The goalkeeper highlighted the qualities of each athlete and confessed that only one of them will participate in the Qatar 2022 World Cup
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It will be next Sunday, November 20, when the Qatar World Cup 2022, a sporting event that is already considered one of the most controversial in the history of football due to the strict restrictions that the local government imposed on all fans who They will visit the country. In the midst of the scandal, rumors emerged about who will be the artists that will perform at the opening and the official lists of the teams that will participate were released.
On this occasion, Gerardo Tata Martino sparked controversy over the 26 soccer players he chose to represent Mexico in the fair World Cup, because despite the fact that hope persists among Mexicans, many doubted that this team led by Andrés Guardado would reach the long-awaited fifth game.
Because of this, a debate was opened on social networks about who are the “leftover” footballers in the National Team and who should have taken their place. In this context, some Internet users recalled great icons of national soccer who, without a doubt, had they worked together, would have formed an unstoppable team.
The Argentine has been harshly criticized by Mexican fans after his decisions as Technical Director of the National Team. (Photo: USA TODAY/Gary A. Vasquez)
Jorge Campos revealed the names of his 11 all-time national team
The man from Guerrero who made his debut as a striker but went on to become a goalkeeper both inside and outside of Mexico, gave an interview to Alex Montiel -better known as the Escorpión Dorado– where he revealed who, from his perspective, are the 11 best players who have gone through the first division of Mexican soccer and who, having coincided, would have been an unstoppable machine in any World Cup. These are:
1. Pablo Larios Iwasaki – Goalkeeper
2. Claudio Suárez Sánchez – Defense
3. Juan de Dios Ramírez Perales – Defense
4. Rafael Márquez Lugo– Center-back
The athlete He had Japanese roots and marked a whole generation of Mexican goalkeepers. (Photo: File)
5. Jorge Rodríguez Esquivel – Winger
6. Jesús Ramón Ramírez Ceceña – Full Back
7. Cuauhtémoc Blanco – Midfielder
8. Hugo Sánchez Márquez – Forward
9. Hirving Chucky Lozano – Forward
10. Ignacio Ambriz – Flyer
11. Alberto García Aspe – Midfielder
The former captain of the Mexican National Team passed the baton to Andres Saved. (Photo: Getty Images)
With much respect, the BrodyHe commented that, although he is currently considered the best goalkeeper in Mexico, Pablo Larios Iwasaki was a master in goalkeeping and without a doubt he included him in his hypothetical selection. It should be remembered that the native of Hidalgo forged his career in the ranks of Cruz Azul, Puebla and Toros Neza, but he defended the goal of Mexico tooth and nail in the 80's.
Claudio Suárez, a star from Texcoco, State of Mexico, shone as a central defender or right back for Chivasand the Mexican National Team itself. Juan de Dios Ramírez Perales shone as a defender in the ranks of Pumas, achieving a championship in 1990 and Jorge Rodríguez Esquivel conquered the field with the sports clubs Toluca and Santos Laguna.
Hugo Sánchez was a prominent figure within the Mexican National Team (Photo: Twitter/@XaviSol_)
Rafael Márquez Lugo played his last World Cup in 2018 becoming one of the Mexican players with the highest number of jousts of this nature, in addition in all he jumped onto the field as captain; He is currently working as a commentator for Televisa. Hugo Sánchez and Cuauhtémoc Blanco are now retired, but they are still considered international soccer icons for their masterful control of the ball.
In general, his list was made up of great Mexican soccer figures who were part of the 1994 National Team, however, he included a 27-year-old who will represent the country in the Qatar 2022 World Cup. This is Hirving Chucky Lozano, a forward who has driven fans crazy with the power of his legs.