Salvadore Schillaci was more commonly and fondly known as Toto. This former Italian soccer player began his moderate football career in 1982. But, he is remembered as the surprise star of the World Cup Ilatia 1990. Though he started off in the tournament as a substitute player in the first match, he brought on quite a surprise with his 6 goals throughout World Cup, thus paving his way to the Golden Boot, as well as the Golden Ball beating LotharMatthäus and Diego Maradona. He had an Australian thoroughbred racehorse named after him. But, this was his ‘one hit’, and managed just seven goals for his country in his entire career. In four seasons of league football, he scored five-six goals in each whole campaign. He retired in 1997.