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Argentine Footballers A-Z

Can you name some of the greatest Argentine footballers of all time?
No Argentine footballers with more than 30 caps whose names start with E, J, N, Q, U, X, Y and Z
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Last updated: November 6, 2023
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A
Centre back who played for Napoli, Valencia and Real Zaragoza
Roberto Ayala
Striker who played for Manchester City from 2011 to 2021
Sergio Agüero
B
Striker who played for Fiorentina and Roma from 1991 to 2003
Gabriel Batistuta
Midfielder who scored the winning goal in the final of the 1986 FIFA World Cup
Jorge Burruchaga
C
Striker who played for Parma, Lazio, Inter and Chelsea
Hernán Crespo
Forward or winger who played for Atalanta, Roma, Benfica and Boca Juniors
Claudio Caniggia
D
Right winger who played for Real Madrid, Manchester United and PSG
Ángel Di María
F
Goalkeeper of the national team that won the 1978 FIFA World Cup
Ubaldo Fillol
G
Best goalkeeper of the 1990 FIFA World Cup
Sergio Goycochea
H
Striker who played for Real Madrid, Napoli and Juventus
Gonzalo Higuaín
I
Starting goalkeeper for Argentina during the 1994 FIFA World Cup
Luis Islas
K
Top goal scorer of the 1978 FIFA World Cup
Mario Kempes
L
Forward best known for his spells with Valencia and Lazio
Claudio López
M
Won a record eight Ballon d'Or awards
Lionel Messi
One of the two joint winners of the FIFA Player of the 20th Century award
Diego Maradona
Second most capped player in the country's history
Javier Mascherano
O
Defender who won the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Nicolás Otamendi
Attacking midfielder who played for Valencia, Sampdoria, Parma and River Plate
Ariel Ortega
P
Captain of the national team that won the 1978 FIFA World Cup
Daniel Passarella
R
Defender who won the 1986 FIFA World Cup
Oscar Ruggeri
Most capped goalkeeper in the history of the Argentina national team
Sergio Romero
S
Midfielder and later manager of Atlético Madrid since 2011
Diego Simeone
Centre-back or defensive midfielder who played for Udinese, Parma and Lazio
Roberto Sensini
T
Striker who played for Boca Juniors, Manchester City and Juventus
Carlos Tevez
Left-back that won the 1978 FIFA World Cup
Alberto Tarantini
V
Midfielder who played for Sampdoria, Parma, Lazio and Manchester United
Juan Verón
Striker who scored four goals at the 1986 FIFA World Cup
Jorge Valdano
Z
Right Wing-back who played for Inter Milan from 1995 to 2014
Javier Zanetti
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