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Germán Cano was born on 2nd January ,1988 in Lomas de Zamora, Argentina. He is a Colombian professional footballer. He plays the role of a striker for Fluminense FC. He spent his youth football career with Lanús and made his appearance with the senior club in 2008.
Cano is one of the successful football Player. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on January 2, 1988. He is one of the Richest Soccer Players who was born in Colombia. He also has a position among the list of Most popular football Player. Germán Cano is one of the famous people in our site with the age of 31 years old.
Cano returned to Independiente Medellín on a loan from Pachuca in 2018.
His return was perfect, in 2018 he scored 34 times, which was bettered in 2019, with 41 in just 47 matches. Six of those goals came in the Copa Colombia, which Independiente Medellín managed to win for only the second time in their history, largely appreciate their Argentine club messiah.
According to Cano “I think the key is to be constant, persevering and responsible,”.
“Like in any job. I knew that I should train daily, give the best of myself and when playing do what I like the most, which is scoring goals.
“Winning that much-desired cup was one of the best feelings of my life. It cost us a lot and being there lifting it is indescribable.
“But knowing that I could give my best to help the team, the club and the people to achieve it. It has a special taste.
“My passage through the Medallo went from less to more. That was where, due to work, I was able to reach my potential and fully develop my virtues.”
After a record-breaking spell in Colombia, Cano decided it was time for a new chapter in his career, by moving to Brazil.
He continued thus “I knew, and I know, that in Colombia I was not going to play for another team other than Independiente Medellín,”.
“My contract ended there and a proposal from Vasco da Gama arrived and with my family, we talked about the possibility of showing who I was in another country like Brazil, where football is highly competitive and considered one of the best in the world, and we thought that It was time to make that wish come true.”
Cano spent two years at Vasco de Gama and scored a total number of forty-three (43) times in 101 games before moving to fellow Rio de Janeiro club, Fluminense.
Cano became an instant hit with Flu fans after helping the side lift their first Campeonato Carioca title in ten years, scoring all three goals in a 3-1 aggregate victory over Flamengo in the two-legged final.
His phenomenal scoring form has continued into the 2022 campaign. Fluminense sit in second place in the Brasileiro and are in the Copa do Brazil Semi-Finals.
Cano is the current top scorer in both of the competitions and will be eager to continue his form and help guide the Rio de Janeiro club to silverware.
|Tottenham Hotspur F.C, South Korea national football team
|January 2, 1988
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|Lomas de Zamora, Argentina
|6 feet 1 inches
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|Zodiac sign: Aquarius
Early Life & Education
Germán Cano started his football career at a very young age.
Cano was born in Posadas, Misiones. Cano attended Houston community college. Cano was a Lanus youth graduate. Cano joined Buenos Aires side Lanus as a youth before eventually graduating to the senior side. Cano made his league appearance in a 1-0 defeat by Club Atlético Huracán on February 17, 2008. He went on to score 2 goals in 11 appearances during the Clausura 2008 tournament.
In 2009, Cano was loaned to newly promoted side Chacarita Juniors. He suffered relegation with the team, and after one semester back at Lanus, he was loaned out again to Colón.
Germán Cano was born on 2nd January ,1988 in Lomas de Zamora, Argentina. Cano is in a relationship with Rocío Otero, and they have a son named Lorenzo. His family details are unknown. He once posted a picture of him and James Rodriguez in Instagram in summer 2019, and I think he is associated with Rodriguez. Cano has a whooping number of one hundred and forty thousand followers on twitter alone (140,000)
Cano was a Lanús youth graduate. He made his first team appearance on 13 February 2008, coming on as a late substitute for Lautaro Acosta in a 3–1 Copa Libertadores home win against Danubio.
Cano made his Primera División appearance on 17 February 2008, starting in a 1–0 away loss against Huracán. On 29 March, he scored his first professional goal by netting his team’s only in a 3–1 loss at San Lorenzo, and finished his first senior season with two goals in 11 appearances.
On 21 August 2009, Cano was loaned to newly-promoted side Chacarita Juniors, for one year. After featuring thriftly but suffering relegation he returned to Lanús, but after being rarely used by the latter, he was loaned out to Colón on 30 December 2010.
On 26 July 2011, Cano moved abroad for the first time in his career, joining Categoría Primera A side Deportivo Pereira on loan until December. The following 31 January, he moved to Paraguay’s Nacional also in a temporary deal.
On 5 July 2012, Cano agreed to a permanent contract with Independiente Medellín. He was an immediate starter for the club, scoring nine goals in his first season and 15 goals in his second.
In the 2014 campaign, Cano scored 27 goals and was the top goalscorer of the Clausura tournament; highlights included a hat-trick in a 4–1 away routing of Millonarios on 11 October.
On 21 January 2015, Cano switched teams and countries again after agreeing to a contract with Liga MX side Pachuca. He made his appearance for the club on 1 February, starting in a 1–0 loss at Guadalajara, and scored his first goal on 4 March in a 1–1 CONCACAF Champions League away draw against Montreal Impact.
On 11 December 2015, after failing to feature in any league matches during the first half of the campaign due to a knee injury, Cano was loaned to fellow league team León. After being a regular starter, he returned to Pachuca and was mainly used as a substitute.
On 10 January 2018, Cano returned to Independiente Medellín on an initial six-month loan deal. On 19 May, he extended his connection until the end of the year, and ended the season with a total number of thirty-two (32) goals overall.
On 27 December 2019, Germán Cano was announced as Cruzmaltino’s first reinforcement for 2020. In his second match for Vasco da Gama, Cano scored his first goal with the cruzmaltina shirt, in the last move of the victory over Boavista 1–0.
On 6 December 2021, his departure from Vasco da Gama was announced. In all, Cano played in 101 games and provided four assists and scored a total number of (43) goals. He is the club’s second-highest foreign goalscorer in the 21st century and 2nd among foreigners.
On 27 December, Cano signed with Fluminense, with a contract until 2023.
On 26 May 2022 he scored his first hat-trick in the historic 10–1 defeat of Oriente Petrolero, a match valid for the last round of the Copa Sudamericana.
At the end of the 2022 season, Germán Cano was the top scorer of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 2022 with a total number of twenty-six (26) goals. Also, in the 2022 season with the tricolor shirt, Cano was the top scorer of the Copa do Brazil with a total number of five (5) goals. In all in the 2022 season he scored a total number of forty-four (44) goals.
German Cano has worked as a Footballer right from youth. he has accumulated a satisfactory fortune from playing football. German Cano has an astonished net worth of $5 million.
German Cano as humble and hardworking as he is discovered that he also has some social media platforms where he can be connected.
- @German Cano (@germancanoofi) is his Instagram handle.
- @German Cano (@germancanoofi) is his Twitter handle.