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Diego Milito

Diego Alberto Milito is an Argentine footballer who currently plays as a striker for Italian Serie A club Internazionale. He also plays for the Argentine national team.

Diego Milito started playing at Argentine first division Racing Club in 1999, where he won the 2001 Apertura tournament. During this time, his younger brother Gabriel played for Racing's main rival, Independiente.

At the beginning of 2004, Milito moved to Italian second division Genoa. After two very successful seasons, where he scored 33 goals in 59 matches in Italy, Genoa were relegated down to Serie C1 as a punishment for an alleged match-fixing case in the final match of the 200405 season. Due to this, Milito was forced to leave Genoa and he joined his brother Gabriel at Real Zaragoza for 5 million. Diego again showed his potential in Spain, scoring four goals in the first semi-final of the 2006 Copa del Rey to beat Real Madrid 6-1. He finished the season as Real Zaragoza's top scorer with 16 goals in the Spanish first division.

Related websites

Real Zaragosa Official website News (Spanish)

Fernandez' Argentinians lift Zaragoza

RealZaragosa Player Profile (Spanish)

Stats: Milito, the goal king

Argentina en las Eliminatorias 2003-2005

The Milito Clan

Argentina Squad

Guardian statistics

Career details

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