Former Inter, Torino and Roma player Joaquin Peiró has died at the age of 84. He was most famous as a member of Helenio Herrera’s Grande Inter side.
The Spanish forward cemented his place in Nerazzurri history by scoring against Liverpool in the European Cup semi-final in 1965, when he snuck up on goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence and intercepted a clearance.
He spent a good chunk of his career in Italy, joining Torino in 1962, moving to Inter two years later and then Roma from 1966-70.
Peiró returned to Atletico Madrid for one more season before retiring in 1971.
He then had a coaching career with the likes of Atletico Madrid, Granada, Malaga and Real Murcia.
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