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Tuesday, 9 April, 2002, 16:03 GMT 17:03 UK Argentina
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Claudio Lopez

Career
DOB:
 17.07.74
Caps:
 53
Goals:
 10

World Cup 2002
Appearances:
 3
Goals:
 0
Bookings:
 0
Sendings off:
 0
Claudio Lopez
Club:Lazio
Position:Forward

Claudio Lopez was one of the first young Argentines to hit the big time in Europe after moving to Valencia.

There he forged a brilliant partnership with Spanish team-mate Gaizka Mendieta.

His prolific strike rate in the Primera Liga secured a 22m move to Lazio in the summer of 2001.

In Rome, he joined Argentine team-mate and fellow forward Hernan Crespo.

If coach Marcelo Bielsa's tactical preferences stay the same, Lopez is likely to start alongside Crespo in favour of all-time top Argentine goalscorer Gabriel Batistuta.

Lopez was part of the Argentine squad which reached the quarter-finals in France 1998 and he scored one goal in that tournament.



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