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Teodoro Fernández Meyzán, (born 20 May 1913 in Cañete — died September 17, 1996 in Limamarker). Nicknamed "Lolo" he played of striker. Recognized as one of Perumarker's most important players, is the most emblematic player in the history of club Universitario de Deportes. He was part of the Perumarker squad that won the Copa America 1939 and was top scorer with 7 goals.

He was a great leader of Peruvian national team between 1935 and 1947. He was also known as "El cañonero" ("The cannoneer"), due to his capacity as a striker, excellent shooting and his strong kick. Prolific goalscorer, he was the Peruvian league top-scorer, seven times.

Career

He made his professional debut with Universitario de Deportes in 1931, and would remain with the club during his 22 years as a professional footballer, is the number-one goalscorer with 157 goals in 180 matchs.

He obtained 6 local leagues as player, all of them in Universitario, in 1934, 1939, 1941, 1945, 1946 and 1949.

Several times during his career he rejected offers from teams in Chilemarker, Argentinamarker, and Europa among others who wanted to contract his services. He always chose to stay loyal to his favorite team, and became the main symbol of the club.

National Team



He played for the Peruvian national team from 1935 to 1947, with 24 goals in 32 matchs, is the second top scorer in the history for his country.

In 1936 he represented his country in the Olympic Games in Berlinmarker. In this competition the Peruvianmarker team made its way into the quarterfinals after defeating Finland (7-2) and Austria (4-2). Lolo Fernandez scored a total of 6 goals in the two games.

In the 1938 Bolivarian Games in Bogotámarker, Fernandez won Golden medal.

In 1939, he played in the South American Championship 1939 becoming that year's champion with the National Team. The final was played against Uruguaymarker (2-1) which at the time was the current Olympic Gold Medal and in 1930 World Champion. "Lolo" was the top scorer of the competition with 7 goals.

Championship For Scorer match goal
1935 Copa América 3º place 3 1
1936 Summer Olympics Semifinal 2 6
1937 Copa América 6º place 4 2
1938 Bolivarian Games Gold medal 4 3
1939 Copa América Champion 4 7
1941 Copa América 4º place 4 3
1943 Copa América 5º place 6 2
1947 Copa América 5º place 3 0
Total 32 24


Honours

Club

Season Team Title
1934 Universitario Peruvian League
1939 Universitario Peruvian League
1941 Universitario Peruvian League
1945 Universitario Peruvian League
1946 Universitario Peruvian League
1949 Universitario Peruvian League


Country

Season Team Title
1938 Peru National Team Bolivarian Games
1939 Peru National Team Copa America


Individual awards



Records



Statistics

Career

Team Goals Matches Goal average
Universitario de Deportes 157 180 0.87
Pacific All-Stars Team 48 39 1.23
Peru National Team 24 32 0.75
Total 229 251 0.91


International goals

:Scores and results table. Peruvian's goal tally first:


# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 20 January 1935 Limamarker, Perumarker 1-0 1-4 1935 Copa America
2. 4 August 1936 Berlinmarker, Germanymarker 1-0 7-3 1936 Summer Olympics
3. 4 August 1936 Berlinmarker, Germanymarker 2-0 7-3 1936 Summer Olympics
4. 4 August 1936 Berlinmarker, Germanymarker 3-0 7-3 1936 Summer Olympics
5. 4 August 1936 Berlinmarker, Germanymarker 4-1 7-3 1936 Summer Olympics
6. 4 August 1936 Berlinmarker, Germanymarker 6-1 7-3 1936 Summer Olympics
7. 8 August 1936 Berlinmarker, Germanymarker 1-0 4-2 1936 Summer Olympics
8. December 1936 Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker 1-2 2-3 1937 Copa America
9. 6 January 1937 Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker 1-1 2-4 1937 Copa America
10. 16 April 1938 Bogotamarker, Colombiamarker 1-0 4-2 1938 Bolivarian Games
11. 10 May 1938 Bogotamarker, Colombiamarker 3-1 4-2 1938 Bolivarian Games
12. 21 May 1938 Bogotamarker, Colombiamarker 1-0 3-0 1938 Bolivarian Games
13. 15 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 1-0 5-2 1939 Copa America
14. 15 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 3-0 5-2 1939 Copa America
15. 15 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 5-1 5-2 1939 Copa America
16. 22 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 1-0 3-1 1939 Copa America
17. 22 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 2-1 3-1 1939 Copa America
18. 29 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 1-0 3-0 1939 Copa America
19. 29 January 1939 Limamarker, Perumarker 2-0 3-0 1939 Copa America
20. 23 February 1941 Santiago, Chilemarker 1-0 4-0 1941 Copa America
21. 23 February 1941 Santiago, Chilemarker 2-0 4-0 1941 Copa America
22. 23 February 1941 Santiago, Chilemarker 4-0 4-0 1941 Copa America
23. 21 January 1942 Montevideomarker, Uruguaymarker 1-2 1-2 1942 Copa America
24. 25 January 1942 Montevideomarker, Uruguaymarker 1-1 1-3 1942 Copa America


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