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  1. 22 de ene. de 2024 · El fútbol italiano está de luto. Luigi 'Gigi' Riva, el legendario delantero que conquistó la Eurocopa de 1968 y fue subcampeón del Mundial de 1970 con la selección 'azzurra', falleció a los ...

  2. 22 de ene. de 2024 · Despite retiring from the national team decades ago, Luigi Riva is still the top scorer in Italy’s history, with 35 goals from 42 international matches. A look at Gigi Riva’s family and net worth While there’s not much information available about Gigi Riva’s family and personal life, the former Cagliari star is succeeded by his two children, Mauro Riva and Nicola Riva.

  3. Luigi Riva, el máximo goleador de todos los tiempos de la selección masculina de Italia, conocido como el "Rombo di Tuono" (Estruendo del trueno), falleció este lunes a los 79 años.

  4. Luigi Riva falleció este lunes a los 79 años. HUM Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images La Federación Italiana de Fútbol (FIGC) confirmó que Riva murió este lunes mientras comenzaron a inundarse los homenajes para el jugador, quien se ganó su apodo por la potencia de su disparo con 35 goles en 42 apariciones con Italia.

  5. 26 de ene. de 2024 · Luigi “Gigi” Riva (1944 – 2024) was an Italian footballer who played as striker; he is the Italy national football team’s top-goalscorer of all-time, with 35 goals in 42 matches; he also won the 1968 UEFA European Championship. Left-handed, because of his powerful shot with his left foot was nicknamed Rombo di Tuono (Roar of Thunder).

  6. Luigi Riva. Luigi "Gigi" Riva (Italian: [luˈiːdʒi ˈriːva]; 7 November 1944 – 22 January 2024) was an Italian professional footballer who played as a centre-forward. Considered to be one of the best players of his generation, as well as one of the greatest strikers of all time, Riva enjoyed a remarkable scoring record for Cagliari, thanks ...

  7. 23 de ene. de 2024 · Italy's record goalscorer Luigi 'Gigi' Riva has passed away at the age of 79. Riva netted 35 times in 42 appearances for the Azzurri and won the 1968 European Championship with Italy.