|Full name||Diego Forlán Corazo|
|Height||5' 10¾" (1.8 m)|
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Diego Forlán Corazo Biography:
Produced on May 19, 1979, in Montevideo, Uruguay, Diego Forln started his professional football career in Argentina. Forln won the Golden Ball Award as the top player in the 2010 FIFA World Cup and establish his nation’s record for most international appearances a year after.
Diego Martn Forln Corazo was born on May 19, 1979, in Montevideo, Uruguay. Having a dad who had been an associate of two World Cup soccerteams as well as a grandpa who’d played professionally in Argentina, Forln grew up immersed in the sport. He was likewise a gifted tennis player, but a 1991 car accident that left his sister paralyzed prompted Forln to concentrate on his football future. He joined the youth system of Club Atltico Pearol and afterwards moved to Argentina’s Club Atltico Independiente, his grandpa’s old team.
Forln made his professional debut during the 1998-99 season as well as suited up for Uruguay’s junior national team in the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship. He went to score 40 goals over 91 profession appearances for Independiente, showing a talent that attracted the attention of notable European teams.
Nevertheless, he fought to find his scoring touch for Alex Ferguson’s squad and put a disappointing 2 1/2-year tenure in England. Forln have a banner year in 2010. After scoring twice in Atltico’s Europa League final triumph, the blond-haired forward proved to be a virtual one man wrecking crew through the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Forln established a record with his 80th international appearance because of his country through the 2011 Copa Amrica, then scored twice in the closing to give Uruguay the triumph. But, the subsequent team season with Italy’s Internazionale was a letdown with Forln fighting to bring in regular playing time. After signing a three-year deal with Brazil’s Sport Club Internacional in July 2012, the expert star set his views on burnishing his remarkable international rsum by helping Uruguay qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.