* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 7 May 2011.
† Appearances (Goals).
Felisberto Sebastião de Graca Amaral, more commonly known as Gilberto (born 21 September 1982), is an Angolanfootballer. He was formerly playing for Egypt's Al-Ahly and then played for Belgian club Lierse S.K.. He suffered a knee injury that lasted about a year. He was the first choice left winger. He came from Angola team AS Luanda and is in the Angolan team. An Achilles tendon injury made him miss the 2006 African Cup of Nations and the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. He was part of the Angolan national team during the 2008 African Cup of Nations in Ghana. In the 2010 African Cup of Nations opening game against Mali on January 10 in Luanda Gilberto made assist for 1–0 lead to Flavio Amado in the first half. In the second half he scored from penalty-kick for Angola 3–0 lead and later in the game Seydou Keita penalised him for another penalty kick for Angola. Manucho scored for 4–0 but the match finished 4–4 after four consecutive goals for Mali in the last 15 minutes of the game.
While playing for Al Ahly in Egypt, Gilberto was well known for fitting into the team's tactic. The tactic was that Gilberto would run on the side of the pitch and then cross the ball at the end to Flavio who would almost always score with a header. With Al Ahly, Gilberto played against many World Class teams such as FC Barcelona and AS Roma. He helped his team to much domestic glory before helping them become the only team in the world to qualify to Club World Cup twice in a row.