GENOA – Fabio Quagliarella equaled the record of goals in consecutive Serie A games set by Gabriel Omar Batistuta in 1994 . Decided the double barely scored all'Udinese on a penalty. Quagliarella and Batistuta share the record in our championship while the absolute one belongs to Messi. The Barcelona striker scored in 21 consecutive games in the Spanish Liga. Let's remember in detail the record goals of Fabio Quagliarella and Gabriel Omar Batistuta.
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In 1994, Batistuta scored for eleven games in a row. The goals were scored in Cagliari, Genoa, Cremonese (double), Inter, Lazio, Reggiana, Padova, Brescia, Bari, Napoli (double) and Sampdoria. Batistuta's networks were built from the first to the eleventh day.
In 2019, Quagliarella equaled Batistuta's record by scoring: Milan, Turin, Genoa, Bologna (double), Lazio, Parma, Empoli, Chievo, Juventus, Fiorentina (double) and Udinese (double). Networks marked between the first round and the return leg.
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