Jared Borgetti (full name Jared Francisco Borgetti Echeverria) was born on August 14, 1973 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. He is a professional football player.
Biography and Career:
In 1994 he became a professional football player and had played two seasons for Atlas. In 63 matches he scored 21 goals. Between 1997 and 2004 he was the player of Santos Laguna. He had helped very much that team and the coach used him in 295 matches. He managed to score 189 goals.
In 2004 he was transferred to Dorados de Sinaloa and the next year at Pachuca. The season 2005-06 was played at Bolton Wanderers. He only played in 19 matches, but scored ten times.
In 2006 he became the player of Al-Ittihad where scored another ten goals in fifteen games. Since 2007 he is the player of Cruz Azul. H
e is a talented striker who scores often and helps his team win the matches.
In 1997 he started playing for his national team, Mexico. In 87 matches he has 43 goals. When he was transferred to Bolton Wanderers F.C he became the first Mexican player ever to play in the English championship.
He won the CONCACAF Gold Cup with Mexico in 2003 and as a single player the Mexican Footballer of the Year in 2000, the Top-scorer Invierno and Top-scorer Verano in 2001.
- Height: 185 cm
- Playing Position: Striker
- His nickname is El Zorro del Desierto which means The Desert Fox.
Self Filmography :
- 2006 FIFA World Cup (2006) (mini) TV Series
- 2002 FIFA World Cup (2002) (mini) TV Series. Jared Borgetti Image : elmundo.es