Cup and a European Super Cup. During the 2002/2003 campaign, he finished top scorer in the European Cup. The prolific attacker also pulled on the jerseys of Como, Vicenza, where he clinched a Serie B Championship and topped the division’s scoring charts, Perugia, AC Milan and Hellas Verona.

24. Anders Limpar (51) competed for Sweden at two consecutive World Cups, at Italy 1990 and USA 1994, where the Blågult claimed a surprise third-place finish. The exciting midfielder also participated in EURO 1992 and the 1998 Olympic Football Tournament in Seoul. After starting off in his homeland with Brommapojkarna and Orgryte, he went on to defend the colours of Young Boys (Switzerland), Cremonese (Italy), Arsenal, Everton and Birmingham City (all England), winning a Premier League title and an FA Charity Shield with the Gunners and an FA Cup and a Charity Shield with the Toffees. Limpar later starred for AIK, with whom he secured a Swedish League title and Swedish Cup, and Colorado Rapids. In 1991, he was named Swedish Footballer of the Year.

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