On his home debut, against Everton, his man-of-the-match performance featured a "low cross [that] struck Phil Neville on the foot, before heading in the direction of Tim Howard, but the ball spun sharply, slipping through the American's grasp" for an own goal.
; born 1 June 1984), nicknamed Palmatoria, is a Chilean professional footballer who plays for Universidad de Chile in the Primera División de Chile.He has played in Chile, Switzerland, Brazil, Belgium, Mexico and England, winning the League Cup with Birmingham City and the FA Cup with Wigan Athletic.Beausejour made his debut for the Chilean national team in 2004 and had made 82 appearances and scored 6 goals.In 20, he was a member of the Copa América winning squads and is the only Chilean to score in two consecutive World Cups (20).He began his professional career at Universidad Católica.
In 2002 he debuted after being loaned to Universidad de Concepción where he had an impressive season alongside Jorge Valdivia.
In 2004, he joined Switzerland's Servette in a one-year deal, In January 2008, Beausejour joined O'Higgins where he was used as left winger by Jorge Sampaoli and re-gained status after impressing once again.
His performances led him to the national team coached by Marcelo Bielsa who usually used him in the same position.
On 1 December 2008, it was reported that Beausejour completed a three-and-half year deal with Mexican club América.
He made his debut on 4 January 2009 during a 1–1 draw with rivals Guadalajara, scoring the opening goal.
Following a one-and-half year spell with the México DF–based side and his FIFA World Cup participation, he signed a three-year contract with Premier League side Birmingham City for an undisclosed fee in August 2010.