Oswaldo Felipe Ramírez Salcedo
Date of birth
March 28, 1947
Place of birth
1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Sport Boys 92
Atletico Espanol 47
Sporting Cristal 72
Deportivo Galicia ?
Sporting Cristal 57
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June 2007.
† Appearances (Goals).
Oswaldo Felipe Ramírez Salcedo (born on March 28, 1947, in Lima, Peru) is a retired Peruvian football striker. He is one of the highest scoring players in the history of the Copa Libertadores and he helped Peru win the 1975 Copa América.
Club career [ edit ]
Ramírez started his career with
Sport Boys in 1966 and, in 1968, was the top scorer in the Primera División Peruana.
In 1969, Oswaldo "Cachito" Ramirez scored two historic goals against Argentina in the Bombonera (Argentina), that allowed Peru to participate in the 1970 Mexico World Cup, leaving Argentina eliminated of this competition.
In 1970 he joined
Universitario de Deportes where he won the league title in 1971 and 1974.
Between 1975 and 1977 he played for
Atletico Espanol in Mexico. [1 ]
In 1977 Ramírez returned to Peru to play for
Sporting Cristal where he won the championship in 1979 and 1980 as well as being top scorer in 1980.
After a short spell with
Deportivo Galicia in Venezuela Ramírez returned to Sporting Cristal, he retired in 1982.
Ramírez scored a total of 26 goals in the
Copa Libertadores making him the 8th highest scoring player overall and the highest scoring Peruvian in the history of the tournament. [2 ]
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Individual awards [ edit ]
International career [ edit ]
Ramírez played a total of 57 games for Peru, scoring 17 goals representing them at the
1970 FIFA World Cup and helping them to win the Copa América 1975.
Ramírez's 17 goals for Peru make him the 5th highest scorer in the history of the Peru national team.
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