Wilmer Santiago Acaciete Ariadela ( Spanish: Wilmer Santiago Acasiete Ariadela ; November 22, 1977 , Callao , Peru ) - Peruvian footballer and defender . Bronze medalist of the America's Cup 2011 and a participant in the America's Cup 2007 and a participant in two America's Cups 2004 and 2007 . Winner of the 2003 South American Cup and the 2004 South American Recopa as part of Cienciano .
|Full name||Wilmer Santiago Akasete Aryadela|
|Nickname||Santi ( El . Santi )|
|Awards and medals|
Santiago Akasete began his professional career at the Deportivo Vanka Club in 1995 . Only in 2000 the club was able to reach the top division of the championship of Peru . In the championship of 2001 Akasete took part in 42 matches of the club, in which he scored 3 goals. The following year Akasete spent at the Universitario club for which he played 36 games in the championship and scored 2 goals. The next two years, the Peruvian spent in the club " Cienciano ", with whom in 2003 he won the South American Cup , and the next won the South America Recop . Moreover, in the match against Boca Juniors, Rekopy  Akasete realized the last penalty of his team. Soon Akasete as a free agent moved to the club of the Spanish Segunda " Almeria ".
In Spain, Santi Akasete has already spent 7 seasons, the first three he spent in Segunda, and four more in Example . During this time, he played for Almeria 180 matches in the championship in which he scored 12 goals. In the 2010/11 championship , Akasiete, who played in 20 games, was unable to help his club, who finished last 20th and flew back to Segunda. However, in the same season, Almeria managed to reach the Spanish Cup semi- final , in which she lost to Barcelona . At the moment, this is the highest achievement of Akasete for his career in Spain. In 2007, Santiago Akasete received a Spanish passport, since then he is no longer considered a legionary in the Spanish championship  .
In 2012, he returned to Peru and stands for Cienciano .
In the national team
In the Peru national team, Santiago Akasete made his debut on February 18, 2004 in a friendly match with the Spanish national team , which ended with the defeat of the Peruvians with a score of 1: 2. Akasete appeared on the field only in the 70th minute.
In the same year, Akasete took part in the America's Cup . At that Cup, Akasiete took part in all four matches of his team and even scored a goal against the Venezuelan team  .
In 2007, Akasete took part in his second America's Cup . Well, the tournament he played in three games, and his team stopped at the stage of the quarter finals.
After the qualifying match of the 2010 World Cup with the Brazilian national team  , held on November 18, 2007, Akaciete, along with other Peru players, Claudio Pizarro , Jefferson Farfán and Andres Mendoza organized a party where they used alcohol in a society of prostitutes  . The Peruvian Football Federation, for violating the sporting regime, removed all four players from the national team for a year and a half and fined everyone 10,000 pounds  . Subsequently, all players except Andres Mendoza were suspended from eighteen months to three  .
In 2011, Akasete again got into the team's bid for the America's Cup , his third in a row. Akasete played in four games of his team, missing the quarterfinal match with the team of Colombia  and the match for the third place with the team of Venezuela  . In the Cup, the Peru national team took third place in the final.
In total, for the Peru national team, Santiago Akasete played 38 matches in which he scored 2 goals.
- Team Peru
- Bronze medalist of the America's Cup : 2011
- Kirin Cup Winner: 2011
- South American Cup Winner: 2003
- Winner of the South American Recopa : 2004
- Total: 2 trophies
National team statistics
|one||February 18, 2004||Barcelona||Spain||1: 2||-||Friendly match|
|2||April 28, 2004||Antofagasta||Chile||1: 1||-||Friendly match|
|3||June 1, 2004||Montevideo||Uruguay||3: 1||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|four||June 6, 2004||Lima||Venezuela||0-0||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|five||June 30, 2004||East raterford||Argentina||1: 2||-||Friendly match|
|6||July 6, 2004||Lima||Bolivia||2: 2||-||America's Cup 2004|
|7||July 9, 2004||Lima||Venezuela||3: 1||one||America's Cup 2004|
|eight||July 12, 2004||Trujillo||Colombia||2: 2||-||America's Cup 2004|
|9||July 17, 2004||Chiclayo||Argentina||0: 1||-||America's Cup 2004|
|ten||September 4, 2004||Lima||Argentina||1: 3||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|eleven||October 9, 2004||La paz||Bolivia||0: 1||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|12||October 13, 2004||Asuncion||Paraguay||1: 1||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|13||November 17, 2004||Lima||Chile||2: 1||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|14||March 30, 2005||Lima||Ecuador||2: 2||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|15||June 4, 2005||Barranquilla||Colombia||0: 5||-||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|sixteen||October 12, 2005||Tacna||Bolivia||4: 1||one||World Cup Qualifier 2006|
|17||June 3, 2007||Madrid||Ecuador||2: 1||-||Friendly match|
|18||June 6, 2007||Barcelona||Ecuador||0: 2||-||Friendly match|
|nineteen||June 26, 2007||Merida||Uruguay||3: 0||-||America's Cup 2007|
|20||June 30, 2007||San Cristobal||Venezuela||0: 2||-||America's Cup 2007|
|21||July 8, 2007||Barquisimeto||Argentina||0-4||-||America's Cup 2007|
|22||September 8, 2007||Lima||Colombia||2: 2||-||Friendly match|
|23||September 12, 2007||Lima||Bolivia||2: 0||-||Friendly match|
|24||October 13, 2007||Lima||Paraguay||0-0||-||2010 World Cup qualifier|
|25||October 17, 2007||Santiago||Chile||0: 2||-||2010 World Cup qualifier|
|26||November 18, 2007||Lima||Brazil||1: 1||-||2010 World Cup qualifier|
|27||November 21, 2007||Quito||Ecuador||1: 5||-||2010 World Cup qualifier|
|28||September 4, 2010||Toronto||Canada||2: 0||-||Friendly match|
|29||September 7, 2010||Fort Lauderdale||Jamaica||2: 1||-||Friendly match|
|thirty||March 29, 2011||Hague||Ecuador||0-0||-||Friendly match|
|31||June 1, 2011||Niigata||Japan||0-0||-||Kirin Cup|
|32||June 4, 2011||Matsumoto||Czech||0-0||-||Kirin Cup|
|33||June 28, 2011||Lima||Senegal||1: 0||-||Friendly match|
|34||July 4, 2011||San juan||Uruguay||1: 1||-||America's Cup 2011|
|35||July 8, 2011||Mendoza||Mexico||1: 0||-||America's Cup 2011|
|36||July 12, 2011||Mendoza||Chile||0: 1||-||America's Cup 2011|
|37||July 19, 2011||La Plata||Uruguay||0: 2||-||America's Cup 2011|
|38||September 5, 2011||La paz||Bolivia||0-0||-||Friendly match|
Total: 38 matches / 2 goals; 7 wins, 11 draws, 16 losses.
|Year||America's Cup Matches||World Cup Qualifiers||Friendly matches||Total|
- Recopa 2003 (English) . rsssf. The appeal date is July 17, 2011. Archived August 14, 2012.
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- Peru vs Venezuela 3: 1 (English) . worldfootball.net. The appeal date is July 17, 2011. Archived August 14, 2012.
- Peru - Brazil 1: 1 (0: 1) (English) . FIFA. The appeal date is July 17, 2011. Archived August 14, 2012.
- 4 Peruvians suspended from games for the national team . Championship.com (December 8, 2007). The appeal date is July 17, 2011. Archived August 14, 2012.
- The national team of Peru disqualified four players . Championship.com (March 28, 2008). The appeal date is July 17, 2011. Archived August 14, 2012.
- Mendoza accused Peru Football Federation of racism . Championship.com (July 8, 2008). The appeal date is July 17, 2011. Archived August 14, 2012.
- Colombia 0 2 Perú (English) . conmebol.com. The appeal date was July 16, 2011. Archived June 28, 2012.
- Perú 4 1 Venezuela (English) . conmebol.com. The appeal date is July 24, 2011. Archived June 28, 2012.
- Profile on fifa.com (eng.) . Archived May 14, 2012.
- Profile on uefa.com (Inaccessible link) . Archived May 14, 2012.
- Player profile on worldfootball.net (eng.) . Archived May 14, 2012.
- Player Profile (English) on Transfermarkt
- Player profile (eng.) On soccerbase.com
- Player profile on footballdatabase.eu (English) . Archived May 14, 2012.