Diego Milito fell behind in the pecking order of Inter Milan and this can be seen by his last 2 seasons when performing at the Italian club where he only managed to make 37 league appearances during both seasons.

The Argentinean forward was playing less and less of an important role in Inter Milan which played an important role in the decision of the Italian side Inter Milan in releasing him as well as Milito deciding to continue playing the last few years of his career at a place where his chances of playing are higher, the veteran player ultimately opted to go with his childhood team, Racing Club.

Racing Club is currently going through their pre-season schedule with friendly matches being played between a number of different teams and Diego Milito has already made himself be noticed as he scored the winning goal for his club during the 4th friendly match of Racing Club of their pre-season as they faced off against Belgrano and came out winning with a scoreboard of 2-1.

During the recently concluded 2014 World Cup, there was a result that shocked Diego Milito and it was the match that Germany disputed against Brazil with the Germans claiming their famous and rather surprising 7-1 triumph. Following the victory, Milito stepped up to the media as he was performing as a Team Ambassador for Sony and said:

“It’s a huge margin of defeat and it’s a result that will feature prominently in football history books in future. It will go down as perhaps the most painful defeat of all time.”

At his 35 years of age, Diego Milito will finish the last few years of his professional competitive career playing in the club where he started it all off, in Racing Club and he has already started to show his appreciation for the team on letting him return by scoring goals.