Pablo Daniel Osvaldo

Pablo Daniel Osvaldo

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Pablo Daniel Osvaldo

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Pablo Daniel Osvaldo (born January 12, 1986 in Capital Federal, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine-born Italian footballer, currently playing for RCD Espanyol.

Club career

Osvaldo made his competitive football debut in the Argentine 2nd Division for Club Atlético Huracán in 2005. After less than a year he was signed by Italian side Atalanta, where he played only three matches with a single goal in the Serie B 2005–06. In 2006 Atalanta agreed to a co-ownership deal which sent the player to Lecce, another Serie B team, where Osvaldo had the opportunity to play regularly, scoring eight goals in 31 appearances with the giallorossi. Following such a fairly impressive season, Atalanta regained the full player's property and sold him to Fiorentina for €4.5 million. He played his first Serie A match on September 29, 2007, scoring two goals in a 3–0 away win to Livorno.

On March 2, 2008 he headed in a cross from team mate Papa Waigo N'Diaye to give Fiorentina a 3–2 win in stoppage time over their fiercest rivals, Juventus. He was then sent off for his goal celebration, after having been booked earlier in the match, when he removed his team jersey and pretended to machine gun his own fans in a similar fashion to Fiorentina legend Gabriel Batistuta's goal celebration. His most important goals was 5 spectacular overhead kick's against Manchester United on May 18, 2008. The victory of that match allowed Fiorentina to finish two points ahead of Milan and...
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