Daniela Sabatino

Daniela Sabatino (born 26 June 1985) is an Italian football striker currently playing for Fiorentina in Serie A.[1] She previously played for AC Bojano and ACF Reggiana in Serie A and Rapid Lugano in the Swiss Nationalliga A.[2] She was the 2011 Serie A's second top scorer with 25 goals.[3]

Daniela Sabatino
Daniela Sabatino, FW Brescia Calcio Femminile 08 2016.jpg
Personal information
Full name Daniela Sabatino
Date of birth (1985-06-26) 26 June 1985 (age 35)
Place of birth Isernia, Italy
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Position(s) Striker
Club information
Current team
Fiorentina
Number 9
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2005 Bojano
2005–2006 Rapid Lugano
2006–2010 Reggiana 88 (61)
2010–2018 Brescia 41 (36)
2018–2019 Milan 22 (17)
2019–2020 Sassuolo 16 (12)
2020– Fiorentina 17 (12)
National team
2011– Italy 45 (20)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 25 July 2017

International careerEdit

She made her debut for the Italian national team in October 2011, in a 0–9 win over Macedonia where she scored a hat-trick.[4] The 2017 UEFA Euro marked her first appearance in a final tournament. The second of the two goals in Italy's 3–2 win over Sweden earned her a Best Goal nomination in the UEFA awards.[5]

Goals scored in official competitions
Competition Stage Date Location Opponent Goals Result Overall
  2013 UEFA Euro Qualifiers 2011–10–22 Prilep   North Macedonia 3 9–0 4
2012–06–16 Turin   North Macedonia 1 9–0
  2015 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2014–09–17 Vercelli   North Macedonia 6 15–0 6
  2017 UEFA Euro Qualifiers 2015–09–18 La Spezia   Georgia 1 6–1 5
2016–04–12 Reggio Emilia   Northern Ireland 1 3–1
2016–06–07 Gori   Georgia 1 7–0
First Stage 2017–07–25 Doetinchem   Sweden 2 3–2
  2019 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2017–09–15 La Spezia   Moldova 1 5–0 TBD
2017–11–28 Estoril   Portugal 1 1–0

HonoursEdit

ASD Reggiana CF
Brescia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Profile in ACF Brescia's website
  2. ^ Profile in Football.it
  3. ^ 2010–11 results and tables in RSSSF.com
  4. ^ Profile in UEFA's website
  5. ^ "Crónica". Archived from the original on 2017-09-25. Retrieved 2018-06-02.

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