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Dario Cvitanich

Dario Cvitanich (born 16 May 1984 in Baradero) is an Argentine-Croatian football striker who plays for Pachuca on loan from Ajax.

Cvitanich signed for AFC Ajax, although he did not leave Banfield until the end of the 2008 season. He was labelled the successor to Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and scored his first goal against NAC Breda on December 12, 2008. Following the match against NAC, Cvitanich scored his first brace and his first hat-trick in subsequent weeks against De Graafschap and ADO Den Haag. He scored his first hat-trick of the 2009/10 season against NAC Breda.

Cvitanich was born in Argentina with distant Croatian heritage. He established himself as a quality footballer in his home country playing for Banfield in the Argentinian Primera Division. After much consideration he eventually pledged to play for the Croatia national team, stating that "such an opportunity only comes once and you must take it".

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Career statistics

Argentine Primera statistics

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