Hugo Sanchez, Javier Hernandez and the Best Ever Mexicans Players Overseas

  • Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Forward)
    1/16 He has played for Real Valladolid, where scored great goals in Spain, including a spectacular free-kick against Real Madrid C.F., and for Chicago Fire, where he was at MLS Best XI in 2008, MLS All-Star Game MVP in 2008 and won MLS Goal of the Year in 2007.
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  • Javier Aguirre (Coach)
    3/16 He developed most of his managerial career in Spain, in clubs like Atletico Madrid, where he won 2007 UEFA Intertoto Cup, Zaragoza, Osasuna and Espanyol. He currently manages Japan national football team.
  • Francisco Rodriguez (Defense)
    4/16 He has highlighted in PSV Eindhoven and VfB Stuttgart, where he played 100 games, 60 in the Netherlands and 40 at Germany. He won Johan Cruijff Shield (Dutch Super Cup) in 2008.
  • Andres Guardado (Midfielder)
    5/16 He has developed most of his international career at Spain with Deportivo La Coruña, where he played several seasons, four in La Liga. He has also played for Bayer Leverkusen and Valencia, his current team. With Deportivo, he scored 25 goals at 143 games.
  • Rafael Marquez (Defense)
    6/16 With AS Monaco, he won the league title in 2000. With FC Barcelona, he played in over 200 games and win numerous championships, including four La Liga titles, two Champions League titles, and one FIFA Club World Cup trophy, among other titles. In 2006, he became the first Mexican player to win the Champions. He also played for New York Red Bulls and currently is at Verona.
  • Guillermo Ochoa (Goalkeeper)
    7/16 He has played for Ajaccio in France, where he spent three seasons with the club and played 112 games. In 2014, he joined Malaga, his current team.
  • Hector Moreno (Defense)
    8/16 With AZ Alkmaar, he won 2008-09 Eredivise. That same year, he also won the Dutch Super Cup with AZ. He currently plays at Espanyol.
  • Carlos Salcido (Defense)
    9/16 With PSV Eindhoven, acting as vice-captain for the Dutch team, he was the first Mexican player to be champion in the Eredivise (2006–07 and 2007–08). He has also played at Fulham.
  • Carlos Vela (Forward)
    10/16 He has played for Arsenal, Salamanca, Osasuna, and West Bromwich Albion, and currently shines with Real Sociedad, where he has scored 55 goals at 71 games.
  • Giovani dos Santos (Forward/Midfielder)
    11/16 He has developed his entire international career outside Mexico, at clubs like Barcelona, Tottenham, Galatasaray, Racing Santander, Mallorca and Villarreal, his current team. He has scored 39 goals in 203 games.
  • Javier Hernandez (Forward)
    12/16 He has developed his entire international career at Manchester United, where he has won 2010–11 and 2012–13 Premier League. He also has scored 59 goals at 152 games.
  • Pavel Pardo (Midfielder)
    13/16 With VfB Stuttgart, he won 2006–07 Bundesliga, when he appeared in 33 complete games, serving as one of the pillars of the team. He also played for Chicago Fire.
  • Luis Garcia (Forward)
    14/16 Internationally, he played for Spanish La Liga's teams Atletico Madrid, where he scored 28 goals in 58 games, and Real Sociedad.
  • Hugo Sanchez (Forward)
    15/16 He played for four European clubs, including Real Madrid, where he won five La Liga (1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89 and 1989–90) and 1985–86 UEFA Cup, among another titles. He was La Liga Top Scorer in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1990, and scored 207 goals in 283 games. He also played for Atletico Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, Linz (Austria), San Diego Sockers and Dallas Burn.
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