The successful career of Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres made his debut with Atlético de Madrid in 2001 against Leganés; it all started here.
The player from Fuenlabrada celebrated more than 90 goals with the red and white shirt between 2001 and 2007.
Despite his youth, Torres quickly became the flagship and captain of Atlético de Madrid.
Simeone will tutor Fernando again, this time from the bench, after sharing the field between 2003 and 2005.
Growing through the Atlético ranks, Torres became the idol of the fans thanks to his many goals.
Enrique Cerezo presents Fernando Torres with his shirt the day he left Atlético to... come back.
'The Kid', as he was called when he started to play for Liverpool, quickly demonstrated his scoring capacity in the Premier League.
A goal from Torres provided the national team coached by Luis Aragonés with their second Euro Cup after a long dry spell.
Fernando Torres celebrates one of the goals scored by Liverpool against Real Madrid in the qualifying round of the 2009 Champions League.
The forward from Fuenlabrada celebrated winning the World Cup through the streets of Madrid with an Atlético scarf.
The international striker celebrates his goal at the Camp Nou, that classified Chelsea for the 2012 Champions League final.
Fernando Torres conquered with Chelsea the Champions against Bayern.
Fernando Torres celebrates his goal in the 2012 Euro Cup against Italy (4-0).
The forward from Madrid apologises to the red and white fans at Stamford Bridge after scoring the 1-0 for Chelsea in the last Champions League semi-finals.
Milan was his last stop before returning to the Calderón.