September 23, 2023

Francesco Camarda is the owner of a goalscoring record even Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi would be envious of.

Rafi Rahmat: The highly-rated 14-year-old forward, who has earned a reputation at AC Milan’s academy for playing against older age groups, is said to average around 5.5 goals per game.
That’s according to football scout Sciabolata Morbida, who named Camarda as “one of the most prolific strikers in the country” before listing his remarkable goal record in recent seasons.
In fact, the teenager was promoted to Milan’s Primavera side (U19) for a friendly against Solbiatese this month and scored a brace.
Camarda’s record in front of goal is outrageous, to say the least.
He netted 247 goals in just 40 games for AC Milan youth during the 2017/18 campaign, when he was just 8-years-old. And he then bagged 172 goals in 31 games during the 2018/19 campaign.
Mordiba goes on to claim Camarda scored 64 goals in 16 games during 2019/20, meaning he recorded 483 goals in 87 games during that three-year period.
Since then, a limited amount of stats have emerged surrounding the young Italian centre forward, who has already made his debut for Italy’s U15 squad.
But as of June this year, Camarda has scored twice for AC Milan U16’s team and as mentioned previously, he netted for their U19’s side against Solbiatese – a team that play in the fifth division of Italian football.
The 14-year-old also featured for the club’s U17 team in a Campionato Nationale B clash against Cittadella in September, where he started the game alongside strike partner Luca Martinazzi, 16.
AC Milan fan Fer recently gave a fascinating insight into Camarda’s promising career with the Rossoneri.

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