Spanish footballer (born 1985)

Roberto Soldado

Soldado lining up for Spain in 2013

Personal information
Full proper name Roberto Soldado Rillo[1]
Engagement of nascency
(1985-05-27)
27 May 1985
(age 36)

[2]
Place of birth Valencia, Spain[two]
Height 1.79 thousand (v ft 10 in)[2]
Position(south) Striker
Club information

Current team

Levante
Number sixteen
Youth career
1990–2000 Don Bosco
2000–2002 Real Madrid
Senior career*
Years Team
Apps
(Gls)
2002–2006 Real Madrid B 120 (63)
2005–2008 Real Madrid 16 (2)
2006–2007 → Osasuna (loan) 30 (11)
2008–2010 Getafe threescore (29)
2010–2013 Valencia 101 (59)
2013–2015 Tottenham Hotspur 52 (7)
2015–2017 Villarreal 38 (9)
2017–2019 Fenerbahçe 47 (15)
2019–2021 Granada 62 (xvi)
2021– Levante 12 (1)
National team
2001 Spain U15 2 (0)
2001–2003 Espana U17 18 (12)
2003 Spain U18 3 (3)
2002–2004 Spain U19 9 (v)
2004–2007 Spain U21 9 (vi)
2007–2013 Spain 12 (7)

Honours

Representing



Kingdom of spain

FIFA Confederations Cup
Runner-up 2013 Brazil
UEFA European Under-nineteen Championship
Winner 2004 Switzerland

* Senior social club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct equally of 23:55, 22 January 2022 (UTC)

Roberto Soldado Rillo
(Spanish pronunciation:
[roˈβeɾto solˈdaðo ˈriʎo]; born 27 May 1985) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for La Liga club Levante as a striker.

Afterward emerging through Real Madrid’s youth arrangement, he went on to announced in only 27 official matches for the beginning team (four goals). Notwithstanding, he became a more regular La Liga thespian and goalscorer for Osasuna, Getafe and Valencia, and secured a £26 million move to Tottenham Hotspur. After two unsuccessful seasons in England, he returned to the Castilian height sectionalisation with Villarreal.[3]

An international since 2007, Soldado represented Spain at the 2013 Confederations Cup.

Guild career

[edit]

Real Madrid

[edit]

Born in Valencia, Soldado joined Real Madrid at the age of 15 from native region modest club CF Don Bosco. After years of prolific goalscoring with the former’southward reserves, he made his commencement-team debut on 23 Oct 2005 against Valencia CF, playing 18 minutes in a 1–2 dwelling house loss.[4]
Previously, on 28 September, he had scored an 86th-minute winner after just 6 minutes on the pitch in the grouping phase of the UEFA Champions League against Olympiakos FC (2–i home win),[5]
adding a tardily equaliser against CA Osasuna[6]
and another in a iii–2 victory at Racing de Santander every bit Real finished second in the league,[seven]
also netting in the 4–0 defeat of Athletic Bilbao in the Copa del Rey.[eight]

In 2005–06, with Castilla, Soldado scored xix goals in Segunda División – two penalties – to become joint-2nd highest goalscorer alongside Ciudad de Murcia’southward José Juan Luque, one behind Ikechukwu Uche of Recreativo de Huelva.[9]
On 24 July 2006, he officially became the outset member of Real Madrid to go out under new director Fabio Capello and new president Ramón Calderón, moving to fellow La Liga side Osasuna on a season-long loan; he stated: “The idea is to leave and take a practiced season with a first division team scoring goals, and to develop as a footballer”.[10]
His new team had finished quaternary in the previous campaign to earn themselves a place in the third qualifying round of the Champions League, hence he chose them over a number of other Spanish clubs competing for his presence. “The following year I want to return to the Real first team. I chose Osasuna considering it gives me the chance to play in the Champions League”, he said to Real Madrid’s website subsequently his signing; he finished with a total of 13 goals in all competitions, making him the Navarrese’south top scorer.[11]

Soldado returned to Real Madrid where, on eleven July 2007, he renewed his contract until 30 June 2012.[12]
In a 21 July interview with Spanish newspaper
Diario AS, he revealed that he would exist wearing number 9 shirt in his second stint: “During the preseason I’ll be number ix, the number I’ve ever dreamed of. When I step onto the pitch at the Bernabéu I’ll call back all the hard work it took to get here”.[13]
However, he finished the season with but five league appearances (ane start, at Deportivo de La Coruña), the second with fewer minutes for the league champions.[14]
[15]

Getafe

[edit]

In tardily July 2008, Soldado was sold to Getafe CF for €four meg, signing a four-twelvemonth bargain with the club from the Madrid outskirts[xvi]
similar sometime Real player Esteban Granero the previous calendar week. He scored his first goal for them on xix October in a 2–1 abroad loss against Málaga CF,[17]
adding two in another away defeat, with Osasuna (5–two), ii months afterward;[18]
in between, he was sent off in a 0–three home loss to Valencia for a headbutt on Carlos Marchena.[19]

On 25 January 2009, Soldado netted a hat-play a trick on every bit an early substitute, in a 5–ane home win over Sporting de Gijón.[twenty]
On 22 March, as Getafe struggled in the league, he scored twice to secure some other dwelling victory, 2–ane against Recreativo de Huelva.[21]
The following calendar month he opened a 3–two abroad defeat confronting his first employers.[22]

Soldado started 2009–10 in impressive fashion, putting iii goals past Racing Santander in a 4–1 abroad win.[23]
Later on a long scoring drought, he added iii more than confronting newly promoted Xerez CD, in a 5–1 habitation victory.[24]

On 19 Dec 2009, Soldado took his league tally to x afterward scoring twice in a 2–1 defeat of Sevilla FC; with this accomplishment, he became Getafe’s best ever scorer in the outset division, surpassing Manu del Moral and Dani Güiza.[25]
He missed one calendar month of competition due to injury but, in his return to activity, scored from a cycle boot, earning his side a point in the 1–1 home describe with Gijón.[26]

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Valencia

[edit]

Soldado playing for Valencia in August 2011

In early on June 2010, after a successful year – xvi league goals, and qualification to the UEFA Europa League – Soldado returned to his hometown and signed for Valencia for €10 million, replacing FC Barcelona-bound David Villa.[27]
In his showtime official game, on 14 September, in the Champions League group phase, he contributed one goal in the
Che’due south four–0 win at Bursaspor.[28]
When the two teams met at the Mestalla Stadium in Nov, he netted two more in a 6–ane victory.[29]

On 2 April 2011, Soldado scored all of Valencia’s goals in a 4–2 away defeat of erstwhile society Getafe.[thirty]
In the next fixture, a local derby against Villarreal CF, he netted ii more in a five–0 abode thrashing,[31]
and finished the flavour as joint-fourth top scorer equally his team ranked third and qualified to the Champions League.

In his first game of 2011–12, Soldado scored 4 goals against Racing Santander (one in his ain net) in an eventual four–3 home win – his terminal 2 arrived in the concluding three minutes.[32]
In tardily November 2011, in two home games separated past but five days, he added five more: 2 in a 2–3 home loss to Real Madrid[33]
and 3 in a 7–0 Champions League rout of Thousand.R.C. Genk.[34]

Soldado scored his 25th competitive goal of the campaign on 18 March 2012, netting all of his team’southward in a 3–0 win at Bilbao.[35]
In late June, he extended his contract until 2017.[36]

On 23 October 2012, Soldado scored a lid-pull a fast one on against FC BATE Borisov in a 3–0 victory in the Champions League group stage in Minsk.[37]

Tottenham Hotspur

[edit]

Valencia agreed a deal with Tottenham Hotspur for the transfer of Soldado on 1 August 2013, for a fee of £26 meg,[38]
which would break the English club’s previous tape of £17 million paid for Paulinho earlier in the summer; the transfer was completed four days later after a successful medical.[39]
On his Premier League debut on 18 Baronial, he scored through a penalisation kicking in a 1–0 win against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.[xl]
Four days afterward, he netted a brace in a 5–0 victory at FC Dinamo Tbilisi in the playoff round of the UEFA Europa League.[41]

On 20 October 2013, Soldado scored his first Premier League goal from open play, in a 2–0 victory confronting Aston Villa at Villa Park.[42]
2 months later he netted his starting time chapeau-fob for Tottenham, against Anzhi Makhachkala in the Europa League group stage (4–1).[43]

Soldado scored the only goal against relegation-threatened Cardiff City on 2 March 2014, his first in nine games.[44]
He netted simply half dozen times in his debut flavor with the Spurs, just two of which came from open play, and was included in
The Telegraph
website’s list of the “10 worst buys of the Premier League season”.[45]

On 18 October 2014, making his first league start of the campaign, Soldado gear up Christian Eriksen’south goal during the match against Manchester Metropolis, also having a punishment saved past Joe Hart in an eventual 4–i abroad loss.[46]
His first goal came on 30 Nov, the decisive in a two–i home defeat of Everton.[47]

Villarreal

[edit]

On 14 August 2015, Soldado returned to his country’southward top flight, signing a iii-twelvemonth contract with Villarreal CF for a reported £10 million.[48]
[49]
He scored in his very first appearance, helping to a ane–i describe at Real Betis in which he started and retired injured midway through the second half.[fifty]

On 13 Dec 2015, Soldado netted the game’s merely goal to help defeat his former gild Real Madrid at the
Estadio El Madrigal.[51]
He missed the vast majority of 2016–17, due to an inductive cruciate ligament injury to his right articulatio genus contracted in pre-season.[52]


Fenerbahçe

[edit]

On xi August 2017, Fenerbahçe SK appear the signing of Soldado.[53]
Afterward failing to find the net in his first ten games, he scored a hat-trick as a 61st-infinitesimal substitute on 19 November in a iv–1 dwelling win over Sivasspor.[54]

Soldado appear that he would not renew his contract on 2 June 2019.[55]

Granada

[edit]

On fifteen July 2019, Soldado signed a one-year contract with recently promoted Granada CF, making him Diego Martínez’s fourth signing of the summer transfer window.[56]
He made his competitive debut on 17 August, starting and scoring in a iv–4 draw confronting Villarreal,[57]
and remained a starter as the side qualified for Europe for the first time after a 7th-place cease.[58]
In April 2020, the society activated prematurely the contract clause that would keep him for another flavor.[59]

On 17 September 2020, Soldado scored the first goal in the Andalusians’ European history, in a 4–0 win at Albania’due south KF Teuta Durrës in the 2nd qualifying round.[60]
He netted twice more in their run to the quarter-finals, one in each leg of a 3–2 aggregate victory over Norwegians Molde FK in the last 16.[61]
[62]

Levante

[edit]

Soldado joined Levante UD on 28 June 2021, on a ii-year deal.[63]

International career

[edit]

Soldado represented Espana at all its youth levels, scoring a total of 26 goals. He was get-go called upwardly to the first team in June 2007 for 2 UEFA Euro 2008 qualifiers, against Republic of latvia and Liechtenstein, playing in both.[64]
[65]
He did not arrive to the finals in Switzerland and Austria, however, as the nation emerged victorious.

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On 29 Feb 2012, afterwards most 5 years of absence, Soldado returned to the national squad: he came on as a substitute for Fernando Llorente at half-time of a friendly with Venezuela in Málaga, scoring twice after only 7 minutes on the pitch; afterward, he won a penalty and the sending off of Fernando Amorebieta, but missed the ensuing try, only to shut the score at 5–0 in the 83rd infinitesimal.[66]

Manager Vicente del Bosque selected Soldado for the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup squad. He scored in the opener on 16 June, helping Kingdom of spain to a two–1 win over Uruguay.[67]

Career statistics

[edit]

Club

[edit]

As of lucifer played 22 January 2022
[68]
[69]
Appearances and goals by order, season and contest
Society Season League Cup Europe Total
Segmentation Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Existent Madrid B 2002–03 Segunda División B 26 vii 26 vii
2003–04 31 16 31 16
2004–05 34 21 34 21
2005–06 Segunda División 29 nineteen 29 19
Total 120 63 120 63
Real Madrid 2004–05 La Liga ii 2 0
2005–06 11 2 4 one 2 1 17 iv
2007–08 5 two ane eight 0
Total 16 2 eight 1 3 one 27 4
Osasuna (loan) 2006–07 La Liga thirty 11 three one 11 1 44 13
Getafe 2008–09 La Liga 34 xiii 34 13
2009–ten 26 sixteen six 4 32 twenty
Total 60 29 vi 4 66 33
Valencia 2010–xi La Liga 34 18 three 1 7 6 44 25
2011–12 32 17 half dozen 3 xiii 7 51 27
2012–xiii 35 24 iv ii 7 four 46 30
Total 101 59 thirteen six 27 17 141 81
Tottenham Hotspur 2013–14 Premier League 28 6 1 vii 5 36 11
2014–15 24 1 8 2 8 2 40 5
Total 52 7 nine 2 xv 7 76 sixteen
Villarreal 2015–16 La Liga 28 five 3 one thirteen ii 44 8
2016–17 10 4 i eleven 4
Total 38 9 3 i fourteen 2 55 12
Fenerbahçe 2017–eighteen Süper Lig 26 9 6 3 2 34 12
2018–nineteen 21 half dozen 2 1 ii 25 7
Total 47 15 8 4 4 59 xix
Granada 2019–twenty La Liga 33 seven six 4 39 11
2020–21 29 9 3 2 11 3 43 fourteen
Total 62 16 9 half-dozen 11 3 82 25
Levante 2021–22 La Liga 12 1 2 3 14 4
Career total 526 211 57 28 eighty 29 662 267

International goals

[edit]

Every bit of 10 September 2013
Scores and results listing Kingdom of spain’s goal tally kickoff, score cavalcade indicates score after each Soldado goal.[seventy]
Listing of international goals scored by Roberto Soldado
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Event Competition
1 29 Feb 2012 La Rosaleda, Málaga, Kingdom of spain

Venezuela
3–0 5–0 Friendly
2 4–0
3 5–0
4 11 September 2012 Boris Paichadze, Tbilisi, Georgia

Georgia
ane–0 1–0 2014 FIFA Earth Cup qualification
5 11 June 2013 Yankee Stadium, New York Urban center, United States

Republic of ireland
ane–0 ii–0 Friendly
6 sixteen June 2013 Arena Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil

Uruguay
ii–0 two–1 2013 FIFA Confederations Loving cup
7 ten September 2013 Stade de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland

Republic of chile
1–1 2–ii Friendly

Honours

[edit]

Real Madrid

  • La Liga: 2007–08[71]

Tottenham Hotspur

  • Football League Cup runner-up: 2014–fifteen[72]

Spain

  • FIFA Confederations Loving cup runner-upwards: 2013[73]

Spain U19

  • UEFA European Nether-19 Championship: 2004[74]

Individual

  • Zarra Bays (Segunda División): 2005–06[nine]
  • Zarra Trophy (La Liga): 2011–12[75]

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External links

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