Found March 03, 2013 on Fox Soccer:
PLAYERS: Francesco Totti
Francesco Totti made Serie A history as Roma beat Genoa 3-1, while Inter Milan moved into fourth place after beating Catania. Totti wrote his name into the record books as his first-half penalty in a 3-1 victory over 10-man Genoa saw the veteran striker become the league's joint-second highest scorer of all time. The 36-year-old needed one more goal to match iconic AC Milan striker Gunnar Nordahl's career haul of 225 goals and it arrived from the penalty spot with 15 minutes on the clock. Genoa battled hard to spoil Totti's night, though, and Marco Borriello ensured the second half would be a contest by converting a spot-kick of his own, against his former club, just before the break. Teenage defender Alessandro Romagnoli then took his first step towards chasing Totti's record with his maiden league goal and Simone Perrotta put the result beyond doubt after Juraj Kucka was dismissed following an angry exchange with Totti. Earlier, Rodrigo Palacio scored twice fr...
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Roma captain Francesco Totti has tied Swedish great Gunnar Nordahl for second place on Serie A's all-time scoring list with his 225th goal. Totti converted a penalty in the 16th minute of Roma's match against Genoa at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday. It was the 10th goal this season for the 36-year-old Totti, who is in his 21st season with Roma having made his debut for his...
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