Oribe Peralta

Soccer Player

Oribe Peralta was born in Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico on January 12th, 1984 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 40, Oribe Peralta biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 12, 1984
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Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico
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$9 Million
Association Football Player
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Oribe Peralta Life

Oribe Peralta Morones (born 12 January 1984) is a Mexican professional footballer who currently plays as a forward for Liga MX club Guadalajara. Peralta began his professional career with Morelia in 2003.

He later played for León and Monterrey in 2004 and 2006.

Peralta was then sold to Santos Laguna, then loaned out to Chiapas in 2008.

After he returned from loan, Peralta was a mainstay with Santos Laguna for the next five years, playing in over 200 matches and scoring over 80 goals. Peralta made his senior international debut in 2005, though he did not receive call-ups consistently until 2011, being one of the over-aged reinforcements who won the 2011 Pan American Games with the under-22 squad.

He scored two goals in the gold medal match at the 2012 Olympic football tournament against Brazil, which was the first Olympic gold medal for Mexico in football.

He also participated in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, Copa America Centenario, 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, the 2014, and 2018 FIFA World Cup.

He retired from the national team following the 2018 World Cup.

Early life

Peralta was born in a small town of La Partida, near Torreón, Coahuila, to Miguel Ángel Peralta and Julieta Morones, and was the oldest of four brothers.

At the age of 13, Peralta joined his first football team Los Vagos from his home town. In 1998, when he was in high school, he made the official town team of La Partida to play against other Municipalities in Torreon. He managed to join CESIFUT (Centro de Sinergia Futbolista) [Synergy Center of Football] after having recovered from a broken tibia and fibula which left him immobile for a year. After months of recuperation, Peralta managed to get into Alacranes de Durango, a professional team in the Liga Premier de México and drew the attention of C.D. Guadalajara's head coach Oscar Ruggeri, who took him to Guadalajara for a trial. He would then receive an invitation from Monarcas Morelia, where manager Rubén Omar Romano gave him a try out with the team in which he debuted.

Personal life

Peralta is known to be a devout Catholic.


Oribe Peralta Career

Club career

Oribe Peralta, a native of Torres, made his league debut for Monarcas Morelia on February 22, 2003, starting as a replacement in the second half of a league match against Club América, which resulted in a 1–2 loss. Perpeta then played his second match of his first season against Cruz Azul. Perpeta did not see any action for the next two seasons and was moved to León of the second division's second division. He made 33 appearances and scored ten goals during his time with the club, winning the Clausura tournament in 2004.

Perpeta left León after playing for them for the next two seasons. In the 2–6 loss, Perpeta made his Montere debut against UANL as a replacement in the second half. After coming in as a replacement and scoring his second goal of the match against Cruz Azul, Montery won the match 3–0, in his second match of his career in the first division. Perpeta's first season ended with five goals in 22 games and advanced to the final. Montery will face UNAM in a match that will be insurgent.

Perta began his second season with the club as a replacement. He was used as a replacement for the next four games until he made his second appearance against Puebla, scoring his second goal of the season. He had four goals on the season. Persecutors saw less playing time in the next two seasons, with just two goals in 22 games.

Montertadors loaned Perpeta to Guadalajara in 2005 as a retort to the 2005 Copa Libertadores tournament. He only played in four games and did not score any goals.

Perpeta moved to Santos Laguna in 2006. In his first game of the season, he made his debut against Montery, his former team. Perpeta ended the season with 9 goals in 17 games and 7 assists.

Perpeta was loaned out for the Clausura tournament by Jaguares in 2009. He had a fruitful loan stint with Jaguares, scoring 12 goals in 35 appearances.

Perpeta returned to Santos Laguna in 2010 after a fruitful loan period. During his time with Santos Laguna, he scored 82 goals in 225 games, as well as winning the Clausura 2008 and 2012 championships. Perpeta has also helped Santos reach the CONCACAF Champions League finals on two occasions in the last two years. In 2013, he was also named CONCACAF Player of the Year for his outstanding results. Perpeta was the top scorer of the 2011–12 CONCACAF Champions League with 7 goals in 8 games, assisting his team in reaching the finals against Monterey, which they lost. He scored his last goal for Santos, giving them the 2–1 lead against Veracruz on April 26, 2014, on April 26. The match came to a 2–2 draw.

Perpeta won by 4–2 over Pachuca in Perpeto Corona on May 10th, 2014, his last game for Santos Laguna.

Perpeta was sold to Club América ahead of the Apertura tournament, which was announced on May 13, 2014. Despite the fact that the transfer was undisclosed, América paid Perpeta the most expensive in Mexican football history at the time, as well as receiving a monthly salary of US$2.5 million.

Perpeta made his league debut on July 19th, helping Osvaldo Martnez's first goal in América's 2–1 victory over León. Perpetuta scored his first goal for América in the 4–0 victory over Puebla at the Estadio Cuauhtémoc on August 2nd. Persua won the league championship with América after beating Tigres UANL 3–1 on aggregate in the second leg, with Perez scoring the third and final goal.

Perpetra scored his first hat-trick for America in a 3–1 victory over Toluca on July 23, 2016, in the second game of the Apertura tournament. Perpeta returned to América on September 10th after suffering a fractured ankle at the Summer Olympics against Cruz Azul, scoring the first goal for América as they came back from a 0–3 deficit to win the match 4–3.

Perpeta was appointed team captain ahead of the 2017 Clausura tournament, after Rubens Sambueza and Moisés Muz's departures, who had both served as captain and vice president respectively, as captain and vice-captain. With eight goals, he was the team's top goal scorer of the tournament, although América did not qualify for the playoffs.

In a 1-1 draw with Tijuana on September 15, Perpeta scored his 50th league goal with Club América.

Oribe Peralta won his second Liga MX title with Club América, beating Cruz Azul 2–0 in the final at the Estadio Azteca on May 26, 2018.

Perpeta returned to Guadalajara in 2019 after the team recalled the veteran forward from rival club América, sparking controversies. With the possibility of a third year, the 35-year-old committed to a two-year deal with Guadalajara. He would score his first goal in a Copa MX match against Correcantia UAT on October 1st, winning the match 2–0. Persua Perez scored what would be his last goal as a professional footballer in a 2–2 draw against Atlético San Luis on January 31, 2020.

Pereza resigned from professional football on January 12, 2022.

International career

Perpeta was selected by Luis Fernando Tena as one of three over-aged replacements for the 2011 Pan American Games. Mexico won the gold medal with Perpeta finishing as the tournament's top scorer with six goals. Perpetua scored his first goal in a 2–1 victory over Ecuador on October 19th at the start of the tournament. He scored a goal in the match against Trinidad and Tobago, which resulted in a 1–1 draw. Perpeta scored a goal in Mexico's 5–2 victory in the third match against Uruguay on October 23rd. Pereza scored a hat-trick against Costa Rica to advance to the final against Argentina, which Mexico defeated with a score of 1–0.

Persua Pereira, a coach, was once more called up to the London summer Olympics as one of the three over-age replacements for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Perez appeared in all of Mexico's games, playing a key role in the game's semi-finals against Japan by scoring in the 65th minute of the game to go up 2–1. Perpeta scored in the first 29 seconds of the match against Brazil, being aided by Javier Aquino, making it the fastest goal of the Olympics and in any FIFA tournament final. Persua scored his second goal in the 75th minute, and Marco Fabian's free-kick added to it. Mexico won the match 2–1. Perpetual made six appearances and was the tournament's third-best goalscorer, as well as Mexico's top scorer with four goals in 529 minutes played.

Persecutors Perez was named one of the three over-aged athletes to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 7. Perpeta was appointed captain and scored the first goal in Mexico's 2–2 draw against Germany on August 4th. Perpetua was ruled out of the national squad after suffering a fractured nose during Mexico's match against Fiji on August 7.

During a friendly match against Argentina on March 9, Perpeta made his debut for Mexico as a late replacement. He was involved in the preparations for the 2006 World Cup but did not make the final squad.

Perpeta was called up by coach Luis Fernando Tena as one of the Mexican team's five over-aged reinforcements, made up mainly of players under the age of 22 who competed in the 2011 Copa América, though he had limited time as a reserve.

Peregrina returned to the national team after six years in a game that ended in a 1–1 draw. Due to injury, he did not compete in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup or the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Perpeta was selected for the final 23-man roster for the 2014 FIFA World Cup by coach Miguel Herrera on May 8, 2014. On June 13th, he scored his only goal in Mexico's debut match against Cameroon, bouncing on the rebound after goalkeeper Charles Itandje parried Giovani dos Santos' shot after 61 minutes.

Perpeta defeated Cuba 6–0 in Chicago on July 9, 2015, giving the tournament a hat-trick; he also scored in the Final, a 3–1 victory over Jamaica in Philadelphia.

Perpeta revealed that he would withdraw from the national team after being included in Mexico's preliminary squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. On June 4, he was announced in the final 23-man roster.