Esteban Matías Cambiasso Deleau is an Argentine football player who plays for Internazionale in the Italian Serie A as a midfielder. He started his career with Argentinos Juniors in 1995 and moved to Real Madrid. Thereafter he joined with Independiente where he spent three years and one season with River Plate. In 2002, Deleau returned to Real Madrid where he helped the team win the UEFA Super Cup, La Liga, the Intercontinental Cup as well as the Spanish SuperCup in 2003. In the following year, he signed with Internazionale and was an intergral part at helping them win the Italian Cup in his first season with the club. Cambiasso Deleau has been playing with team Internazionale since, earning a host of rewards and acclaimations for himself and the team. Since his professional career, he has won 23 official titles, being the Argentine footballer with most honors in history, one more than Alfredo Di Stéfano. Being an Argentinian national, he has represented his country by playing in the Argentine national team.
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During Leicester City’s 0-1 loss at home to champions Manchester City, former Inter Milan star Esteban Cambiasso almost found a goal from a long-range free-kick, only to be denied by a brilliant Joe Hart save.