Clubs: CA Rosario Central, SL Benfica, Real Madrid CF
• After breaking into the Rosario team and scoring six goals in 34 league appearances, Di María was on target three times in Argentina's triumphant 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup campaign in Canada; prompted a €6m move to Benfica, where he would remain for three seasons.
• Gained UEFA Champions League and UEFA Cup experience in his first campaign with O Glorioso, scoring his maiden goal for the club in a round of 32 tie against 1. FC Nürnberg after Benfica had transferred from the former into the latter competition.
• Won the Portuguese League Cup in 2008/09 and retained it the following campaign, when his five goals – including a first senior hat-trick, against Leixões SC − helped Benfica to their first Liga title since 2005.
• Reputation was enhanced further when he scored the winner for Argentina in the 2008 Olympic final against Nigeria; made his senior international debut on 6 September that year in a FIFA World Cup qualifier at home to Paraguay (1-1).
• Scored his first international goal in a pre-World Cup friendly on 24 May 2010 against Canada (5-0); during the course of the tournament, where he made five appearances as the Albiceleste reached the quarter-finals, it was announced that he was to become José Mourinho's first signing for Madrid.
• Moved for an initial €25m on a six-year contract and quickly became a fixture in Mourinho's starting XI, opening his Spanish Liga and UEFA Champions League accounts in the space of ten days during September 2010. A key member of the side which won the Liga in 2011/12, registering five times in 23 appearances.
• Provided six assists – a tally second only to Wayne Rooney's eight – in Madrid's successful 2013/14 UEFA Champions League campaign, memorably setting up his side's second goal in the Lisbon final against Club Atlético de Madrid with a mazy run and shot that was turned in on the rebound by Gareth Bale.
UEFA Champions League: winner 2014
UEFA Super Cup: 2014
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|03.09.2014||Friendlies 2014-16||Final tournament - Group stage||Germany||3-3||Argentina||86||1||0|
|12.11.2014||Friendlies 2014-16||Final tournament - Group stage||Croatia||1-2||Argentina||77||0||0|
|18.11.2014||Friendlies 2014-16||Final tournament - Group stage||Portugal||1-0||Argentina||61||0||0|
|30.08.2015||French Ligue 1||Monaco||0-3||Paris||24||0||1|
|11.09.2015||French Ligue 1||Paris||2-2||Bordeaux||90||0||0|
|15.09.2015||UEFA Champions League||Group stage||Paris||2-0||Malmö||85||1||0|
|19.09.2015||French Ligue 1||Reims||1-1||Paris||24||0||0|
|22.09.2015||French Ligue 1||Paris||3-0||Guingamp||84||1||1|
|26.09.2015||French Ligue 1||Nantes||1-4||Paris||83||1||1|
|30.09.2015||UEFA Champions League||Group stage||Shakhtar Donetsk||0-3||Paris||82||0||1|
|04.10.2015||French Ligue 1||Paris||2-1||Marseille||86||0||0|
|21.10.2015||UEFA Champions League||Group stage||Paris||0-0||Real Madrid||67||0||0|
|25.10.2015||French Ligue 1||Paris||4-1||St-Étienne||90||0||0|
|30.10.2015||French Ligue 1||Rennes||0-1||Paris||79||1||0|
|03.11.2015||UEFA Champions League||Group stage||Real Madrid||1-0||Paris||90||0||0|
|07.11.2015||French Ligue 1||Paris||5-0||Toulouse||64||1||0|
|25.11.2015||UEFA Champions League||Group stage||Malmö||0-5||Paris||69||2||0|
|28.11.2015||French Ligue 1||Paris||4-1||Troyes||90||0||2|
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