Paolo Guerrero

Soccer Player

Paolo Guerrero was born in Lima, Peru on January 1st, 1984 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 40, Paolo Guerrero biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 1, 1984
Place of Birth
Lima, Peru
40 years old
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Association Football Player
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Paolo Guerrero Life

José Paolo Gonzales (Spanish pronunciation: [xolo pao [onsales]; born 1 January 1984), Paolo Guerrero, is a Peruvian professional footballer who competes for Campeonato Brasileiro Série Ava and Peru's national team.

Guerrero began his career in Germany before heading to Hamburger SV, scoring 47 goals in eight Bundesliga seasons. His best victories came in Brazil, where he scored the winning goal of Corinthians's 2012 FIFA Club World Cup Finals.

Guerrero has been the highest goalscorer for Peru's national team with 38 goals in 107 games since debuting at 20. He has represented them at five Copas América and one World Cup. He led them to third place in the 2011 and 2015 Copas, as well as runners-up in 2019 and was the top scorer in both of these tournaments. In addition, he is the top scoring active player in Copa América. He was one of 59 candidates for the 2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or, becoming the first Peruvian to receive the accolade. He's also the oldest Peruvian player to play in a World Cup at the age of 34 and 177 days.

neîno's 2021 was recognized as the best South American center forward in the last decade, alongside Neymar and Sergio Agüero, who competed for the podium. In addition, he was named "best center forward in America" by the newspaper El Pagan in 2012 and 2017, based on the opinions of two hundred journalists from the region. He has also been named by CONMEBOL in the teams of the tournament for 2011, 2015, and 2019 Copas América.


Paolo Guerrero Career

Club career

Guerrero was born in Lima and spent his football career in Alianza Lima's youth teams. In 2003, he signed a deal with Bayern Munich, a Bavarian giant. Guerrero played in the Regionalliga Süd in 2003-2004, where he scored 21 goals in 23 games. Claudio Pizarro, a fellow countryman, joined Bayern's first team as a member of the 2004-05 season.

Guerrero had migrated to Hamburger SV and agreed to a deal with the club until 2010. His first season was marred by an injury that took away half of his season and his low rate of work, as well as being a sub-most of the year. vendues a few goals, bringing his season total 5 goals in 20 games to an end. Bayern Munich defeated Bayern Munich 1–2 for one of these goals, leaving Bayern with no chance of returning to the UEFA Champions League. Guerrero played 29 of 34 games in the Bundesliga in 2007, his second season in Hamburg, scoring nine goals and receiving four assists, as well as being the third top scorer and a pivotal piece of the team; Rafael van der Vain (12 goals) and Ivica Oli (14 goals). He appeared in nine games, scoring five goals and receiving three assists. In the last game of the Bundesliga, he got his first hat-trick in his career, scoring the second, third, and fourth goals. With this win, they earned their fourth position and a UEFA Cup spot for next season.

Guerrero had been Germany's first choice striker by the 2008-09 season by the time. Coach Martin Jol even said that Guerrero might not have to have even a cold during the season. Guerrero was fined a club record (somewhere in the region of €50,000–100,000) in April 2010, where Guerrero threw his drink bottle into the audience, stabbing the spectator in the chest. Guerrero was banned from five league games and fined €20,000 by the German Football Association (DFB), which was fined €20,000.

Guerrero joined Brazilian club Corinthians on July 13 for a three-year contract for a fee of R$7.5 million. He scored both of their goals in the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup, once in the semi-finals against Al Ahly SC and the winning goal against Chelsea in the final.

Guerrero was the first Peruvian footballer to be featured on the front page of Brazil's top football newspaper in May 2013. The cover featured him as a warrior ("guerreiro" is a Portuguese word that means "warrior") right out of battle, with blood on his legs and carrying the Corinthians flag.

Corinthians won the 2013 Recopa Sudamericana, defeating city rivals So Paulo FC 3-1 on aggregate. Guerrero won by 2–1 away in the first leg, with a score of 2–1 as a result.

Guerrero and Corinthians were unable to reach an agreement on the renegotiation of his pact, which was set to end on July 15th. Corinthians' last game was against Fluminense on May 24th. Three days later, Corinthians revealed his resignation.

Guerrero was confirmed by Frida on May 29th, 2015, after playing for Peru in the Copa América in Chile.

Guerrero scored both of Flamengo's goals in a 2–1 victory over Botafogo and a further goal in the second leg of the final to win 3-1 on aggregate over Fluminense in the Maracan.

Guerrero completed his three-year service with S.C. Internacional on August 12, 2018 after leaving Flamengo on a free transfer. To celebrate the last time Inter won the Campeonato Brasileiro, he was given the number 79. However, his FIFA ban was upheld days before he was set to play his first match until April 2019.

Guerrero's number increased from 79 to 91 in 2019 due to Leandro Damio's resignation. Guerrero made his Interneon debut against Caxias on April 6th, scoring in the 2–0 semi-finals, after his ban came. He made his Copa Libertadores debut against Palestino of Chile, where he scored twice.

Guerrero left Internacional on a "mutual deal" on October 26th, 2021.

Guerrero joined Brazilian Série Ava for the remainder of the 2022 season on July 2122.

International career

Guerrero's national career began in 2001, where he won gold with the U-17 team. His time with the senior team began in a disastrous 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign, but he was able to score twice for the national teamsurprisingly. In Lima's Estadio Nacional, his first goal was the winner over Chile. It was followed by a first-minute goal in the upcoming match against Ecuador at the same venue, but the Ecuadorians recovered to win a 2–2 away draw. Guerrero defeated Uruguay 3–0 in the first round of the 2007 Copa América in Mérida, Venezuela, as Peru advanced to the quarter-finals.

Guerrero was disqualified from Peru's first two 2010 World Cup qualifying games due to injury. During the match against Uruguay in June 2008, FIFA sanctioned Peru for six games for insulting the referee. José del Solar was brought to Uruguay by Uruguayan boss Sergio Markarián and Guerrero after Peru's horrific qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. Guerrero played as the team's starting striker in the tournament and scored five times, making him the tournament's top scorer, one against Uruguay and Mexico, and a hat-trick against Venezuela in the third place play-off match, which Peru defeated 4–1.

Guerrero scored a hat-trick in a 3–1 victory over Bolivia in the quarter-finals in Temuco during the 2015 Copa América decipher. He scored his second goal in Peru's 2–0 victory over Paraguay in the third place play-off, bringing Peru to third place and finishing as a joint top-goalscorer with Chile's Eduardo Vargas.

Guerrero won by 1–0 over Peru on June 4, 2016, after scoring against Haiti in a 1–0 victory at the Copa América Centenario.

Guerrero made 17 appearances and scored five goals in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying season, assisting Peru in securing a spot in the play-offs. Guerrero had failed the doping control test after the match against Argentina in the previous month for what was first identified as a social drug, according to the newspaper on November 3rd. He was given a 30-day suspension from FIFA, causing him to miss the World Cup play-off match against New Zealand, which was ultimately won by Peru.

Guerrero had tested positive for benzoylecgonine, the primary metabolite of cocaine, on December 8th, 2017. As a result, he was banned from all sports for one year, implying that he would not have been eligible to attend the 2018 FIFA World Cup. On appeal, the ban was reduced 12 days later. Guerrero's lawyers had argued that the failed test resulted from the consumption of a traditional coca tea, using forensic analysis of the Children of Llullaillaco as evidence.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld the appeal brought by the World Anti-Doping Agency on May 14, extending the suspension to 14 months and effectively leaving him out of the tournament. Guerrero did not intend to enhance results, but it said he was at fault even if not significantly.

Guerrero will play at the 2018 FIFA World Cup after the Swiss Federal Tribunal temporarily lifted the ban on May 31, 2018.

Guerrero made his comeback in the 3–0 friendly victory over Saudi Arabia on June 3ro after a seven-month absence from the national team scoring twice.

A 2018 study by investigative journalists of German broadcasting station ARD revealed doping in Brazil, including physician Mohamad Barakat who allegedly treated Guerrero and who had already met him many years ago.

Guerrero made his World Cup debut on June 16, 2018, after losing 1–0 to Denmark in the 1–0 loss. In Peru's 2–0 victory over Australia in the team's final group match, he assisted André Carrillo's goal, which was Peru's first World Cup goal in 36 years, and scored his second goal. He became the first Peruvian player to compete in a FIFA World Cup at the age of 34 and 177 days.

Guerrero was selected in Rigo Gareca's final 23-man squad for the 2019 Copa América in Brazil in May. Peru's second group game of the tournament, John Henson, scored the first goal on June 18th, defeating Bolivia 3–1. Guerrero scored the final goal of a 3–0 victory over defending champions Chile on July 3rd, allowing Peru to reach the semifinals for the first time since 1975.

Guerrero scored the temporary equalizer from the penalty spot in the first half of the 2019 Copa América Final against Brazil on July 7th; the match eventually ended in a 3–1 victory over Brazil. Guerrero finished the tournament as the top scorer with three goals, alongside Brazil's Everton Soares, who won the Golden Boot Award despite having less minutes than the Peruvian throughout the tournament.

Guerrero made his 100th international appearance for Peru against Uruguay on October 11, 2019.