After becoming a star with the Vancouver Whitecaps in the MLS and living up to the expectations in Liga MX with Gallos Blancos following his arrival in 2014, Camilo Sanvezzo appeared destined to for great things in Mexican Football. Unfortunately, a torn ACL prior the start of the Clausura 2015 season held the Brazilian out for the next year and half, as he suffered a relapse in the same knee in his first game back.
Although he never appeared to regain that same lethal quality he possessed before his injury, Sanvezzo was certainly back to a dangerous goal-scorer status, as he scored 13 league goals in 28 games during the 2016-17 campaign, followed by 11 league goals in 28 matches as well during the 2017-18 seasons. And in his final year with Querétaro, the Brazilian piled on 13 more goals in 31 league matches in 2018-19. So while he may not have been in the golden boot conversation, he certainly proved he still had the ability to score. Not to mention, he was capable of scoring on some pretty talent-deprived Gallos Blancos squads.
A year ago, he was transferred to Tijuana in what was a striker exchange, as Xolos sent Fabián Castillo to Querétaro.