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José Eulogio Gárate Ormaechea (born 20 September 1944 in Sarandímarker, Argentinamarker) was a Argentinemarker-Spanishmarker footballer who played as a forward for SD Eibar, SD Indautxu, Atlético Madrid and Spain.

Club career

Gárate was born in Argentinamarker of Basque parents and grew up in Eibarmarker. He began his career with SD Eibar in 1960 before joining SD Indautxu in 1963. Just like two earlier Indautxu players, Jesus María Pereda and Miguel Jones, he was controversially overlooked by Atlético Bilbao and like Jones he eventually joined Atlético Madrid. Along with Luis Aragonés, Adelardo, Javier Irureta, Enrique Collar, and Ufarte, he was a prominent member of the successful Atlético side of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Gárate helped the team win La Liga three times, the Copa del Generalísimo twice, reach the final of the European Cup and win the Intercontinental Cup. He was a notable goalscorer, winning the Pichichi three times in a row between 1968 and 1970 and scoring the winning goals in the 1972 and 1976 Copa del Generalísimo finals. During his time at Atlético, Gárate played 241 games and scored 109 goals.

International career

Gárate also played 18 times for Spain and scored 5 goals. He made his debut on 22 October 1967 against Czechoslovakia and played his last game against Romania on 17 April 1975. During this period Spain failed to qualify for either the European Championships or World Cup, and as a result he never played in the finals of a major international competition.

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. October 22, 1967 Santiago Bernabéumarker, Madridmarker, Spainmarker 2–0 2–1 UEFA Euro 1968 qualifying
2. December 11, 1968 Santiago Bernabéumarker, Madridmarker, Spainmarker 1–1 1–1 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification
3. October 15, 1969 José Antonio, La Líneamarker, Spainmarker 2–0 6–0 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification
4. October 15, 1969 José Antonio, La Líneamarker, Spainmarker 4–0 6–0 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification
5. May 23, 1972 Vicente Calderónmarker, Madridmarker, Spainmarker 2–0 2–0 International Friendly

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1966–67 Atlético Madrid La Liga 14 9
1967–68 23 8
1968–69 20 14
1969–70 30 16
1970–71 28 17
1971–72 16 5
1972–73 24 5
1973–74 29 11
1974–75 32 17
1975–76 24 7
1976–77 1 0
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