Mateja Kezmen Data
Background information and resume for Mateja Kezman:
Played first career game with Zemun, in 1995.
- Transferred and played for Partizan Pirot, FK Loznica and Sartid, in 1995-1996-1997
- Scored his first career goal with Sartid, in 1997.
- Transferred to Partizan Belgrade, in 1998.
Had his first European Cup match with Partizan in UEFA Cup, in 1999.
- Had his first international debut against China, in 2000.
- Awarded as the Yugoslav player of the year, in 2000.- Awaded as the Yugoslav League Top Goal Socrer, in 2000.
- Transferred to PSV Eindhoven, in 2000.-
Had the nickname “Batman” during the time he spent with PSV.
- Announced his retirement from international football for Serbia & Montenegro after a draw against Azerbeijan, in 2003.
- Won the UEFA Cup top goal scorer award, in 2004.
- Transferred to Chelsea, in 2004.
- Returned to the international football with Serbia & Montenegro, in 2004.
- Won the Premiere League and League Cup with Chelsea.
- Transferred to Atletico Madrid, in 2005.
- Had 30 Champions League Appearances and 3 goals.
- Had 17 UEFA Cup Appearances and 10 goals.
- Scored 105 goals in 122 matches with PSV Eindhoven in 4 seasons.
- Signed a four-year contract with Fenerbahce in 2006.