In this week's Magic Numbers article we take a look at a few players who have worn the No 19 jersey in Scottish football - some familiar names and some less so!
Chile internationalist Pinilla signed for Hearts, on loan from Sporting Lisbon, in the summer of 2006. The striker started his career at Universidad de Chile and spent time at Inter Milan, Chievo and Celta Vigo before moving to Portugal. He only played a handful of games for the Jambos but managed to get on the scoresheet against Inverness and Aberdeen before signing for Vasco de Gama in Brazil in September 2008. Now 32, he plays for Atalanta in Serie A. Despite playing cameo roles at a number of clubs, Pinilla has amassed 45 caps for Chile, scoring on eight occasions for his country.
The Bulgaria midfielder - who earned more than 100 caps for his country - joined Celtic from CSKA Sofia in the summer of 1999 when John Barnes was manager and he proved to be a huge hit at Parkhead, winning numerous trophies and playing in the 2003 UEFA Cup Final, before leaving for Aston Villa in 2006. This summer he took part in a friendly for Aston Villa against Austrian side GAK, having been forced to retire in 2013 due to leukaemia.
The striker was snapped up by Rangers boss Walter Smith from Bordeaux in the summer of 2007 and was part of the side that went on to reach the final of the UEFA Cup, famously scoring against Sporting Lisbon in Portugal en route. Previously with Nottingham Forest, he left Ibrox in January 2009 for French club Valenciennes and had a spell with Nantes before ending his career with Kavala in Greece.
Lauri Dalla Valle
Dalla Valle started his career in his native Finland before moving to the youth team at Inter Milan in 2005. He spent a couple of years in the reserves at Liverpool between 2008 and 2010 before moving on to Fulham as part of a swap deal that took Paul Konchesky to Anfield. He hardly featured at Craven Cottage and was sent out on loan to Bournemouth and then Dundee United in the summer of 2011. He scored three league goals for the Terrors before returning to London. Now 24, the striker is without a club after spending a couple of years playing for Crewe.
Zdrilic signed for Aberdeen in the summer of 2003 after a spell with Walsall and is probably best remembered for his late winner at Parkhead in April 2004 as the Dons ended Celtic’s run of 78 home games without defeat. An Australia internationalist, he netted in a 2-0 victory against Scotland at Hampden and scored eight times when the Aussies thumped American Samoa 31-0. After leaving Aberdeen in 2004 he had a spell with Eintracht Trier in Germany then joined Sydney FC. Now 42, Zdrilic is a member of the Australia Beach Soccer team.