The official guest list for Claudio Pizarro's farewell match is now known, which includes a lot of cracks that were able to share next to the ' Bomber of the Andes'. See in this gallery a brief portrait of the highest ranked on the list.
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Meet the 10 most ranked cracks that will be present at Claudio Pizarro's farewell
High-end goalkeeper. He honorably defended Werder Bremen's goal and also managed to cover at Hoffenheim. He was international with the German national team, integrating the squad that took third place in South Africa 2010. He retired in 2013 at the age of 31 to later dedicate himself to being a WWE wrestler. He tried to come out of retirement in 2017, but his new physique and age prevented him from doing so. Similarly, he will be present at Pizarro's farewell due to the great friendship they built together in Germany.
Words fail to describe its greatness. He became an idol of Bayern Munich at full throttle, playing almost his entire career at that club, always being among the best. He was one of the main protagonists in winning the Champions League in 2013 and also in the German world championship in Brazil 2014, being team captain. Right backs like him, in his generation, very few./
A strong central defender with a great passing game. He shone at Bayern Munich for 8 seasons, but not before having shown his great ability in teams like Olympique de Marseille, Manchester City and Hamburg. In addition, he played two World Cups with the Belgium team, reaching the quarterfinals at most in Brazil 2014./
Together with Claudio Pizarro, Mertesacker established himself as a very special figure at Werder Bremen, although he spent the last years of his career at Arsenal. The German defender played three World Cups with his national team, always going quite far: in Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010 he had to settle for bronze, but in Brazil 2014 he was crowned with gold./
Undisputed legend of German football. He conquered everything in his power at the two biggest clubs in his country: Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. But the greatest success was achieved with the Teutonic team, being one of the pillars of the conquest of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil./
Versatile steering wheel, at the height of Michael Ballack, he left his mark on teams like Werder Bremen, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. He was runner-up with Germany in the 2002 South Korea-Japan World Cup and in Euro 2008./
One of the biggest foreign legends in the history of Werder Bremen. A '10' of enormous quality, who knew how to carve out a space for himself in the France team despite having cracks like Zinedine Zidane or Robert Pirès in front of him. In any case, he became champion with & # x27;Les bleus & # x27; at Euro 2000.
Winner of eight Bundesligas and one Champions League (2012/13) with Bayern Munich, Arjen Robben is a true idol of the club. He was world runner-up with the Netherlands in South Africa 2010 and has always been among the best soccer players in the world in recent years. Crack of cracks/
A striker as crack as Claudio Pizarro. They met at Bayern Munich in the 2012/13 season and competed healthily for the starting spot up front. Mario Gomez also retired two years ago with 170 goals in the Bundesliga, 27 less than the Peruvian.
Maximum reference in Paraguay. He had an excellent career in Europe, leaving his mark at Werder Bremen, Borussia Dortmund, Valencia CF, among others. He also commanded the & # x27; Albirroja & # x27; in a historic World Cup campaign until the quarterfinals of South Africa 2010./