The retired Italian star Roberto Baggio, the best player in the world in 1993, revealed exciting details in his playing career "stuck" since his penalty shootout in the sky "World Cup 1994" America, giving Brazil Romario and Bebeto title.
Baggio, 53, told Football Italia on Sunday: "The unhappy moments I experienced when I was a player, not only because of the kick that I wasted at the World Cup, but because of the many injuries that exhausted me and was a nightmare for me, I remember asking my mother after The first surgery to kill me to end my suffering! ".
"The fateful kick in 94 was preparing me for years before going to bed," he added.
Baggio stressed that his absence from the World Cup in Japan and South Korea 2002 was the most painful moment in his career, and said: "I wanted to do anything to erase what happened at the World Cup America, I thought I deserved to play again in the World Cup despite the skepticism of some fitness, but The exclusion of the idea of ​​joining the team was the reason for my departure from sport. "
He continued to haunt Baggio even after the World Cup, where he scored the 250 goals in the history of Italian football, such as Juventus, AC Milan and rivals Inter, but failed with all of them to win the Champions League, ironically, he played for Juventus five seasons before leaving him in 1995, winning the team The continental title the following year at the expense of Ajax Amsterdam Dutch!