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Claudio Pizarro
Bayern Munich C. Pizarro 002
Personal information
Full name Claudio Miguel Pizarro Bosio
Date of birth 3 October 1978 (1978-10-03) (age 41)
Place of birth    Callao, Flag of Peru Peru
Height 1.84 m (6 ft +12 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Germany Bayern Munich
Number 14
Youth clubs
1991-1995 Flag of Peru Cantolao
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1996-1997
1997-1999
1999-2001
2001-2007
2007-2009
2008-2009
2009-2012
2012-
Flag of Peru Deportivo Pesquero
Flag of Peru Alianza Lima
Germany Werder Bremen
Germany Bayern Munich
England Chelsea
GermanyWerder Bremen (loan)
Germany Werder Bremen
Germany Bayern Munich
041 0(11)
044 0(25)
056 0(29)
174 0(71)
021 00(2)
026 0(17)
077 0(43)
039 0(16)   
National team
1999- Flag of Peru Peru 071 0(19)


Honours

Clubs

Bayern Munich
Werder Bremen

Individual

Individual
  • 2005 Best Iberoamerican Football Player in Europe
  • UEFA Europa League top scorer: 2010
  • DFB-Pokal top scorer: 2005, 2006
  • Top foreign scorer in German football history
  • Ninth all-time top scorer in Bundesliga

External links

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Bayern München squad - 2020–21

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UEFA Europa League top scorers

1972: Bründl  · 1973: Heynckes/Jeuring  · 1974: Schoenmaker  · 1975: Heynckes  · 1976: Geels  · 1977: Bowles  · 1978: Deykers/Ponte  · 1979: Simonsen  · 1980: Hoeneß/Nickel  · 1981: Wark  · 1982: Nilsson  · 1983: Giresse/Vandenbergh  · 1984: Nyilasi  · 1985: Bahtić/Bannister  · 1986: Allofs  · 1987: Cascavel/Houtman/Kieft/Rantanen  · 1988: Brylle/Saravakos  · 1989: Gütschow  · 1990: Götz/Riedle  · 1991: Völler  · 1992: Saunders  · 1993: Baticle  · 1994: Bergkamp/Schmitt  · 1995: Kirsten  · 1996: Klinsmann  · 1997: Ganz  · 1998: Guivarc'h  · 1999: Chiesa/Kulawik  · 2000: Kovačević  · 2001: Berbatov/Bolo  · 2002: van Hooijdonk  · 2003: Derlei/Larsson  · 2004: Anderson  · 2005: Shearer  · 2006: Delgado  · 2007: Pandiani  · 2008: Pogrebnyak/Toni  · 2009: Vágner Love  · 2010: Cardozo/Pizarro  · 2011: Falcao  · 2012: Falcao  · 2013: Kozák  · 2014: Soriano  ·

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