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|Full name||Milan Osterc|
|Date of birth||4 July 1975|
|Place of birth||Murska Sobota, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|2000–2002||Hapoel Tel Aviv||53||(10)|
|2002–2003||Le Havre AC||8||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 January 2011.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 12 April 2009
Milan Osterc (pronounced [ˈmíːlan ˈòːstərt͡s]; born 4 July 1975 in Murska Sobota) is a retired Slovenian football striker. He is also known by the nickname Jagoda (pronounced [ˈjàːgɔda], English: The strawberry).
UEFA Cup run with Hapoel
Osterc is best known in Israel for his seven goals in Hapoel Tel Aviv's run to the quarter finals of the 2002 UEFA Cup. Crucial strikes against powerhouses Chelsea, Parma, and Lokomotiv Moscow helped Hapoel defy the odds and achieve one of their greatest feats in European football.
Osterc played 44 matches for the Slovenia and was a participant at the Euro 2000 and 2002 FIFA World Cup. On 10 November 2001 he scored a spectacular goal against Romania, helping to secure his country's first World Cup appearance as an independent nation.
- Scores and results list Slovenia's goal tally first.
|1||8 February 1999||Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat||Oman||1–0||7–0||Friendly match|
|2||8 February 1999||Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat||Oman||3–0||7–0||Friendly match|
|3||8 February 1999||Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat||Oman||4–0||7–0||Friendly match|
|4||8 February 1999||Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat||Oman||6–0||7–0||Friendly match|
|5||18 August 1999||Bežigrad Stadium, Ljubljana||Albania||2–0||2–0||UEFA Euro 2000 qualification|
|6||3 September 2000||Svangaskarð, Toftir||Faroe Islands||2–0||2–2||FIFA World Cup 2002 qualification|
|7||1 September 2001||Bežigrad Stadium, Ljubljana||Russia||1–0||2–1||FIFA World Cup 2002 qualification|
|8||10 November 2001||Bežigrad Stadium, Ljubljana||Romania||2–1||2–1||FIFA World Cup 2002 qualification|
|Correct as of 7 October 2015|