Gabriel Omar Batistuta (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡaˈβɾjel ˈomaɾ βatisˈtuta]; born 1 February 1969), nicknamed Batigol [batiˈɣol] as well as El Ángel Gabriel [el ˌaŋxel ɣaˈβɾjel] (Spanish for Angel Gabriel), is a retired Argentine professional footballer. After beginning his career in Argentina in 1988, where he won titles playing for Newell's Old Boys, River Plate, and subsequently Boca Juniors, the prolific striker played most of his club football with Fiorentina in Italy; he is the club's all-time top scorer and the twelfth-highest scorer of all-time in the Italian Serie A, with 184 goals in 318 matches. When his club Fiorentina was relegated to Serie B in 1993, Batistuta stayed with the club and helped it return to the top-flight league a year later. A popular sporting figure in Florence, the Fiorentina fans erected a life-size bronze statue of him in 1996, in recognition of his performances for Fiorentina. Despite winning the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa Italiana with the club in 1996, he never won the Italian league with Fiorentina, but when he moved to Roma in 2000, he finally won the Serie A title to crown his career in Italy. After an unsuccessful loan spell with Inter in 2003, he played his last two seasons in Qatar with Al-Arabi before he retired in 2005. At international level, he was Argentina's all-time leading goalscorer with 54 goals in 77 official matches (56 goals in 78 caps according to some sources, although the Argentine Football Association does not recognise two goals he scored against the Slovakia national youth side in 1995, which are however recognised by FIFA) until Lionel Messi surpassed him during the Copa América Centenario. Batistuta played at three World Cups, scoring 10 goals, which make him Argentina's all-time top scorer in the competition, and the joint eighth-highest World Cup goalscorer of all-time. Batistuta is the only player in football history to score two hat-tricks in different FIFA World Cup editions (against Greece in the United States 1994 and against Jamaica in France 1998). With the Argentina national team he won two consecutive Copa América titles and the FIFA Confederations Cup. Regarded as one of the best strikers of his generation, in 1999, Batistuta placed third in the FIFA World Player of the Year award, and in 2004 he was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players.
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