Aldo de Nigris

Aldo De Nigris

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Jesús Aldo de Nigris Guajardo (born July 22, 1983 in Monterrey, Nuevo León) is a Mexican footballer of Italian descent who currently plays for Rayados of Monterrey in the Mexican 1st Division and was part of the Mexican team that won the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Club career

Early career

de Nigris played for Tigres UANL early in his career. He was sold to Club Necaxa after CD Veracruz was demoted to the second division.


On December 5, 2008, CF Monterrey announced the transfer of de Nigris from Necaxa on a loan. He had played for the Rayados' youth squad before signing a professional contract for archrival Tigres.

On November 15, 2009, Aldo's brother Antonio who played for AE Larissa died from a heart attack at the age of 31. In the first game after his brother's death he dedicated his only goal to him in an Apertura 2009 playoff game against Club America on November 21, 2009 in the second minute of the second half. He then scored two goals against Toluca in the semi-final. He also scored in the final against Cruz Azul, giving Monterrey the lead, and eventually dedicating the winning championship to his late brother.

A year later, Aldo would win his second league title with Monterrey, this time against Santos Laguna.

International career

He was called up to the Mexico national football team for the friendly matches against Bolivia on February 24 and New Zealand on 3 March, 2010. Mexico defeated Bolivia 5-0, in which de Nigris entered to...
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