Did Baggio play for AC Milan?

Did Baggio play for AC Milan?

Baggio won two Serie A titles, a Coppa Italia, and a UEFA Cup, playing for seven different Italian clubs during his career (Vicenza, Fiorentina, Juventus, AC Milan, Bologna, Inter Milan, and Brescia).

When did Baggio retire?

Roberto Baggio/Career end
After he retired from the game in 2004, Baggio was much celebrated for his charitable endeavours, which included becoming a global ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 2005.

How tall is Baggio?

5′ 9″
Roberto Baggio/Height

How old was Roberto Baggio when he started playing football?

Roberto Baggio was born in Caldogno, Veneto, the son of Matilde and Fiorindo Baggio, the sixth of eight siblings. His younger brother, Eddy Baggio, was also a footballer who played 86 matches in Serie B. Baggio began his youth career after being noticed by his hometown youth team, Caldogno, at age nine.

How many penalties did Roberto Baggio Miss in his career?

Despite his decisive penalty miss in the 1994 World Cup final shoot-out, Baggio is statistically one of the greatest penalty kick specialists in Italian football history. Baggio scored 85% of his career penalties with only 19 misses, scoring 108 out of 127 penalties in official matches, the most in Italian football history. [32]

When did Roberto Baggio become captain of Juventus?

Baggio was appointed team captain for the 1992–93 season. He had a dominant season, winning the only European club trophy of his career after helping Juventus to the UEFA Cup final, in which he scored twice and assisted another goal over both legs, defeating Borussia Dortmund 6–1 on aggregate.

How many goals did Roberto Baggio score in the World Cup?

At the 1998 World Cup, he scored twice before Italy were eliminated by eventual champions France in the quarter-finals. Baggio is the only Italian to score in three World Cups, and with nine goals holds the record for most goals scored in World Cup tournaments for Italy, along with Paolo Rossi and Christian Vieri.

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