His nickname is El Principe (the Prince) because of his resemblance to Uruguayan great Enzo Francescoli. This striking legend, though, is Argentinian – and he’s feared by goalkeepers all around the world.
His name will be forever associated with his stunning displays in the 2009-10 season, when he was the poster boy of Jose Mourinho’s remarkable success story at Inter Milan as they won an historical Treble of Serie A title, Coppa Italia and Champions League.
Diego Milito was man of the match in that Champions League final against Bayern Munich, scoring both goals to see Inter crowned kings of Europe.
Milito played in the 2010 World Cup, helping Argentina reach the quarter-finals under the not always steady hand of Diego Maradona.
The striker, who turns 35 just as the tournament starts, now will follow the World Cup in Brazil with us, keeping a special eye on Alejandro Sabella’s players.
So join Diego for his insightful and exclusive blogs and videos on Argentina … right here with Sony, on Goal.com, Facebook and Twitter.