Gianluigi Buffon turned the page on a celebrated 17-year Juventus tenure on Saturday against Hellas Verona, and while the next chapter is yet to be written, the Italian's collection of records could fill several books.
In consideration of his time in Serie A with Parma and Juventus, plus his decorated Italian national team spell, here's a look at some stunning numbers from a career that kicked off in 1995 when the then-17-year-old recorded a clean sheet on his debut for the Gialloblu against AC Milan on Nov. 19:
1: Awarded the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year in 2002-03, Buffon is the only 'keeper to win the annual honour.
5: Buffon is one of three players to appear in five World Cups, joining Antonio Carbajal (Mexico) and Lothar Matthaus (Germany).
6: The Parma youth product's six World Cup clean sheets are tops among Italian players.
9: His nine league titles with Juventus are the most for an individual in league history.
10: Buffon's 10 clean sheets on the spin during the 2015-16 Serie A season is a league record.
12: The Italian's 12 awards for Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year is tops in league history.
19: His 19 trophies with Juventus is a club record.
21: Buffon has twice set the record for clean sheets in a league season, doing so in 2011-12 and 2015-16.
€52: Buffon's €52-million transfer fee when he moved from Parma to Juventus in 2001 remains a record amount for a 'keeper.
115: The Tuscan's 115 Champions League appearances is a Juventus record, and his 124 run outs in European competition is joint-best with Alessandro Del Piero.
176: The shot-stopper's 176 caps for Italy is a national team record, 40 more than second-place Fabio Cannavaro, and 80 more than active leader Chiellini.
300: Gigi has recorded 300 clean sheets for the Old Lady.
640: Buffon's 640 Serie A appearances are second all time to legendary AC Milan defender Paolo Maldini (647).
656: The 2006 World Cup winner has 656 total club appearances with Juventus, second all time to Alessandro Del Piero.
974: Buffon's 974-minute stretch without conceding a league goal during the 2015-16 campaign is a Serie A record. That's obscene.
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