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54 Facts About Del Piero
4. Del Piero scored the winning penalty to give Italy their 4th World Cup title, and first World Cup Title for Del Piero.
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5. Alessandro Del Piero set many records during his career as you can see listed at the bottom of this article.
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9. Alessandro Del Piero is an Italian football player.
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10. In 2018, Konami announced that Del Piero will feature in their football video game Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, as one of the new myClub Legends.
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13. Del Piero was one of the two stars featured on the cover of the Italian version of PES 2010 video game, the other being Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
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17. Del Piero is a good friend of musician and singer Noel Gallagher and a fan of his former band Oasis.
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25. Del Piero was part of Dino Zoff's Italy's squad that reached the final of Euro 2000.
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34. On 17 July 2009, Del Piero extended his contract with Juventus by one more year until 30 June 2011 in Pinzolo while training for pre-season, thus practically ensuring that he would retire at the club with which he started his professional career.
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35. Del Piero became only the second Italian ever to win consecutive Capocannoniere titles in two different leagues—former Juventus and 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi being the other.
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43. Del Piero was awarded the Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year award for his performances, and he was nominated for the 1998 Ballon d'Or.
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44. Del Piero received nominations for both the 1997 FIFA World Player of the Year, finishing sixth and the 1997 Ballon d'Or, due to his performances throughout the calendar year.
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47. Del Piero temporarily took his place in the first team alongside Gianluca Vialli and Fabrizio Ravanelli, flourishing at the opportunity given to him, and Juventus went on to claim their first Scudetto in nine years.
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48. Del Piero made his Serie A debut against Foggia on 12 September 1993 under Trapattoni, as a substitute, and he scored his first goal in his next game against Reggiana on 19 September, after coming off the bench .
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49. In 1993, Del Piero transferred to Juventus and played for the Torinese club for 19 seasons until being released in the summer of 2012.
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