Azzurri in the quarterfinals of the World Cup qualifiers and Gori scores 300 goals-

an Italy that does not stop winning that of beach soccer coached by coach Emiliano del Duca. There is no history against Denmark and comes the fifth win in a row, the second in a row in these qualifiers for the 2021 Beach Soccer World Cup (scheduled from 19 to 29 August in Moscow).

The Azzurri, on the sand of Nazar in Portugal, win 12-0 and the protagonist, as has often happened in all these years, Gabriele Gori, striker and symbol of the national team, which reaches 300 goals. the most prolific gunner ever. At the age of 33 he was able to reach unimaginable heights: for 11 years the immovable holder of the national team, he has collected 171 appearances with five participations in the World Cup, vice champion in 2019. In addition to 10 Europeans and continental champion in the 2018 edition. In his club, Viareggio, he won the Scudetto, the Italian Cup and the Champions League. In total, between club and national team he scored 773 goals. Numbers that make it clear how important Gori is for Italy: I dedicate this to all those who have allowed me to play beach soccer, a game that I love. First of all to my family, my partner Ilaria and little Cristian. Then to the team, to the companions of a thousand battles, without whom I would never have been able to reach these goals, he said. Against Denmark he signed a hat-trick.

The first goal in reverse, just to seal an incredible career. Also score Zurlo (2), Marinai (2), Frainetti (2), Percia Montani, Giordani (2). Now meeting on Wednesday 23 June against Germany (20.30), who has six points like the Azzurri after the successes obtained against Denmark (8-0) and Romania (5-0). The blues are played the record: both are already qualified for the quarterfinals (Friday 25 June). The four semifinalists go to the World Cup.

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