Adrián Jesús Bastía (born 20 December 1978 in Gobernador Crespo, Santa Fe) is an Argentine football midfielder.
Bastía started his playing career in 1997 with
Racing Club. He was part of the squad that won the 2001 Apertura, Racing Club's first league title in 35 years and their first major title of any description since 1988.
In 2003, Bastía joined
Espanyol in Spain but only played 8 games for the club before joining FC Saturn in Moscow.
In 2005 Bastía returned to Argentina, playing for
Estudiantes de La Plata, before returning to Racing Club in 2006. In 2008, playing for Asteras Tripolis in Greece, Bastía received international fame when on an away match against Panathinaikos FC he tackled a pitch invader and received a red card. [1 ]
In 2011, Bastía returned to Argentina, after 3 years in Greece, joining
Colón. In 2013, joined Atletico de Rafaela after not being taken account by Colón's coach Rubén Forestello. [2 ]
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