Luca Toni — goals for Italy Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition 1. He then moved to , playing for two seasons under manager , alongside and. . This was followed by a number of seasons spent around and with teams such as , , and.
Mai 2018, abgerufen am 25. On 17 August, Toni scored his first goal for Verona in a 1—0 victory over in the. In the against , he hit the crossbar with a powerful header and later netted another header, although the goal was disallowed as the attempt was controversially ruled offside. Before he left, Toni promised Della Valle not to sign for any big Italian clubs, which is believed to be the main reason he went to Germany. The player, who was presented to the press on 1 July, took on the number 9 jersey. La Gazzetta dello Sport in Italian.
On 7 January 2011, a statement in the official website announced that Luca Toni would be joining Juventus on a free transfer deal, until 30 June 2012. La Gazzetta dello Sport in Italian. Archived from on 26 December 2008. Toni scored his 100th goal in Serie A with a header from 16 meters against Cagliari, which was also his debut goal for Juventus. On 7 November 2009, he was fined for leaving the stadium during the match after being substituted at half-time. Toni also scored an equaliser in a 1—1 draw against , in an international friendly on 19 November 2008, which was his final international goal.
His goal scoring ability brought Fiorentina to heights never seen since the late 1990s, when was playing for them. In Italy's opening match against , he hit the crossbar as Italy won 2—0, and he later scored two goals in the quarter-finals against on 30 June, his only goals of the tournament, as Italy won 3—0 to advance to the semi-finals against the hosts. Toni also finished as top scorer in the , with 24 goals, and in the , with 10 goals. Archived from on 16 February 2016. He also was a sporting director for.
Four days later, he scored the second goal against the Faroe Islands, as Italy closed off their qualifying campaign with a 3—1 home win. In addition to the team medals he has collected, he also won several individual honours: during his first spell with Fiorentina, he won the Serie A top scorer award during the , in which he scored 31 goals the most goals in a season since , which also earned him the , becoming the first Italian player ever to win the award; he was also the league's joint top scorer in the season, in which he became the oldest player to win the award at the age of 38, with 22 goals. This was Toni's final season at the Florence club, as they agreed to sell him to giants. Il Corriere della Sera in Italian. Sie wurde 2018 Siegerin der der. In 2012, he played for , in the , but returned to Fiorentina for a season later that year.
On 17 November 2007, Toni struck in the first minute of a 2—1 win in a qualifying match against at , which secured Italy's place at the final stages of the competition. He ended the with 20 goals, making him the second-top goalscorer in Serie A at the age of 37. Following his fall out with Bayern manager , Bayern's President, , stated on that Toni would be allowed to leave the club on a free transfer. A prolific goalscorer, Toni scored over 300 goals throughout his career, and is one of the top-five highest scoring Italians in all competitions; with 322 career goals, he is currently the. On 17 November, Toni made his first international start in a 1—0 friendly home win over.
That July, he sued his former tax adviser for the same amount, claiming that he had been registered without prior knowledge as a Roman Catholic in Germany and thus had paid taxes to the Church in conflict with his own beliefs. He scored his last ever career goal on his final match from the penalty spot in a 2—1 home win over Serie A champions , with a penalty, and later also started the play which led to Verona's second goal; this was his 23rd appearance and sixth goal of the league season. On 15 December, he received his coaching licence. On 28 March 2007, Toni scored two goals in Italy's 2—0 home win over in a. Toni expressed his desire to leave the team several times during the summer to the press, but was eventually convinced by club President Andrea Della Valle to stay and help the club overcome its unfavourable position.
Agnes, wo sie 2017 ihr Abitur ablegte. La Gazzetta dello Sport in Italian. For his performances, Toni was named to the. Eventually, Toni, by mutual agreement with Bayern, was loaned out to Italian club. La Gazzetta dello Sport in Italian.