Italy's forward Fabio Quagliarella (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a penalty during the Euro 2020 Group J qualifying football match Italy vs Liechtenstein on March 26, 2019 at the Ennio-Tardini stadium in Parma. / AFP / Miguel MEDINA
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Fabio Quagliarella attributed his newfound serenity after years of a stalker nightmare to his stunning form as the 36-year-old Tuesday became the oldest player to score for Italy.Serie A top scorer Quagliarella has earned his recall to Roberto Mancini's new-look Italy thanks to his 21 goals in 28 league games, two more than Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has managed for Juventus.The Sampdoria player at 36 years and 54 days becomes the oldest player to score for Italy, overtaking Christian Panucci who was 35 years and 62 days when he netted in 2008 .Stefano Sensi had headed Italy in front after 17 minutes with Marco Verratti adding a second after 32 minutes. Kean nodded in his second Italy goal on 69 minutes with substitute Leonardo Pavoletti, 30, who got his first Italy start in the second half to replace Quagliarella, adding a sixth.
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