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Gustavo Alustiza

This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Alustiza.
Matías Alustiza
Personal information
Full nameGustavo Matías Alustiza
Date of birth (1984-05-31) May 31, 1984 (age 30)
Place of birthAzul, Argentina
Height1.67 m (5 ft 5 12 in)
Playing positionSecond striker
Club information
Current clubPuebla
Number22
Youth career
2001–2003Banfield
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2004–2006Santamarina
2006–2011Chacarita Juniors28(18)
2008Albacete (loan)16(2)
2010Xerez (loan)11(1)
2010–2011Arsenal (loan)23(3)
2011–2012Deportivo Quito31(18)
2012–Puebla F.C.48(15)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 November 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).

Gustavo Matías Alustiza (born 31 May 1984) is an Argentine footballer who plays for Mexican side Puebla FC as a second striker in the Liga MX.

Career

Alustiza started his career in Deportivo Santamarina and the moved to Chacarita Juniors, where he won promotion to the Argentine Primera División. He played the first half of 2010 on loan for Spanish team Xerez CD.[1] After returning to a recently relegated Chacarita in June 2010, he was loaned out to Arsenal de Sarandí.

Deportivo Quito

2011 Season

Matías Alustiza played a total of () games scoring () goals for Deportivo Quito, which helped Deportivo Quito reach the 2011 Ecuadorian Serie A finals. He played both finals matches against Emelec, scoring in the second leg, winning the game 1-0 in the final minutes, and helped Quito become 2011 league champions.

2012 Season

Alustiza had a great 2012 season with Deportivo Quito, most notably in the 2012 Copa Libertadores, becoming joint-top goal-scorer next to Santo FC's Neymar Da Silva, scoring 8 goals. His first goal in the Copa Libertadores campaign came against Chivas de Guadalajara in a 1-1 away draw. Next was a single penalty scored by Alustiza in a 3-0 home win against Velez Sarsfield. His most notable participation in the tournament came in a home win against Chivas, in an emphatic 5-0 win, with Matías scoring 4 goals. Alustiza was given the match-ball for his 4 goals by the referee. Alustiza scored his final goals against Universidad de Chile. Matías Alustiza was then sold to Mexican club Puebla FC

Puebla FC

On June 28, 2012 Puebla FC announced via their official Facebook page that they had signed Matías Alustiza and will be taking part in the Apertura 2012 and the Copa Mexico Apertura 2012.in the Apertura 2012 Matias was the Matias scored his first goal in the third round against Santos Laguna where he scored scored twice .in the Clausura 2013 Copa MX Matias was runner up score leader with 7 goals in 6 games .On May 15 2013 Puebla FC bought 50 % of the players contract from Ecuadorian club Quito and signed a 2 year extension that will keep him at Puebla till 2015 .

Honours

Club

Deportivo Quito

Individual

  • 2012 Copa Libertadores: Tropheo Alberto Spencer for Top Goal-scorer - 8 Goals

References

External links

  • Transfermarkt profile
  • Matías Alustiza stats at Medio Tiempo.com (Spanish)
  • Argentine Primera statistics at Fútbol XXI (Spanish)
  • Spanish league statistics at BDFutbol (Spanish)

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