1. Gianluigi Buffon shouted at Oliver during the dispute, and he got a red card for it.
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3. Gianluigi Buffon is an active user of social networks, the player has pages on Instagram and Twitter, which are full of photos about sports.
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8. Gianluigi Buffon was faithful to the club, although there was a perfect opportunity to join Manchester City.
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9. Gianluigi Buffon spent all the time on matches, supporting the favorite club Genoa.
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10. Gianluigi Buffon believes club side Paris Saint-Germain are enduring a "dangerous" period without key player Neymar.
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11. Gianluigi Buffon believes the Champions League will be "dangerous" for Paris Saint-Germain without injured star Neymar.
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16. In 2000, Gianluigi Buffon risked a four-year prison sentence for falsifying a high school accounting diploma in order to enrol for a law degree at the University of Parma.
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18. Gianluigi Buffon announced his retirement from the national team after Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
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23. Gianluigi Buffon was born on January 28, 1978, to Maria Stella and Adriano in Carrara in Italy.
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25. Gianluigi Buffon has a fantastic and unbeatable record as the goalkeeper for the national team and Juventus.
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26. Gianluigi Buffon led an inspired squad to the 2006 FIFA World Cup Championship, conceding just two goals.
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29. Gianluigi Buffon missed nearly all of the 2010 FIFA World Cup with a back injury, but he was selected to the Team of the Tournament at both the 2008 and 2012 European Championships.
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30. Gianluigi Buffon was born on January 28, 1978, in Carrara, Italy.
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31. Gianluigi Buffon was born into an athletic family on January 28, 1978, in Carrara, Italy.
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32. Gianluigi Buffon was Juventus' automatic starter for more than a decade and a half, finally leaving the club for PSG last summer.
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37. Gianluigi Buffon was selected as Italy's starting goalkeeper and captain for Euro 2012 after leading his national side to qualify for the tournament undefeated, only conceding two goals.
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38. Gianluigi Buffon was a key player in Italy's World Cup qualifying campaign as they finished top of their group, undefeated.
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39. Gianluigi Buffon earned his 100th cap on 14 November 2009 in a friendly match against the Netherlands.
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41. Gianluigi Buffon was used in a rotational role with Alphonse Areola during the early stages of the season by manager Thomas Tuchel.
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45. Gianluigi Buffon was named by Pele as one of the top 125 greatest living footballers in March 2004, but missed out on the Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year award, which went to Milan's league-winning goalkeeper Dida.
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47. Gianluigi Buffon was named by Pele in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players in 2004.
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48. Gianluigi Buffon was named the IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper a record five times, alongside Iker Casillas, and was named the best goalkeeper of the 21st century, of the past 25 years, and of the decade, by the same organisation.
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52. Gianluigi Buffon was the starting goalkeeper of the squad that won the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.
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54. Gianluigi Buffon said that making his PSG debut against Napoli was like an electric shock.
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56. Gianluigi Buffon says Champions League return against Napoli like electric shock.
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57. Gianluigi Buffon returns to Italy after controversial ban; can Gigi triumph over Ancelotti?.
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58. Gianluigi Buffon has said his UEFA Champions League red card against Real Madrid last season "remains an injustice" and that he "suffered in silence" while serving his three-match ban.
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59. Gianluigi Buffon was one of over 80 Italian celebrities to sign a petition in favour of the 2016 referendum on constitutional reform, promoted by the Democratic Party Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
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61. Prior to the 2013 Italian general election, Gianluigi Buffon publicly endorsed the prime minister at the time, Mario Monti.
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72. Gianluigi Buffon has featured in Pepsi commercials, including an advertisement for the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan, where he lined up alongside several other footballers, including David Beckham, Raul and Roberto Carlos, in taking on a team of sumo players.
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73. Gianluigi Buffon has been sponsored by German sportswear company Puma during his career, wearing Puma gloves and Puma King football boots, and has appeared in Puma commercials.
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75. In September 1999, Gianluigi Buffon faced heavy criticism and severe disciplinary sanctions for bearing the fascist slogan "Boia chi molla" handwritten on a T-shirt under his goalkeeping jersey, which he proceeded to wear and show during media interviews after a match against Lazio.
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76. On 17 May 2018, Gianluigi Buffon announced in a press conference with Juventus that he would not return to the national team for its May and June friendlies.
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77. On 1 January 2017, Gianluigi Buffon was awarded the 2016 Pallone Azzurro Award, as Italy's best international player throughout the calendar year, becoming the first player to win the award more than once.
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78. On 31 May 2016, Gianluigi Buffon was named the captain of Conte's 23-man Italy squad for Euro 2016.
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79. Gianluigi Buffon saved an early Mario Mandzukic penalty, but was taken off at half time and replaced by Salvatore Sirigu due to an injury.
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85. On 6 September 2013, Gianluigi Buffon earned his 135th cap for Italy in the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Bulgaria.
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89. In the semi-final match against Germany, Gianluigi Buffon made several important saves, only being beaten by a penalty from Mesut Ozil in the 92nd minute.
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91. Gianluigi Buffon played every minute of Italy's 2002 World Cup campaign, keeping a clean sheet in the opening match against Ecuador, and saving a controversial penalty against co-hosts South Korea in the round of 16, which was not enough to stop the under-performing side from being eliminated by a golden goal in extra time.
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92. In spite of heavy competition from Toldo, Gianluigi Buffon regained the starting goalkeeping spot for the fourth match of the qualification series, away to Romania, and was the starting goalkeeper for the remaining four matches under Giovanni Trapattoni as Italy qualified with an unbeaten record.
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94. Gianluigi Buffon was a member of the Italy squad that won the gold medal for football at the 1997 Mediterranean Games in Bari, on home soil.
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95. Gianluigi Buffon has represented Italy at all youth levels, from the under-16 side to the under-23 side, as well as the Olympic side in 1996.
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101. On 1 December, Gianluigi Buffon was nominated for the 2016 FIFPro World XI, making him the only player, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo, to have been included in the shortlist every year since its inception in 2005.
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