Javier Zanetti -Inter Milan Captain

Javier Zanetti
Javier Zanetti
Javier Zanetti Adelmar (born in Buenos Aires, August 10, 1973, age 38 years) is the Argentina football player who plays as a defender and team captain at Inter.
At club level, Zanetti ever play for club Talleres de Remedios de Escalada (division 3) and Banfield before going to Italy is to the club Internazionale Milano in 1995. With the club he has featured as many as 454 times and scored 17 goals.

For Argentina, the player plays the body 176 cm was performed 101 times (in July 2005) and the player nicknamed Il Capitano (The Captain) or El Tractor (The Tractor) strengthen the country at the 1998 World Cup and 2002 World Cup. He is also a member of the country's Olympic team football when they won the silver medal in 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

Zanetti is famous for its adaptation to high in each defensive position. He can play wing-back position, the anchor (defensive midfielder), midfielder, as well as a winger (winger). That is why it is nicknamed El Tractor. Men who served as captain of Inter since 1998 has also got greatness in terms of dribbling. He also had a vision of a balanced offense and defense.

In addition, Zanetti, who always believed to be the mainstay since the Inter starting XI coached by Luis Suarez in 1995, a record as the player with most appearances in the history of the Nerazzurri. The man who had defended the Argentine national team since 1994 has passed the record Giuseppe Bergomi, who scored a total of 519 caps and defend the banner of La Beneamata in the period 1980-1999. Zanetti caps equate his silence with Bergomi when Inter 4-1 Bologna FC on January 16, 2011.

"I hope to be perfect at this party. Moreover, Inter will play at the Giuseppe Meazza, where I spent more than 15 years of my life." Zanetti says before playing in his Bologna vs Inter-Zanetti, who will refer to a record as the player with most caps at Inter.

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