David Trezeguet Wallpaper (Juventus)
David Sergio Trezeguet born 15 October 1977 in Rouen, France) is a French football striker who plays for Juventus and played for France. He is the son of Jorge Trezeguet, an Argentinean football player of French ancestry (the name Trézéguet is from Gascogne).
At club level, Trézéguet has played for Platense in Argentina (1994), AS Monaco in France (1995-2000), and Juventus in Italy (since 2000).
Trézéguet first came on the international arena in the youth squad starring alongside senior squad teammates Thierry Henry, Willy Sagnol and William Gallas and played in the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship. With the ommission Éric Cantona, David Ginola and Jean-Pierre Papin prior to the 1998 World Cup, younger players such as Trézéguet, Henry and Patrick Vieira were given a chance to hone their talent. They went on to win the World Cup and the Euro 2000 when Trézéguet famously scored the golden goal in the final against Italy to give France the title. He also played for France in the 2002 and 2006 FIFA World Cups and Euro 2004. Trezeguet was named one of the top 125 greatest living footballers in 2004.