Argentina football memories: he was the best striker in Serie A, but in the national team was completely covered up by batty!

Argentina has never lacked the talent of football. For a long time, Batistuta has occupied the absolute main position of the national team. At the same time, batty in Serie A is also brilliant. Batistuta has achieved great success in Serie A and the rest of Argentina are eager to try. At the same time, the club and the national team are trying to find suitable substitutes. There is no doubt that Hernan Crespo is the best choice.

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Crespo is fast and tenacious. He works hard on the training ground and in the game. Crespo can compete with Batistuta in terms of both the ability to head the ball and the skill at the foot. Crespo has scored 35 goals in 64 games for Argentina and is extremely efficient. In 1996, with the help of Batistuta, Crespo landed in Serie A and joined Parma.

Crespo, a newcomer, didn’t get into the rhythm of the game very quickly, scoring just one goal in the first 14 rounds of the league. Crespo scored his first goal in Serie A with a beautiful volley against Inter. After a period of downturn, Crespo quickly adjusted his condition and began a strong outbreak. Crespo scored 62 goals for Parma in the next four seasons.

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In 1996, Crespo joined the team in the Olympic Games. In all the matches, Crespo scored six goals for the team, won the top scorer and helped Argentina win the second place in the Olympic Games. However, in the 1998 World Cup in France, Crespo, as a substitute for Batistuta, only made one substitute appearance in the eighth finals of Argentina’s victory over England, and missed the penalty in the subsequent penalty shoot out.

Argentina football memories: he was the best striker in Serie A, but in the national team was completely covered up by batty!

December 27, 2019 14:06 zaker network

Argentina football memories: he was the best striker in Serie A, but in the national team was completely covered up by batty!
Argentina has never lacked the talent of football. For a long time, Batistuta has occupied the absolute main position of the national team. At the same time, batty in Serie A is also brilliant. Batistuta has achieved great success in Serie A and the rest of Argentina are eager to try. At the same time, the club and the national team are trying to find suitable substitutes. There is no doubt that Hernan Crespo is the best choice.

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Crespo is fast and tenacious. He works hard on the training ground and in the game. Crespo can compete with Batistuta in terms of both the ability to head the ball and the skill at the foot. Crespo has scored 35 goals in 64 games for Argentina and is extremely efficient. In 1996, with the help of Batistuta, Crespo landed in Serie A and joined Parma.

Argentina football memories: he was the best striker in Serie A, but in the national team was completely covered up by batty!

Crespo, a newcomer, didn’t get into the rhythm of the game very quickly, scoring just one goal in the first 14 rounds of the league. Crespo scored his first goal in Serie A with a beautiful volley against Inter. After a period of downturn, Crespo quickly adjusted his condition and began a strong outbreak. Crespo scored 62 goals for Parma in the next four seasons.

In 1996, Crespo joined the team in the Olympic Games. In all the matches, Crespo scored six goals for the team, won the top scorer and helped Argentina win the second place in the Olympic Games. However, in the 1998 World Cup in France, Crespo, as a substitute for Batistuta, only made one substitute appearance in the eighth finals of Argentina’s victory over England, and missed the penalty in the subsequent penalty shoot out.

Argentina football memories: he was the best striker in Serie A, but in the national team was completely covered up by batty!

As the substitute of batty, Crespo’s pressure can be imagined, but he did not lose confidence in himself. Four years later, Crespo finally waited for his own glory. During the 2002 World Cup qualifier, there was a conflict between Batistuta and coach Marcelo belsa, who missed many important matches. In the absence of batty, Crespo made a strong attack, scoring 9 goals in all the games, helping Argentina to advance smoothly.