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Ricardo Quaresma

Ricardo Quaresma
Ricardo Quaresma 2017.jpg
Quaresma with Portugal in 2017
Personal information
Full name Ricardo Andrade Quaresma Bernardo[1]
Date of birth (1983-09-26) 26 September 1983 (age 34)[1]
Place of birth Lisbon, Portugal
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[2]
Playing position Winger
Club information
Current team
Be?ikta?
Number 7
Youth career
1991-1993 Domingos Sávio
1994-2000 Sporting CP
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2000-2001 Sporting B 16 (0)
2001-2003 Sporting CP 59 (8)
2003-2004 Barcelona 22 (1)
2004-2008 Porto 114 (24)
2008-2010 Inter Milan 24 (1)
2009 -> Chelsea (loan) 4 (0)
2010-2012 Be?ikta? 46 (8)
2013 Al-Ahli 10 (2)
2014-2015 Porto 42 (10)
2015- Be?ikta? 86 (11)
National team?
1999 Portugal U15 3 (0)
2000 Portugal U16 12 (2)
2000 Portugal U17 7 (2)
2001-2002 Portugal U19 4 (0)
2002-2006 Portugal U21 28 (6)
2002-2006 Portugal B 4 (0)
2003- Portugal 80 (10)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 25 September 2018
? National team caps and goals correct as of 30 June 2018

Ricardo Andrade Quaresma Bernardo (European Portuguese: [?i'ka?ðu kw?'m?]; born 26 September 1983) is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a winger for Turkish club Be?ikta? J.K. and the Portugal national team.

He started out at Sporting and also played for Barcelona, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Be?ikta? and Al-Ahli Dubai, but he arguably spent the best years of his career at Porto after signing in 2004.[3] Regarded as a mercurial talent, his tricks, including the rabona and trivela, the latter a bending shot with the outside of his right foot, has made him a popular figure among fans around the world.[4]

A Portuguese international since 2003, Quaresma represented the country at three European Championships - including in the victorious Euro 2016 campaign - as well as at the 2018 World Cup.

Club career

Sporting

Quaresma was born in Lisbon. A trainee at Sporting CP's famed academy, the 17-year-old was promoted to the first team by manager László Bölöni before the start of the 2001-02 season, playing 28 Primeira Liga matches and scoring three goals in an eventual conquest of the double.[5][6]

Under the same coach, Quaresma netted five times in the league in the following campaign, but the team could only finish in third position.

Barcelona

In 2003, Quaresma was sold to FC Barcelona for a reported EUR6 million fee and the loan of Fábio Rochemback.[7] In his first year in La Liga he made ten starts and 12 substitute appearances, scoring in the 5-0 home routing of Albacete Balompié.[8]

Quaresma injured his right foot in the final weeks of the season, forcing him to miss both the 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Championship and UEFA Euro 2004 tournaments.[9] Shortly after, he announced his refusal to play for the Spanish club as long as manager Frank Rijkaard was in charge.[10]

Porto

Quaresma signed for FC Porto in the summer of 2004 as Deco moved in the opposite direction for a fee of EUR15 million plus the former's playing rights, which were evaluated at the time at EUR6 million.[5][11] He started the campaign on a high note by scoring the only goal in the triumph over S.L. Benfica in the Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira.[12] also finding the net in the 1-2 loss to Valencia CF for the UEFA Super Cup.[13]

Quaresma scored five goals in his first year at the Estádio do Dragão, to help to a runner-up finish. In the penalty shootout defeat of Once Caldas in the Intercontinental Cup, he successfully converted his attempt in a 8-7 triumph in Yokohama.[14]

Inter Milan

Quaresma with Inter in August 2009

On 1 September 2008, Quaresma signed for Italian champions Inter Milan in a cash/player exchange fee of EUR18.6 million, with youngster Pelé joining Porto.[15] He was decisive in his first Serie A match against Catania Calcio, with one of his trademark trivelas resulting in a Giuseppe Mascara own goal in an eventual 2-1 home win.[16] However, he found opportunities in the starting XI limited, as coach José Mourinho stated:

"He is a great talent, but the joy I have at seeing the way Ibra works for and with the team I do not yet have with Quaresma. He will have to learn, otherwise he won't play, and I am sure he'll change and become more tactically disciplined. He likes kicking the ball with the outside of his foot, but if you ask me about him in a few months' time, we'll be talking about a different Quaresma."[17][18]

At the end of the season, Quaresma was given the Bidone d'oro award for the worst footballer in the Italian top division.[19] On 2 February 2009, transfer deadline day, he signed on loan for Premier League club Chelsea until 30 June,[9] making his first appearance five days later in a 0-0 home draw to Hull City.[20] On 7 March, he provided the cross for Alex to score against Coventry City in the sixth round of the FA Cup;[21] after a disappointing start at the San Siro, the player claimed his move to Stamford Bridge had restored his confidence, and he further declared "When I was at Inter, I wasn't feeling very confident. I wasn't playing well and wasn't happy, I already feel more confident here at Chelsea. It has brought the joy back for me, which I didn't have at Inter."[22]

Having returned to Inter[23] despite attempts made by the club to offload him,[24] Quaresma inherited the number 7 shirt following the retirement of his compatriot Luís Figo.[25] However, after the arrival of Goran Pandev he did not feature much in Mourinho's plans as the team went on to win the treble, making 11 scoreless appearances in the league.[26][27]

Be?ikta?

Quaresma playing for Be?ikta? in the UEFA Europa League in 2011

On 13 June 2010, Quaresma joined Be?ikta? J.K. of the Turkish Süper Lig,[28] who paid EUR7.3 million for his services and signed him to a three-year contract, which entitled him to EUR3.5 million in the first season and EUR3.75 million in the next two.[29] He scored his first goal for them against FC Viktoria Plze? in the UEFA Europa League's third qualifying round,[30] and was also an integral part of their victorious run in the domestic cup, opening the scoring in the 33rd minute of the final against ?stanbul Ba?ak?ehir F.K. and being named man of the match after the 4-3 win on penalties.[31]

On 25 April 2011, Quaresma and teammate Nihat Kahveci had a spat on the pitch - the latter was upset at the former for failing to pass the ball, but the altercation was eventually broken up by teammates.[32] Following the 1-3 defeat to Atlético Madrid in the first leg of the Europa League's round of 16 the following 8 March, he had an altercation with Carlos Carvalhal in the dressing room at half-time after the manager replaced him with ?smail Köyba, reportedly beginning to throwing water bottles before launching a stinging attack at the coach, allegedly saying, "I brought you here, you just think of yourself. If I was not here, [Carvalhal] would not be here. You can not remove me from the match because you're nothing."; he was suspended indefinitely by the club following the incident,[33] being released on 20 December six months before his contract was due to expire but being paid the remaining EUR1.48 million.[34]

Al-Ahli

On 8 January 2013, Quaresma signed with Al-Ahli Dubai F.C. in the UAE Arabian Gulf League.[35] He scored two league goals[36] from ten games in his only season, adding another in his sole appearance in a victorious campaign in the UAE President's Cup.[37]

In May 2013, the 29-year-old Quaresma was released.[38]

Return to Porto

Quaresma returned to Porto on 1 January 2014, where over 10,000 fans greeted him in training.[39] He scored in his first European match of his second spell against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League's round of 32 on 20 February (2-2 home draw),[40] and then set up a goal and scored in a 2-2 draw to S.S.C. Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo;[41] in the quarter-finals of the same competition, he netted a consolation goal in the 1-4 away loss against Sevilla FC.[42]

On 15 April 2015, Quaresma scored twice in the first ten minutes, starting with a penalty, as Porto defeated FC Bayern Munich 3-1 in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League's quarter-final tie.[43] Six days later, in the second leg, he made way for Rúben Neves at half-time after his team lost their aggregate lead, resulting in their elimination.[44]

Be?ikta? return

Quaresma returned to Be?ikta? in July 2015, being greeted by a crowd of thousands at Istanbul Atatürk Airport. He stated his aim was to win the league with the team,[45] which was eventually achieved[46] and retained the following season.[47]

On 26 February 2018, Quaresma scored a trademark trivela goal against Fenerbahçe S.K. in the Istanbul derby when he bent the ball around Mauricio Isla into the top corner of the net with the outside of his right foot, the first of his two goals in a 3-1 win.[48]

International career

A UEFA European Under-17 Championship winner with Portugal in 2000, Quaresma made his debut for the full side on 10 June 2003, in a friendly against Bolivia.[49] Poor form during his time with Barcelona and an injury prevented him from taking part in the Under-21 Championships, Euro 2004 and the 2004 Summer Olympics,[50] but solid displays with Porto won him a role in the nation's 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign, and he featured in the vital 2-0 victory over Slovakia[51] only to be ommitted by coach Luiz Felipe Scolari from the final squad.[50]

Quaresma (left) challenging Marcos Rojo of Argentina in a friendly match on 9 February 2011

In February 2007, Quaresma appeared in a friendly against Brazil at the Emirates Stadium, providing an assist in the 2-0 win and being named man of the match.[52] On 24 March, he scored his first goal for the national team in their 4-0 defeat of Belgium for the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifiers, held in his hometown;[53] picked for the finals in Austria and Switzerland, he replaced Simão Sabrosa for the last ten minutes of the second group clash against the Czech Republic (scoring in stoppage time to contribute to a 3-1 win),[54] and started the next match, a 0-2 loss to hosts Switzerland where nine of the 11 regular starters were rested.[55]

In August 2010, after nearly two years of absence, was called for two Euro 2012 qualifiers against Cyprus and Norway to be held next month, replacing the injured Cristiano Ronaldo.[56] He played the full 90 minutes in the first match, a 4-4 home draw.[57]

Quaresma performs a bicycle kick against France at Euro 2016

After failing to receive any playing time at the Euro 2012 tournament, also being involved in a training incident with teammate Miguel Lopes,[58] Quaresma was named in Portugal's provisional 30-man squad for the 2014 World Cup, but did not make the final cut.[59] Coach Paulo Bento said regarding the matter, "I have to accept that people will question my decisions. Nani has difference [sic] characteristics to Quaresma."[60]

Quaresma scored a penalty for his first international goal in over six years in a friendly with France on 11 October 2014, but in a 1-2 loss.[61] He was then picked for Euro 2016, where he netted the match's only goal - in the 117th minute - in a round-of-16 win over Croatia.[62] Five days later, in the quarter-finals against Poland, he scored the winning spot-kick in a penalty shootout victory following a 1-1 draw after extra time.[63] In the final against hosts France on 10 July, he came off the bench to for Ronaldo after he had been forced off in the opening 25 minutes due to an injury suffered from a collision with Dimitri Payet, in an eventual 1-0 victory for the country's first ever international title.[64]

Quaresma in action against Mexico at the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia

Quaresma was chosen for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. He scored the opening goal of their 2-2 draw with Mexico in the group stage,[65] in a third-place finish.[66]

Fifteen years after his first cap, Quaresma was selected for a World Cup squad for the first time, the 2018 edition which also took place in Russia.[67] In Portugal's third World Cup group match, against Iran, he scored a goal-of-the-tournament contender with the winger playing a one-two with Adrien Silva on the right side of the field before striking the ball with the outside of his right foot--a trademark trivela--into the top left corner of the goal in a 1-1 draw that took his team into the last 16.[68][69]

Personal life

Quaresma is of partial Romani descent,[50] earning him the nickname "O Cigano" ("The Gypsy").[70] Speaking of an alleged racial slur towards him by an opponent in 2014, he said, "When I hear people say there is no racism nowadays it makes me laugh. When something happens in Portugal it's always fault of gypsies, blacks, immigrants. It's tough to live with this."[70]

Quaresma is known for his tattoos. In 2016, he had two teardrops inked onto his face.[71] Later that year, he had Psalm 91:4 tattooed on the back of his head.[72]

Quaresma had two sons with his partner, and a daughter from a previous relationship.[73] A convert to Catholicism, he was baptised in July 2016 together with his sons in Pêro Pinheiro, Sintra,[73] with teammates Eliseu and Carlos Martins being present at the event.[74]

Style of play and temperament

Once described as "a mercurial, enigmatic talent",[75] Quaresma is popular for incorporating a repertoire of tricks into his style of play, including the rabona and trivela, the latter a bending shot with the outside of his right foot.[76] A winger who could play on either flank, his qualities of speed and finesse caused a regular problem for opposing defences.[9]

Media

Quaresma has featured in EA Sports' FIFA video game series. He was one of 39 players to earn a five-star skill rating on FIFA 18.[77]

Sponsored by the sportswear and equipment supplier Nike, Quaresma has worn Nike Mercurial Superfly VI Elite football boots.[78]

Career statistics

Club

As of match played 25 September 2018[79][80][81][82][83][84]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup[a] League Cup[b] Europe Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Sporting 2001-02 Primeira Liga 28 3 6 2 -- 2[c] 0 -- 36 5
2002-03 Primeira Liga 31 5 2 0 -- 4[d] 0 1[e] 0 38 5
Total 59 8 8 2 -- 6 0 1 0 74 10
Barcelona 2003-04 La Liga 22 1 2 0 -- 4[c] 0 -- 28 1
Porto 2004-05 Primeira Liga 32 5 1 0 -- 8[f] 0 3[g] 2 44 7
2005-06 Primeira Liga 29 5 4 0 -- 6[f] 0 -- 39 5
2006-07 Primeira Liga 26 6 1 0 -- 8[f] 2 1[e] 0 36 8
2007-08 Primeira Liga 27 8 3 1 -- 8[f] 2 1[e] 0 39 11
Total 114 24 9 1 -- 30 4 5 2 158 31
Inter Milan 2008-09 Serie A 13 1 0 0 -- 6[f] 0 -- 19 1
2009-10 Serie A 11 0 0 0 -- 2[f] 0 -- 13 0
Total 24 1 0 0 -- 8 0 -- 32 1
Chelsea (loan) 2008-09 Premier League 4 0 1 0 -- -- -- 5 0
Be?ikta? 2010-11 Süper Lig 21 3 8 3 -- 10[h] 5 -- 39 11
2011-12 Süper Lig 25 5 1 0 -- 8[h] 2 -- 34 7
Total 46 8 9 3 -- 18 7 -- 73 18
Al Ahli 2012-13 UAE Pro-League 10 2 1 1 -- -- -- 11 3
Porto 2013-14 Primeira Liga 12 4 3 1 3 1 6[h] 3 -- 24 9
2014-15 Primeira Liga 30 6 0 0 3 1 10[f] 3 -- 43 10
Total 42 10 3 1 6 2 16 6 -- 67 19
Be?ikta? 2015-16 Süper Lig 26 4 5 0 -- 6[h] 1 -- 37 5
2016-17 Süper Lig 29 2 3 1 -- 11[i] 3 1[j] 0 44 6
2017-18 Süper Lig 26 4 3 1 -- 7[f] 0 1[j] 0 37 5
2018-19 Süper Lig 5 1 0 0 -- 4[h] 0 -- 9 1
Total 86 11 11 2 -- 28 4 2 0 127 17
Career total 407 65 44 10 6 2 110 21 8 2 575 100
  1. ^ Appearances in Taça de Portugal, Copa del Rey, FA Cup, Turkish Cup and UAE President's Cup
  2. ^ Appearances in Taça da Liga
  3. ^ a b Appearances in UEFA Cup
  4. ^ Two appearances in UEFA Cup, two in UEFA Champions League
  5. ^ a b c Appearance in Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  7. ^ One appearance and one goal in UEFA Super Cup, one appearance in Intercontinental Cup, one appearance and one goal in Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira
  8. ^ a b c d e Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  9. ^ Six appearances and three goals in UEFA Champions League, five appearances in UEFA Europa League
  10. ^ a b Appearance in Turkish Super Cup

International

Quaresma in action during a friendly match against Argentina in February 2011, holding off a challenge from Fernando Gago
As of match played 30 June 2018[85]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Portugal 2003 1 0
2004 1 0
2005 2 0
2006 2 0
2007 12 1
2008 7 2
2010 2 0
2011 5 0
2012 3 0
2014 4 1
2015 6 0
2016 17 4
2017 10 1
2018 8 1
Total 80 10

International goals

As of 25 June 2018 (Portugal score listed first, score column indicates score after each Quaresma goal)[85]
International goals by date, venue, cap, opponent, score, result and competition
No. Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition
1 24 March 2007 Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon, Portugal 4  Belgium 3-0 4-0 Euro 2008 qualifying
2 6 February 2008 Letzigrund, Zürich, Switzerland 15  Italy 1-2 1-3 Friendly
3 11 June 2008 Stade de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland 18  Czech Republic 3-1 3-1 UEFA Euro 2008
4 11 October 2014 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France 32  France 1-2 1-2 Friendly
5 29 May 2016 Estádio do Dragão, Porto, Portugal 48  Norway 1-0 3-0 Friendly
6 8 June 2016 Estádio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal 50  Estonia 2-0 7-0 Friendly
7 6-0
8 25 June 2016 Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, France 54  Croatia 1-0 1-0 (a.e.t.) UEFA Euro 2016
9 18 June 2017 Kazan Arena, Kazan, Russia 66  Mexico 1-0 2-2 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup
10 25 June 2018 Mordovia Arena, Saransk, Russia 79  Iran 1-0 1-1 2018 FIFA World Cup

Honours

Club

Sporting

Porto[87]

Inter Milan

Be?ikta?

Al-Ahli

International

Portugal

Individual

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