The Divin codino appeared on the Navigli of Milan. A gigantic mural was created to pay homage to the former player Roberto Baggio. It will be a coincidence, but the drawing was inaugurated a few days after the debut of the film produced by Netflix about his life as a football player that traces the salient moments of the Golden Ball and former number 10 of the Italian national football team. Throughout his career, Baggio has played in teams such as Fiorentina, Milan, Inter and Juve; he took part in three world championships, almost winning in 1994: on that occasion it was one of the three Azzurri who missed the penalty in the match, which was later lost, against Brazil. Beloved but also hated, Baggio occupies the 16th position – as the first Italian – in the ranking of the best footballers of the twentieth century published by World Soccer in 1999. In 2004, Pelé included him in the Fifa 100, the list of the 125 greatest living footballers.
Homage to the ‘Divin codino’, a giant mural dedicated to Roberto Baggio appears on the canals of Milan