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Profile of the Argentinian footballer Rodrigo Palacio, who currently plays as a forward at Inter Milan. The 34-year old player Palacio joined Inter from and wears the number 8 shirt.

Rodrigo Palacio
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Rodrigo Palacio Career
2005–2009Boca Juniors131(54)


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Rodrigo Palacio : Inter Milan News
“On this day 25 years ago, Beppe Bergomi and Lothar Matthäus scored to hand the Nerazzurri a 2-0 victory over Lecce in Serie A MILAN – It’s Throwback Thursday time again, and this week we’re revisiting Inter’s 2-0 Serie A win at Lecce on 26 May 1991.”
“There are question marks over the futures of the six strikers that remain at Inter with Rodrigo Palacio the only one certain to be wearing the nerazzurri shirt next season.”
 CalcioMercato.com 5 days ago
“Let’s take a look back at the highlights of the Argentine striker’s 2015/16 campaign, as a host of impressive performances saw him seal a contract extension MILAN – Thirty appearances, three goals, several assists and a series of quality performances”
“Which Inter player completed the most passes, put in the most crosses and won the most balls in Serie A 2015/16? All that and more in Opta's stats round-up MILAN - Inter ended 2015/16 in fourth place which means a return to European football next season.”
“Mohamed Salah put them in front in the first half with Stephan El Shaarawy scoring against his parent club after the break and Emerson adding a third before Carlos Bacca's 86th-minute consolation for Milan stay calm.”
 Skyliner 12 days ago
“Inter conceded three goals in the first half, something they had only done this season against Fiorentina on September 27. Rodrigo Palacio got two Serie A goals A record with 22 clean sheets, set by Milan in 1993-94 and the Bianconeri in 2013-14.”
 Football Italia 15 days ago
“twice for Sassuolo as they beat 10-man Inter Milan 3-1. Politano's first-half double, in minutes six and 39, either side of Lorenzo Pellegrini's effort put Sassuolo in control.”
 Sporting Life 16 days ago
“Lorenzo Pellegrini 26 Inter Milan 1 Rodrigo Palacio 31 Red Card: Jeison Murillo 61 Halftime: 3-1;Attendance: 15,000 - - - Napoli 4 Marek Hamsik 44, Gonzalo Higuain 52,62,71 Frosinone 0 Red Card: Mirko Gori 13 Halftime: 1-0;Attendance: 60,000 - - - Juventus”
 Daily Mail 16 days ago
“The Old Lady kick off proceedings at the Juventus Stadium, with Patrice Evra heading the hosts in front after just five minutes of play, before Milan Skriniar only for Rodrigo Palacio to reduce the deficit in the 31st minute.”
 Female First 16 days ago
“Eusebio Di Francesco's side will have to wait until the Coppa Italia final between AC Milan and Juventus home by Lorenzo Pellegrini. Inter finally responded as Eder and Stevan Jovetic saw efforts stopped, but Rodrigo Palacio would finally fire home.”
 Marca 16 days ago
Rodrigo Palacio Career Honours
  • Boca Juniors: Primera Division (3): 2005 Apertura, 2006 Clausura, 2008 Apertura, Runner-up 2006 Apertura, 2007 Clausura, 2008 Clausura
  • Boca Juniors: Copa Libertadores : 2007
  • Boca Juniors: Copa Sudamericana : 2005
  • Boca Juniors: Recopa Sudamericana (3): 2005, 2006, 2008
  • Boca Juniors: FIFA Club World Cup: Runner-up 2007
  • Country: Copa America: Runner-up 2007
  • Country: FIFA World Cup: Runner-up 2014
  • South American Team of the Year: 2005, 2006
  • Primera Division top scorer: 2006 Apertura
  • FIFA Club World Cup: Bronze Ball 2007

    Source: wikipedia.org

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