1998 World Cup winner (France) 2000 European Championship winner (France) 2003 Italian SuperCup winner (Juventus) 1997 French 1st Division.. Champions (Monaco) 2000 French 1st Division.. Champions (Monaco) 2002 Serie A.. Champions (Juventus) 2003 Serie A.. Champions (Juventus) 2005 Serie A.. Champions (Juventus) 2002 Serie A.. top scorer (Juventus) 2003 Champions League Finals (Juventus) 2002 Italian Cup Finals (Juventus)
David Trézéguet (born 15 October 1977 in Rouen, France) is a
French-Argentine football striker. He is the son of Argentine
football player Jorge Trézéguet (His father's surname is of
French descent), who played in France when David was born. David
grew up and played his first professional match in Argentina.
Trézéguet won the 1998 World Cup for France and then scored the
golden goal against Italy to give the French the 2000 European
Championship. He also played for France in the 2002 World Cup
and Euro 2004. Trézéguet was named one of the top 125 greatest
living footballers in March 2004.
At club level, Trézéguet has played for Platense in Argentina
(1994), Monaco (1995-2000), and Juventus (2001-), with whom he
won the Serie A title three times.
As of 12th November 2005, Trézéguet has made 60 appearances for
the French national side, scoring 31 goals in the process.