Iconic striker Paolo Rossi, who is also a father to three lovely children, left a world-recognized legacy in football by scoring more than 150 goals in his lifetime.
Great footballer Paolo Rossi was announced dead following what the Italian media thinks to be a long illness, although his cause of death wasn't disclosed.
Following his passing, his wife, Federica Cappelletti, shared a picture of herself and Rossi together on social media with the simple words "Per sempre," which means "forever."
The icon, who was awarded the European footballer of the year, scored 20 goals in 48 appearances for the Italian national side and more than 100 Serie A goals.
Due to the 64-year-old's presence and achievement of big goals in the incredible Juventus team, the squad won several titles.
Years later, Rossi retired from Football in the late 1980s and worked as an analyst for Sky, Mendiasa and Rai before passing away this year. His family announced that the 1982 World Cup Hero died at 64.
Still in the spirit of mourning the legendary footballer, the European's governing body stated that late Rossi was the hero of an unforgettable World Cup for all of Italy, but for them, he was much more.
Due to the 64-year-old's presence and achievement of big goals in the incredible Juventus team, the squad won several titles between 1981 and 1985 and made a name for themselves.
The Italian striker, who was regarded as the fastest player and called "pure phosphorus" by a rival in Serie A, died on December 9, 2020, but lives on in people's hearts.