Carriso, Juan Pablo

* The number of games and goals for a professional club is considered only for various leagues of national championships, adjusted as of July 12, 2016.
** The number of games and goals for a national team in official matches.
Juan Pablo Carriso (Spanish Juan Pablo Carrizo; May 6, 1984, Villa Constitution, Argentina) - Argentinean footballer, goalkeeper of the Internationale club.
Contents
1 Club career
2 International career
2.1 Matches and goals conceded for Argentina
3 Achievements
4 Notes
5 Links
Club career
Debutiro al for Lazio on August 31, 2008, in the Serie A round 1 match against Cagliari [1].
Debuted for Zaragoza on August 29, 2009, in the Spanish Championship 1st round match against Tenerife "[2].
January 31, 2013 transferred to the arena at the Internationale [3].
International career
Debuted for the Argentine national team on April 18, 2007 in a friendly match against Chile [4]. Carriso was not the main goalkeeper, and played only friendly games, but on September 6, 2008, in the qualifying match for the World Cup with Paraguay in the 14th minute, Roberto Abbondansieri was injured and he replaced [5]. On April 1, 2009, he defended the gates of Argentina in the qualifying match for the World Cup with the national team of Bolivia, which ended in a sensational victory for the Bolivians with a score of 6: 1 [6]. This is one of the biggest losses in the history of the team.
Matches and goals conceded for Argentina's national team
Matches and goals of Juan Pablo for Argentina's national team
¹
Date
Place
Opponent
Score - Goals conceded - Competition 1 - April 18, 2007
Mendoza, Argentina
Chile 0: 0
-
- Friendlies 2 |
August 20, 2008 - Minsk, Belarus and Belarus
0: 0


Friendly match 3–6 September 2008
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Paraguay
1: 1
-

Qualifying match of the 2010 World Cup
4 on 10 September 2008
Lima, Peru
Peru - 1: 1
1
World Cup 2010 qualifying match
5th of October 11, 2008
huenos Aires, Argentina - Uruguay - 2: 1
1
World Cup 2010 qualifying match 6–15 October 2008
Santiago, Chile
Chile
0 : 1–1

World Cup Qualifying Match 2010–7
November 19, 2008 - Glasgow, Scotland vs. Scotland 1-0 -
- Friendly Match
8
February 11, 2009
Marseille, France
France 2-0:


Friendly match
9/28 March 2009
Buenos Aires, Argentina vs. Venezuela 4-0 - UEFA European Under-21 Championship 2010 qualifying match 10 april 1 2009 La Paz, Bolivia Bolivia 1-6
6
Qualifying match of the 2010 World Cup
Total: 10 matches / 9 goals conceded; 4 wins, 4 draws, 2 losses.
(adjusted on July 4, 2010) - Achievements
River Plate
Clausura winner: 2008
Lazio
Italy Cup Winner: 2008 / 09
Notes
↑ “Cagliari” 1: 4 “Lazio” (Russian). Championship.com. Retrieved July 4, 2010.
↑ Zaragoza 1-0 Tenerife (Russian). Championship.com. Retrieved July 4, 2010.
↑ "Inter" reported the transition of Skelotto and Carisso "(Russian). Championship.com. Retrieved January 31, 2013. Archived from the original source on February 2, 2013.
↑ Football news (Russian). Soccer.ru Retrieved July 4, 2010.
↑ Argentina 1: 1 Paraguay (Russian). Championship.com. Retrieved July 4, 2010.
↑ Bolivia 6: 1 Argentina (Russian). Championship.com. Retrieved July 4, 2010.
Links - Profile on soccerway.com (English)
Profile on transfermarkt.com (English)
Statistics on National Football Teams (English)
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International - current squad - 1 Handanovich (c) • 2 Andreolli • 7 Kondogbia • 8 Palacio • 9 Icardi (c) • 10 Jovetić • 11 Biabiani • 13 Ranocchia • 15 Ansaldi • 17 Medel • 18 Erkin • 19 Banega • 21 Santon • 23 Eder • 24 Murillo • 25 Miranda • 27 Newcurie • 28 Della Giovanna • 30 Carriso (v) • 33 D'Ambrosio • 44 Perišić • 46 Burnie (c) • 55 Nagatomo • 77 Brozovic • 83 Melo • 87 Candreva • 94 Yao • Juan Mariou • Coach: Frank de Boer
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Argentina - America's Cup 2007 - 2- e place
1 Abbo ndansieri (c) • 2 Ayala (c) • 3 Diaz • 4 Ibarra • 5 Gago • 6 Heinze • 7 Palacio • 8 Sanetti • 9 Crespo • 10 Riquelme • 11 Tevez • 12 Carisso (c) • 13 Gonzalez • 14 Masquerano • 15 G. Milito • 16 Aimar • 17 Burdisso • 18 Messi • 19 Cambiasso • 20 Veron • 21 D. Milito • 22 Orion (c) • coach: Alfio Basile
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Argentina national team - Cup Americas 2011
1 Carisso (v) • 2 Garay • 3 Sabaleta • 4 Burdisso • 5 Cambiasso • 6 G. Milito • 7 Di Maria • 8 Sanetti • 9 Higuain • 10 Messi • 11 Tevez • 12 Andujar (c) • 13 Pareha • 14 Mascherano (f) • 15 Bilya • 16 Aguero • 17 Rojo • 18 Pastore • 19 Banega • 20 Gago • 21 Lavessi • 22 D. Milito • 23 Romero (c) • coach: Sergio Batista


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