Greatest Free Kick Takers In The History Of Serie ABy Peter C
To be a well-respected free-kick taker is no mean feat. It requires constant practice and sometimes talent to perfect the art. Here, we look at the greatest free-kick takers in Serie A history.
Francesco Totti, Roma
Due to his numerous achievements, Totti is unarguably AS Roma’s greatest ever player and considered one of the best players to have ever donned the shirt of the Azzurri. He is the record holder for most Serie A goals.
Gianfranco Zola, Napoli- Parma
Zola shone like a million stars for Napoli and won the Italian Super Cup in Naples before moving on to claim the UEFA Super Cup with Parma.
Diego Maradona, Napoli
Maradona may have died a few months ago but his legacy lives on forever. The former Argentine coach is rated by a lot of football fans as one of the best footballers in history. He was a great freekick taker for Napoli.
Alessandro Del Piero, Juventus
Del Piero is the record holder of the most goals scored for the Old Lady. He scored 290 goals in 705 games for the Turin-based club.
Andrea Pirlo, Juventus- A.C. Milan- Inter Milan
His vision is something else. He is one of the best passers of the ball and is ranked among the greatest freekick takers in the history of Serie A. He has a lot of trophies and personal awards to his name.
Sinisa Mihajlovic, Roma- Sampdoria- Lazio- Inter Milan
Sinisa is the holder of the record for the most goals from freekicks in Serie A history. He scored 28 direct freekick goals.