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Brazil forward Leandro Damiao hailed strike partner Diego Forlan after the pair netted three goals between them in Internacional`s 4-1 victory over Juventude. The Uruguay frontman scored a double while Damiao struck one and set up two during the
Ex-Manchester United star Diego Forlan enjoying life in Brazil Former Manchester United striker Diego Forlan reflects on a career that has taken him around Europe, to a World Cup semi-final, and back to his native South America.
Uruguay striker Diego Forlan struck twice as Internacional progressed to the final of Brazil`s Piratina Cup with a 2-0 victory over Esportivo. The 33-year-old netted either side of half-time at the Centenario Stadium Sunday to take his 2013 tally to
The Italian Serie A club is looking for a possible replacement for Uruguayan forward Edinson Cavani, who is on the radar of Manchester City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, reports Xinhua. Damiao, 23, is considered one of Brazil's most promising
Suggested Topics The chances of Leandro Damiao moving to Tottenham look to have receded yet further after the Brazillian said he expected to stay at Internacional for a long time. Tottenham were heavily linked with a move for the striker during the
Forlan joined the club six months ago but failed to recapture the form that won him the best player award at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He found the back of the net on just five occasions in 19 games, reports Xinhua. Now, with a full pre-
AC Milan's unsettled and injury-dogged Brazil striker Pato has been linked to a move to Sao Paulo club Corinthians. Milan CEO Adriano Galliani is set to seal the deal with the Club World Cup winners on January 3, Brazilian media said Thursday.
Brazilian top-flight club Internacional is this week expected to appoint former Brazil coach Dunga for the 2013 season. Dunga, a member of Brazil's 1994 World Cup-winning team, has not coached since his sacking following the Selecao's quarterfinal
Brazil international striker Leandro Damiao has revealed his desire to be reunited with former Internacional teammate Oscar in Europe. The pair's lethal two-year partnership with the Brazilian top-flight club ended in July when Oscar signed with
Uruguay striker Diego Forlan is trying to turn goals into fan support in Brazil. Forlan, voted the best player at the 2010 World Cup, has been criticized by Internacional fans for not playing up to expectations after arriving as one of the Brazilian