Filippo Inzaghi
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Personal information
Full name Filippo Inzaghi
Date of birth 9 August 1973 (1973-08-09) (age 47)
Place of birth    Piacenza, Flag of Italy Italy
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11+12 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Bologna (manager)
Youth clubs
1982–1985
1985–1991
Flag of Italy San Nicolò
Flag of Italy Piacenza
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1991–1995
1992–1993
1993–1994
1995–1996
1996–1997
1997–2001
2001–2012
Total
Flag of Italy Piacenza
Flag of ItalyLeffe (loan)
Flag of ItalyVerona (loan)
Flag of Italy Parma
Flag of Italy Atalanta
Flag of Italy Juventus
Flag of Italy Milan
039 0(15)
021 0(13)
036 0(13)
015 00(2)
033 0(24)
120 0(57)
202 0(71)
466 (197)   
National team
1993–1996
1997–2007
Flag of Italy Italy U21
Flag of Italy Italy
014 00(3)
057 0(25)
Teams managed
2012–2014
2014–2015
2016–2018
2018–
Flag of Italy Milan Primavera
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of Italy Venezia
Flag of Italy Bologna

Filippo "Pippo" Inzaghi, Ufficiale OMRI (born 9 August 1973) is a retired Italian professional footballer and a manager. He is currently the manager of Bologna.

He played as a striker, and spent the most notable spells of his club career with Juventus and Milan, as well as earning 57 caps for the Italian national team. Inzaghi won the 2006 World Cup, two UEFA Champions League titles (2003, 2007), and three Serie A titles (1998, 2004, 2011). He is one of the most prolific goalscorers of all time, fifth in Italy, with 313 goals scored in official matches. He is currently the fourth-highest goal scorer in European club competitions with 70 goals, behind only Raúl, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. He is also Milan's top international goal scorer in the club's history with 43 goals. He also holds the record for most hat-tricks in Serie A with 10.

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Italy – 1998 FIFA World Cup

1. Toldo 2. Bergomi 3. P. Maldini 4. Cannavaro 5. Costacurta 6. Nesta 7. Pessotto 8. Torricelli 9. Albertini 10. Del Piero 11. D. Baggio 12. Pagliuca 13. Cois 14. Di Biagio 15. Di Livio 16. Di Matteo 17. Moriero 18. R. Baggio 19. Inzaghi 20. Chiesa 21. Vieri 22. Buffon

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Italy – UEFA Euro 2000

1. Abbiati 2. Ferrara 3. Maldini 4. Albertini 5. Cannavaro 6. Negro 7. Di Livio 8. Conte 9. Inzaghi 10. Del Piero 11. Pessotto 12. Toldo 13. Nesta 14. Di Biagio 15. Iuliano 16. Ambrosini 17. Zambrotta 18. Fiore 19. Montella 20. Totti 21. Delvecchio 22. Antonioli

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Italy – 2002 FIFA World Cup

1. Buffon 2. Panucci 3. Maldini 4. Coco 5. Cannavaro 6. Zanetti 7. Del Piero 8. Gattuso 9. Inzaghi 10. Totti 11. Doni 12. Abbiati 13. Nesta 14. Di Biagio 15. Iuliano 16. Di Livio 17. Tommasi 18. Delvecchio 19. Zambrotta 20. Montella 21. Vieri 22. Toldo 23. Materazzi

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Italy – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Winner (4th title)

1. Buffon 2. Zaccardo 3. Grosso 4. De Rossi 5. Cannavaro 6. Barzagli 7. Del Piero 8. Gattuso 9. Toni 10. Totti 11. Gilardino 12. Peruzzi 13. Nesta 14. Amelia 15. Iaquinta 16. Camoranesi 17. Barone 18. Inzaghi 19. Zambrotta 20. Perrotta 21. Pirlo 22. Oddo 23. Materazzi

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