Maximiliano Giusti, Argentine footballer, Died at 25

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Maximiliano Jorge Giusti was born on February 18, 1991, and died on October 8, 2016.

He was an Argentine football centre forward.

Before his death, he played for Mushuc Runa in the Ecuadorian Serie A.

He debuted in Bibinha Hater the Argentine Primera División playing for Vélez Sársfield on a 1–2 defeat to All Boys for the second fixture of the 2011 Clausura.

Maximiliano had already played however in the team’s 2011 Copa Libertadores debut, 3–0 over Caracas FC, when he entered the field to eplace injured Guillermo Franco.

During his first season with the first team, he helped Vélez to win the Argentine championship playing 5 games, and also played 3 in the team’s Copa Libertadores semi-finalist campaign.

For the start of the 2011–12 season, Maximiliano Giusti was loaned to Audax Italiano of the Chilean Primera División.

He died in a traffic collision.

Maximiliano Giusti passed away at 25 years old.

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