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Wilmer Velasquez
Personal information
Full name Wilmer Raynel Neal Velasquez
Date of birth April 28, 1972 (1972-04-28) (age 37)
Place of birth    Tela, Honduras
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current club Olimpia
Number 11
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1991-1995
1995-1996
1996-1998
1998-1999
1999-2001
2001-2002
2002-2009
Olimpia
Concepcion
Olimpia
Recife
Olimpia
Atlas
Olimpia
 ? (12)
 ? (8)
 ? (0)
 ? (1)
? (?)
? (1)   
National team2
1996-2007 Honduras 48 (35)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 2007.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 26 June, 2008.
* Appearances (Goals)

Wilmer Raynel Neal Velasquez (born April 28, 1972 in San Pedro Sula, Cortés) is a Honduras football player. He currently plays for Club Deportivo Olimpia.

Velásquez is currently the all-time top goalscorer in the Honduran National Football League with 188 goals, and was the second player to reach 150 goals after Denilson Costa.

In 2005, Wilmer Velasquez came was crowned one of the 'Top Goalscorers in the World' by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics. He made 15 goals both with his National Team, Honduras and his Club, Olimpia and came second only behind Brazilian player Adriano Leite Ribeiro, who scored 18 goals. [1]

Velasquez played in Mexico without any fortune and returned to Honduras. He has also played in Chile and Brazil.

He has won 12 titles of the Honduran League, all of them with Club Deportivo Olimpia.

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. December 11, 1994 Fullerton, United States  United States 1-1 Win Friendly
2. April 16, 1997 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Panama 5-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1997
3. April 16, 1997 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Panama 5-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1997
4. April 16, 1997 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Panama 5-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1997
5. April 16, 1997 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Panama 5-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1997
6. April 18, 1997 Guatemala City, Guatemala  El Salvador 3-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1997
7. April 18, 1997 Guatemala City, Guatemala  El Salvador 3-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1997
8. January 21, 1998 Nicoya, Costa Rica  Costa Rica 4-1 Win Friendly
9. January 21, 1998 Nicoya, Costa Rica  Costa Rica 4-1 Win Friendly
10. January 29, 1998 San Salvador, El Salvador  El Salvador 1-1 Tie Friendly
11. November 17, 1999 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Trinidad and Tobago 3-2 Win Friendly
12. March 8, 2000 Quito, Ecuador  Ecuador 3-1 Win Friendly
13. November 14, 2000 Kingston, Jamaica  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 7-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
14. April 25, 2003 Fort-de-France, Martinique  Trinidad and Tobago 2-0 Win 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup qualifier
15. April 27, 2003 Fort-de-France, Martinique  Martinique 4-2 Win 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup qualifier
16. June 7, 2003 Miami, United States  Venezuela 1-2 Loss Friendly
17. June 29, 2003 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  El Salvador 1-1 Tie Friendly
18. February 19, 2005 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Nicaragua 5-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2005
19. February 19, 2005 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Nicaragua 5-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2005
20. February 19, 2005 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Nicaragua 5-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2005
21. February 21, 2005 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Belize 4-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2005
22. February 23, 2005 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Guatemala 1-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2005
23. February 25, 2005 Guatemala City, Guatemala  Panama 1-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2005
24. July 2, 2005 Vancouver, Canada  Canada 2-1 Win Friendly
25. July 10, 2005 Miami, United States  Colombia 2-1 Win 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup
25. July 16, 2005 Foxboro, United States  Costa Rica 3-2 Win 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup
26. September 7, 2005 Miyagi, Japan  Japan 4-5 Loss Friendly
27. September 7, 2005 Miyagi, Japan  Japan 4-5 Loss Friendly
28. September 7, 2005 Miyagi, Japan  Japan 4-5 Loss Friendly
29. February 15, 2007 San Salvador, El Salvador  Nicaragua 9-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2007
30. February 15, 2007 San Salvador, El Salvador  Nicaragua 9-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2007
31. February 15, 2007 San Salvador, El Salvador  Nicaragua 9-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2007
32. February 15, 2007 San Salvador, El Salvador  Nicaragua 9-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2007

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