CAIRO-10 December 2020: Paolo Rossi, 1982 World Cup winner, has died at the age of 64.
The Italian legend is one of the best strikers in the history of Italian football and he is the nation's top scorer in the history of the World Cup.
Rossi spent his entire career in Italy, where he represented Vicenza, Verona, Como, Perugia, AC Milan and Juventus.
Rossi's best achievements were with Juventus between 1981 and 1985 as he helped the team to win two serie a titles as well as the UEFA Champions League title in 1985.
Rossi is most famous for his great performance in the summer of 1982 in Spain, where he scored six goals to help Italy win the World Cup for the third time in the nation's history.
Rossi also won the competition's Golden Boot and Golden Ball before winning the Balloon d'Or award in the same year.
Rest in peace Pablito.