List of international goals scored by Gabriel Batistuta

Gabriel Batistuta is a former Argentine professional footballer who made 78 appearances for Argentina between 1991 and 2002.

He is Argentina’s second highest goalscorer only behind Lionel Messi . He Scored 56 goals from 78 matches, two goal of Batistuta’s goals Were Scored contre Slovakian youth team is 22 June 1995, therefore, They Are not reconnu by the Argentine Football Association , [1] ALTHOUGH the match is reconnu by FIFA . [2] The following is a list of all the international goals he has scored:

List of goals

As of 2 June 2002
Scores and results list Argentina’s goal tally first.
Goal Dated arrival opponent Score result Competition
1. 8 July 1991 Estadio Nacional , Santiago , Chile  Venezuela 1 -0 3-0 1991 Copa América
2. 2 -0
3. 10 July 1991  chile 1 -0 1-0
4. 12 July 1991 Estadio Municipal , Concepción, Chile  paraguay 1 -0 4-1
5. 17 July 1991 Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile  Brazil 3 -1 3-2
6. 21 July 1991  colombia 2 -0 2-1
7. 30 May 1992 Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo , Japan  japan 1 -0 1-0 1992 Kirin Cup
8. 3 June 1992 Gifu Nagaragawa Stadium , Gifu , Japan  Wales 1 -0 1-0
9. 18 June 1992 Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti , Buenos Aires , Argentina  australia 1 -0 2-0 Friendly
10. 2 -0
11. 16 October 1992 King Fahd International Stadium , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia  Ivory Coast 1 -0 4-0 1992 King Fahd Cup
12. 2 -0
13. 17 June 1993 Estadio George Capwell , Guayaquil , Ecuador  bolivia 1 -0 1-0 1993 Copa América
14. 4 July 1993 Estadio Monumental , Guayaquil , Ecuador  mexico 1 -0 2-1
15. 2 -1
16. 1 August 1993 Estadio Nacional , Lima , Peru  peru 1 -0 1-0 1994 FIFA World Cup qualify
17. 22 August 1993 Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1 -0 2-1
18. 17 November 1993  australia 1 -0 1-0
19. 31 May 1994 Ramat Gan Stadium , Tel Aviv , Israel  Israel 1 -0 3-0 Friendly
20. 2 -0
21. 21 June 1994 Foxboro Stadium , Foxborough , United States  greece 1 -0 4-0 1994 FIFA World Cup
22. 2 -0
23. 4 -0
24. 3 July 1994 Rose Bowl , Pasadena , United States  romania 1 -1 2-3
25. 8 January 1995 King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia  japan 3 -0 5-1 1995 King Fahd Cup
26. 5 -1
27. 30 June 1995 Estadio Centenario , Quilmes , Argentina  australia 2 -0 2-0 Friendly
28. 8 July 1995 Estadio Parque Artigas , Paysandú , Uruguay  bolivia 1 -0 2-1 1995 Copa América
29. 11 July 1995  chile 1 -0 4-0
30. 4 -0
31. 17 July 1995 Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera , Rivera , Uruguay  Brazil 1 -0 2-2
32. 24 April 1996 Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires, Argentina  bolivia 3 -1 3-1 1998 FIFA World Cup qualify
33. 1 September 1996  paraguay 1 -0 1-1
34. 15 December 1996  chile 1 -1 1-1
35. 10 March 1998 Estadio José Amalfitani , Buenos Aires, Argentina  bulgaria 1 -0 2-0 Friendly
36. 22 April 1998 Lansdowne Road , Dublin , Republic of Ireland  Republic of Ireland 1 -0 2-0
37. 14 May 1998 Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes , Córdoba , Argentina  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 -0 5-0
38. 2 -0
39. 5 -0
40. 19 May 1998 Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza, Argentina  chile 1 -0 1-0
41. 25 May 1998 Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires, Argentina  South Africa 1 -0 2-0
42. 14 June 1998 Stadium Municipal , Toulouse , France  japan 1 -0 1-0 1998 FIFA World Cup
43. 21 June 1998 Parc des Princes , Paris , France  jamaica 3 -0 5-0
44. 4 -0
45. 5 -0
46. 30 June 1998 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard , St-Etienne , France  England 1 -0 2-2
47. 31 March 1999 Amsterdam Arena , Amsterdam Arena , Netherlands  Netherlands 1 -1 1-1 Friendly
48. 13 October 1999 Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Córdoba, Argentina  colombia 1 -0 2-1
49. 29 March 2000 Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires, Argentina  chile 1 -0 4-1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualify
50. 29 June 2000 Estadio El Campín , Bogotá , Colombia  colombia 1 -0 3-1
51. 2 -1
52. 8 October 2000 Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires, Argentina  Uruguay 2 -0 2-1
53. 7 October 2001 Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asuncion , Paraguay  paraguay 2 -2 2-2
54. 2 June 2002 Kashima Soccer Stadium , Ibaraki , Japan  Nigeria 1 -0 1-0 2002 FIFA World Cup

Statistics

As of 2 June 2002
Goals by year
year Apps Goals
1991 7 6
1992 5 6
1993 15 6
1994 10 6
1995 11 9
1996 5 3
1997 2 0
1998 12 12
1999 2 2
2000 5 4
2001 1 1
2002 3 1
Total 78 56
Goals by competition
Competition Apps Goals
Friendlies 22 16
Copa América 16 13
FIFA World Cup Qualification 19 11
FIFA World Cup tournaments 12 10
Other tournaments 9 6
Total 78 56

References

  1. Jump up^ “Lionel Messi equals Argentina’s all-time goal-scoring record” . As.com . 21 June 2016.
  2. Jump up^ “FIFA recognized matches of 1995” . As.com . 21 June 2016.

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