Pablo Piatti

Pablo Piatti

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Pablo Daniel Piatti (born 31 March 1989 in Ucacha, Córdoba) is an Argentine footballer who plays for Valencia CF in Spain.

He operates mainly as a left winger, but can also play as a second striker or a forward.

Club career


A product of Estudiantes de La Plata's youth ranks, Piatti made the headlines when coach Diego Simeone gave him his first opportunity against Newell's Old Boys on 18 November 2006, as the player was just 17. He scored the winning goal (2–1) deep into injury time, and became one of the heroes of Estudiantes' championship-winning team.

Piatti made the side's starting eleven in the 2007 Clausura tournament, alongside midfielders José Luis Calderón, Juan Sebastián Verón and José Ernesto Sosa.


After making 60 appearances in all competitions for Estudiantes in two years, he was sold to UD Almería in Spain, for an undisclosed fee.;, 18 June 2008 Initially an undisputed starter, notably netting in a 1–1 home tie against Real Madrid, he struggled after the arrival, midway through his first season, of Mexican coach Hugo Sánchez.

In 2009–10, without the presence of striker Álvaro Negredo, Piatti was much more depended upon in goalscoring matters and netted seven times in 35 matches, joint-second in the team, as it finished in 13th position. On 23 September 2009, he opened and closed the scoresheet in a 2–2 draw at Atlético Madrid;...
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