|Full name Ivan Sanchez-Rico Soto|
Height 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Role Carry, Disabler, Escape
Intelligence 14 + 1.30
|Name Ivan Soto|
Current team Guadalajara
Agility 34 + 2.90
Place of birth Aranjuez, Spain
Role Dota 2 hero
Strength 17 + 2.00
|Date of birth (1980-08-11) 11 August 1980 (age 35)|
Abilities Backstab, Permanent invisibility, Smoke screen, Blink strike
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Iván Sánchez-Rico Soto (born 11 August 1980), known as Riki, is a Spanish footballer who plays as a striker.
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- Early career
- Later years
He spent most of his professional career with Deportivo, appearing in 226 competitive games and scoring 58 goals.
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Riki was born in Aranjuez, Community of Madrid. After spending his youth career in amateur clubs in the area he played with both Real Madrid's reserve sides, C and B. In July 2004, after having signed an extension with the Merengues the previous year, he was released and moved to another capital team, Getafe CF, making his La Liga debut on 12 September 2004 in a 1–2 home defeat to RCD Mallorca; on 13 March 2005 he scored against his former employer in a 2–1 home success and, in his second season, netted eight league goals.
In late June 2006, Riki moved to Deportivo de La Coruña on a five-year contract. During his first year he was an undisputed starter and, in the following campaign, he featured less prominently, but scored two more goals (five).
In the first game of the 2008–09 season, against Real Madrid, Riki was stretchered off the pitch with a hamstring injury, ironically after having subbed in himself. He was out of action for two weeks, subsequently netting on 2 November 2008 in a 3–0 success at Real Betis.
Riki again suffered physical problems in the following season, but made the most of his 1,492 minutes as he scored eight goals, notably netting in the opener, a 2–3 loss at Real Madrid, and in both matches against Xerez CD (3–0 away, 2–1 at home); the Galicians eventually finished in tenth position.
After his team's relegation in 2011, Riki netted 14 times as they bounced back as champions of the second division, including early strikes in home and away victories over Celta de Vigo in the Galician derby.
When Deportivo were immediately relegated, Riki ended his seven-year tenure to remain in the top flight at Granada CF for the next three seasons. He did not score for the Andalusians until 14 December 2013 in a 2–0 win at Rayo Vallecano, and added only one more goal in a 3–3 draw on his return to Getafe.
On 31 August 2015, 35-year-old Riki dropped down two levels to sign a two-year deal at CD Guadalajara. He left at the end of his debut campaign, however, having been relegated from Segunda División B.