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Lucas Biglia
Biglia
Personal information
Full name Lucas Rodrigo Biglia
Date of birth 30 January 1986 (1986-01-30) (age 34)
Place of birth    Mercedes, Flag of Argentina Argentina
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Milan
Number 21
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2004-2005
2005-2006
2006-2013
2013-2017
2017-
Flag of Argentina Argentinos Juniors
Flag of Argentina Independiente
Belgium Anderlecht
Flag of Italy Lazio
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17 (1)
49 (0)
221 (12)
109 (13)
37 (1)   
National team
2011- Flag of Argentina Argentina 58 (1)
Lucas Rodrigo Biglia (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈlukaz roˈðɾiɣo ˈβiɣlja];[a] Italian: [ˈbiʎʎa];[4] born 30 January 1986)[5] is an Argentine professional footballer who plays for Italian club Milan as a midfielder.

Formerly of Argentinos Juniors and Independiente, he spent seven seasons with Anderlecht, where he made 312 appearances in the Belgian Pro League, winning four league titles. He later spent four seasons with Italian side Lazio, before joining Milan in 2017.

Biglia's first senior international call-up for Argentina was in 2011 and he previously played for the Argentina U20 national team, who won the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship.[6] He represented his nation at two FIFA World Cups, reaching the final of the 2014 edition of the tournament, and in three Copa América tournaments, winning runners-up medals in the 2015 and 2016 editions of the tournament. He retired from international football after the 2018 FIFA World Cup, with 58 caps and 1 goal.

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Argentina – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Runner up

1. Romero 2. Garay 3. Campagnaro 4. Zabaleta 5. Gago 6. Biglia 7. Di María 8. Pérez 9. Higuaín 10. Messi (c) 11. Rodríguez 12. Orión 13. A. Fernández 14. Mascherano 15. Demichelis 16. Rojo 17. F. Fernández 18. Palacio 19. Álvarez 20. Agüero 21. Andújar 22. Lavezzi 23. Basanta

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Argentina – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Round of 16

1. Guzmán 2. Mercado 3. Tagliafico 4. Ansaldi 5. Biglia 6. Fazio 7. Banega 8. Acuña 9. Higuaín 10. Messi (c) 11. Di María 12. Armani 13. Meza 14. Mascherano 15. Lanzini* 15. Pérez* 16. Rojo 17. Otamendi 18. Salvio 19. Agüero 20. Lo Celso 21. Dybala 22. Pavón 23. Caballero

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