Torino's forward Andrea Belotti reacts during the Italian Serie A football match Torino versus Inter Milan on March 18, 2017 at the 'Grande Torino Stadium' in Turin. (AFP / Marco BERTORELLO)
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Italy look to insatiable 'Rooster' BelottiHe's known as the 'Rooster' with the insatiable appetite for goals, and Albania coach Gianni Di Biasi, for one, will be hoping Italy sensation Andrea Belotti goes hungry on Friday.If Belotti can reproduce the form that has shot him to the Serie A summit on 22 goals, Ventura can rest assured.In only his second full season with Torino -- and a fledgling international career that has brought three goals in five games -- his 22-goal league tally, featuring two hat-tricks, has put Belotti on the radar of Barcelona, Chelsea and Real Madrid.Wearing the Torino captain's armband for the first time earlier this month, Belotti hit a hat-trick in eight, second-half minutes in a 3-1 home win over former club Palermo -- the fastest in Italy since Andriy Schevchenko hit three in seven minutes and 15 seconds in January 2000 .
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