Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella has been a player reborn in the last few months, as he has been scoring goals for fun. Interestingly, the striker is at the tail end of his career at 36 years of age. The incredible form shown by the forward in the 2018-19 Italian Serie A campaign has not only seen him go toe-to-toe with Cristiano Ronaldo for the Golden Boot title but it has also resulted in the striker being an impressive choice for the Italian national team ahead of Euro 2020 qualifiers. Italy have two major qualifying matches coming up in March and Roberto Mancini has decided to include Quagliarella much to the surprise of fans.
“There is no secret, I simply worked well and seriously. Work on long pay. They are so many components, you have to train and rest well, after thirty they change things a bit. Rest is important, like feeding. I fight a lot in the way I train, you can not just do the presence.Advice to young people? The goals will come, Italy has created a lot lately. This shirt is heavy, everyone must remain calm. The team is proactive, plays and attacks forward: it is a national team that drags,” said Quagliarella after his inclusion back to the national team.