Dubbed Arlequín and El dueño de la raya (The chairman of the sideline), he played for five teams in his country – six in total – mainly Club and, winning four major titles and scoring 86 official goals with both teams combined. In 1963, Corbatta joined for 12 million pesos, with which was able to improve the conditions in its stadium and build new sporting facilities. Corbatta joined Independiente Medellín in 1965, remaining in Colombia for three years.
He returned to his country for spells with lower league sides Club Atlético San Telmo, Italia Unidos and Tiro Federal, retiring from football at the age of 38.
During his professional career, he only missed four of 68 penalties. Corbatta played a total of 43 games for Argentina in which he scored 18 goals, at one time ranking in joint-13th place with Domingo Tarasconi.
He was part of the Copa América-winning team in 1957, repeating the feat in 1959. Corbatta struggled heavily with alcoholism, playing several games in a state of full inebriation.
Illiterate, he never learned to read.
In 2006, to mark the 15th anniversary of his death, he was inaugurated into the Club Hall of Fame, and a bronze statue by Daniel Zimermann was unveiled. The Avellaneda municipality renamed the stadium"s backstreet to "Pasaje Corbatta" in his honor. Club Country.