1. Mario Mandzukic opened his doors to Juve, joining the side in July 2015.
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2. Mario Mandzukic was one of the outstanding players at the Euro 2012 and as a result, Wolfsburg lost him to Bayern Munich who came with a €13 million offer.
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4. Mario Mandzukic is a top striker on the Croatian national team.
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7. Mario Mandzukic has appeared a more natural foil for the Portuguese, meaning Dybala has often been shunted into a wide position, where he's not been as effective.
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8. Mario Mandzukic became the first player since Netherlands' Ernie Brandts in 1978 to score for his team and an own goal in the same game.
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9. Mario Mandzukic was even given the nickname Đilkos by Miroslav Blazevic, which means brash and unsophisticated, referring to the striker's physical strengths, powerful physique and seemingly endless stamina, rather than his technical ability; his other nicknames include Mandzo and Super Mario.
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10. Mario Mandzukic scored in the second match between the two sides in Belgrade.
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15. On 10 July 2014, Mario Mandzukic signed a four-year deal with the Spanish club Atletico Madrid for an undisclosed fee.
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18. Mario Mandzukic scored his first Bundesliga goal for Wolfsburg on Matchday 26 against 1.
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21. Mario Mandzukic started playing football in Germany, where he and his parents relocated to due to the Croatian War of Independence.
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22. Mario Mandzukic was named Croatian Footballer of the Year in 2012 and 2013.
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