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Cheick Tidiane Diabaté is a Malian professional footballer who plays for Iranian club Esteghlal.

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Diabaté was promoted to the senior squad of Girondins de Bordeaux for the 2008–09 season following a successful season in the CFA, where he made 35 appearances and scored 18 goals. As Bordeaux preferred to field more experienced strikers, manager Laurent Blanc loaned Diabaté out to the Corsica-based and Ligue 2 club AC Ajaccio to enable him to get more playing time.
Ajaccio (loan)

Diabaté made his debut for AC Ajaccio in their opening match of the 2008–09 Ligue 2 season, in a loss to Châteauroux, playing the full 90 minutes. In the second match, he scored a brace in their 3–1 away win over Stade de Reims.[2] Three weeks later, he scored another brace, this time in a 4–0 home thrashing of Vannes.[3] He scored one goal in each of the following three Ligue 2 matches with Ajaccio earning wins over Brest[4] and Clermont[5] and drawing with Nîmes.[6]

Diabaté’s positive play continued throughout the season scoring important match-winning goals in Ligue 2 matches against Guingamp,[7] Lens,[8] Angers,[9] and Boulogne.[10] He also scored a goal in the Derby Corse against SC Bastia, in a 1–1 home Ligue 2 draw.[11] Diabaté finished the season with 14 Ligue 2 goals, which made him the club’s top scorer and placed him 4th among the top Ligue 2 scorers of the season; Ajaccio managed to stave off relegation only on the final day of the season.

While on loan to AC Ajaccio, Diabaté had his contract with Bordeaux extended until June 2013.[12]
Nancy (loan)

Diabaté returned to Bordeaux on 1 July 2009. On 20 July, he was loaned out again, this time to fellow Ligue 1 club AS Nancy.[13] The striker spent most of the season playing for the reserve team, playing only three matches (two matches in Ligue 1 and one match in the Coupe de la Ligue) for the first team.
Return to Bordeaux

Diabaté scored two goals in the final of the 2013 Coupe de France to help Bordeaux defeat Evian TG 3–2.

Diabaté had an excellent 2013–14 Ligue 1 season with Bordeaux, registering 12 goals in 25 Ligue 1 matches and scoring in a 1–1 away draw against Toulouse FC, one goal in each of the two rounds of matches against FC Lorient, and a second-half brace in a 4–1 home win against FC Sochaux-Montbéliard.

On 27 May 2016, Diabaté joined Osmanlıspor on a three-year contract.[14] Having returned from his loan to Metz in the summer, it was reported in mid-August 2017 that he had agreed to the termination of his contract.
Metz (loan)

On 30 December 2016, the Süper Lig club Osmanlıspor announced that Diabaté had been loaned to Ligue 1 club Metz until the end of the 2016–2017 season, with Metz having an option to purchase him. Diabaté helped Metz avoid relegation scoring 8 goals in 14 matches and the club expressed interest in signing him permanently in June 2017.
Benevento (loan)

In January 2018, Diabaté joined Serie A side Benevento on loan for the rest of the 2017–18 season. He scored his first goal in his first match for the Campanian team in a 3-2 win against Crotone. Diabate also scored two goals a piece against Hellas Verona, Juventus, and Sassuolo. His goal scoring form was such that with six goals in 3 games he equaled a long standing Serie A record held since 2001 by Dario Hubner] He finished the season with 8 goals in 11 games, having the best goal ratio among the players with more than one appearance in Serie A in 2010s, ahead of likes of Edinson Cavani, Romelu Lukaku, Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimović.

On 9 July 2019, Diabaté signed for Iranian club Esteghlal on a two-year contract.He was handed the number 7 shirt. He debuted for the club on 23 August, coming on as 67th-minute substitute for Farshid Esmaeili in a league match against Machine Sazi.[28] Six days later, he made his first start in his first appearance at Azadi Stadium in a 1–1 win against Foolad. On 1 November, he scored his first goals for Esteghlal, netting a hat-trick in a 4–2 away win against Tractor. He scored a brace in his AFC Champions League debut against Kuwait SC in a 3–0 victory.
International career

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