Marcelo Salas Saying Goodbye to the legend from Chile

June 4, 2009 | Filed Under: World Box Update 
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marcelo-salas Marcelo Salas everyone should remember the name a real tiger from chile and great goalscorer in his time a player that always gave 110% for his country . Salas debuted playing for the Universidad de Chile in 1993. In 1996, Salas went on to play with River Plate of the Argentine first division. That year also, he helped his team in Chile win the national championship. In 1998, he participated with Chile in the World Cup, after his run at River Plate was over

Salas then played in Italy for five years, three with S.S. Lazio (1998-2001) and two with Juventus (2001-03), before coming back to River Plate. With the Chilean national team, he has 35 goals (a national record) in 65 games (as of May 2005)

Football waved goodbye to the legend this week as he played a testimonial in front of 50,000 at Santiago’s National Stadium and he went out in style with a hatrick on the day! Partner in crime legend Ivan Zamarano, and the ‘Friends of Salas’ XI that included Uruguayans Enzo Francescoli and Paolo Montero, Argentine pairing of Ariel Ortega and Leonardo Rodriguez and Frenchman David Trezeguet all played.Every player had the magic number 11 on the back to pay respect to a true great see the highlights of the game below

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