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Due to his performances for Inter, Facchetti also narrowly missed the opportunity to become the first defender to win the Ballon d'or, placing second in 1965, after narrowly missing out on a treble winning season with Inter that year; Inter won the Serie A and the European Cup, but were defeated in the 1965 Coppa Italia final by Juventus.
Facchetti's 59 goals in Serie A make him the most prolific defender in the history of the Italian league.
; 18 July 1942 – 4 September 2006) was an Italian footballer who played as a defender.
From January 2004 until his death, he was President of Internazionale, the Italian club for which he played for his entire club career during the 1960s and 1970s.
He played 634 official games for the club, scoring 75 goals, and was a member of the Inter team which is often referred to as “Grande Inter”, under manager Helenio Herrera, with which he won four Serie A titles, a Coppa Italia, two European Cups, and two Intercontinental Cups.
At international level, Facchetti represented the Italy national football team on 94 occasions, and took part at three FIFA World Cups, winning a runners-up medal in the 1970 edition of the tournament, in which he was also elected to the All-star Team.
He was also captain of the national side that won Italy's first ever UEFA European Football Championship on home soil in 1968, where he was also elected to the team of the tournament.