Lazio Star Immobile Has Second-Best Minutes Per Goal In Serie A Top Scorers List

By Apollo Heyes -

Lazio striker Ciro Immobile has the second-best minutes per goal ratio out of strikers with 164+ goals in Serie A.

As noted by Lazio fan Krudo on Twitter last night, the 31-year-old Italian striker has scored a goal in Serie A every 129 minutes, an incredible stat for the Biancocelesti talisman.

Topping the list is former AC Milan striker Gunnar Nordahl, who scored 225 goals in 291 Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri and Roma. In third place is former Lazio striker Beppe Signori, who netted a Serie A goal every 148 minutes. The Biancocelesti’s all-time club top scorer Silvio Piola is also on the list, scoring every 175 minutes played.

The 31-year-old Immobile will be hoping to break even more records in his remaining time with Lazio, being contracted to the club until 2026. He could break Piola’s club top scorer record in the upcoming games against Olympique Marseille or Salernitana. To place a bet on when Immobile will score, there is no better time than right now as you can get a bonus code with mansionbet.

Below is the full list of the 17 strikers with the best minutes per goal ratio, courtesy of Krudo:

  • 116’ – Nordahl
  • 129’ – Immobile
  • 148’ – Signori
  • 148’ – Batistuta
  • 151’ – Meazza
  • 162’ – Di Natale
  • 174’ – Del Piero
  • 175’ – Piola
  • 177’ – Baggio
  • 180’ – Altafini
  • 187’ – Hamrin
  • 188’ – Totti
  • 196’ – Gilardino
  • 204’ – Quagliarella
  • 213’ – Savoldi
  • 219’ – Amadei
  • 222’ – Boniperti

Immobile has scored 164 Serie A goals in his career thus far in 270 appearances, also providing 44 assists in this period of time. Furthermore, 41 of his 164 finishes have been game-winning goals, and when he has scored (126 different matches), he has a record of 84 wins, 21 draws, and 21 losses.

The Italian striker’s goals have come between three different clubs – Genoa, Torino, and Lazio – and started in the 2012/13 season, where he netted five goals and provided three assists over 34 matches with the Rossoblu.

In 2013/14, he scored in 19 matches with Torino and had a tally of 22 goals. Four of these strikes were game-winning goals. The following season (2014/15), he joined Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga following a successful season in Turin. However, it did not suit him too well.

He joined Sevilla in La Liga at the start of the 2015/16 season before returning to Torino on loan for the second half of the campaign. He managed to score in three different matches for the Granata, adding five goals to his name.

Since the 2016/17 season, he has been in Rome where most of his success has come. He has scored 132 times over 187 appearances (15,588 total minutes), while also creating 35 goals. As a result, he has won two Capocannoniere awards in addition to the European Golden Shoe.

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