By Peter O’MahonyIn this week’s edition of Football Italiano, it is the striker who is the most exciting player in Serie A. We are in an era when there are so many talented players around and it is not just because they have an enormous amount of goals to score.
These players are also very good at setting up play and playing their way to the ball.
In my opinion, this is why Andrea Pirlo is one of the top strikers in the world.
Pirlo scored his first goal in a Serie A match in September 2014, against Napoli.
He has since scored 20 times in 26 games, with 16 of those goals coming in the past five seasons.
Pirlos first goal against Napolòs was his best of the season, scoring against Roma in the last round of the Champions League.
He also has a hat trick against Fiorentina, scoring in a 3-2 win.
In this year’s Serie A, Pirloes goal against Roma came after he had scored two goals in the previous two games against Roma and Napoli, making him the first player in history to score in two consecutive matches.
He has now scored six goals in seven matches, scoring five of them in Serie B, and also twice in the Europa League.
His best match came against Napolitano, scoring his second goal in the 1-1 draw.
Pouliot has been an incredible performer for the Reds this season, winning the Player of the Month award for the second time in his career.
Pouliot’s goals have helped to keep the Reds in the top three, although his recent form has seen him fall off the pace of the game.
While Pouli has a knack for scoring big goals, he does not do it for the simple reasons that he doesn’t get a lot of chances.
He rarely plays on the right wing, instead relying on his powerful right foot to finish his runs.
“He has great vision and his finishing is very good.
He is also very quick,” Pirloa said of Pouliato in his pre-match interview.
The former Liverpool forward has had a breakout season in recent years, winning six caps and scoring nine goals for his country.
In his career, Poulo has won 10 caps, including two Champions League titles.
One of Pirlós best attributes is his pace, and it shows in his form.
Poullós pace is on the same level as Cristiano Ronaldo’s, although he is only a shade slower than him.
It is a fact that Pirlosi has been able to continue to score at a high level in this season’s competition despite his form dropping off a cliff.
There are other players who have excelled in the league this season.
Leonardo Bonucci has scored eight goals, while the Italian has also scored five in the Champions league, as well as three goals in Europa League play.
Borussia Dortmund’s Daniel Sturridge, a striker with a similar ability, has also enjoyed a great season, with 13 goals in 28 games.
However, Poullo is the man who has been the most dominant for the club, scoring 19 goals in all competitions.
Despite all of his goals, Pouno has scored the most in a single season in the Bundesliga this season with 22 goals.
If you want to know why Poulító is so much more than just a goal scorer, it would be easy to say that he is the epitome of a player.
For a player who has a strong understanding of the position, he is also a master of controlling the ball and making his teammates better.
To understand why, we need to look at what he has been doing in the World Cup qualifiers against Italy and France.
With his first touch, Púlós vision is so good that it is easy to forget he is a left-footed striker.
He always has the ball in his hands, and if the opposition is trying to create a lot on the left, Punós quickness and vision will help him out.
Playing in the right-hand side of the pitch, Povlo has a more attacking role than in the middle of the park, where he is most effective.
He will use his pace to get into the box and make his teammates play their game.
This can be especially effective in the first half when the opposition are more comfortable in possession.
When the game is on its feet, Paunos pace is even more important.
His accuracy with the ball will help his team score goals, and this will help Pirlolas side win games.
He was named the PFA player of the year for 2016, with an average of 1.9 goals per game.
In a recent interview, he said he will use this experience to improve his game and bring more success to the club. On a more