Real Madrid is a club that has millions of fans worldwide. Their matches are watched by clubs and Madrid bars from all over the world. You only need to look at the most recent Champions League final, which took place in Paris against Liverpool, to get a sense of the scale and magnitude of everything.
Real Madrid’s most important match of the season was broadcast live around the world. In Spain, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, the United States of America, Canada, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Bolivia… There is a club or madridista bar in every corner of the world that vibrates with club goals, matches, and finals of the fourteen European Cups.
The current Real Madrid team reflects this multicultural diversity: Spanish, French, German, Austrian, Ukrainian, Brazilian, Belgian, Uruguayan, Croatian… All of them protect the most important shirts in football and all represent madridismo. It makes no difference where you are from because if you have quality and commitment, your nationality will not matter when playing for the white team.
The Madrid team includes players from all over the world.
Mexicans who visited Real Madrid
Four Mexican football players have passed through Chamartn in Real Madrid’s 120-year history. Jose Ramón Sauto, Jose Borbola, Hugo Sánchez, and Javier Hernández ‘Chicharito’ were among them.
Real Madrid has little knowledge of the first two. Ramon Souto played for the white team for eleven seasons (1933–1944). He appeared in 101 Real Madrid matches, but there is no record of how many goals he scored. Jose Borbola only spent one year with Real Madrid (1944–1945). He came from the Mexican CD Marte and only played one game against the whites.
Hugo Sánchez is the most important Mexican to have ever worn a Real Madrid shirt and one of the best strikers to have ever played for the club. He spent seven seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu (1985-1992), playing 265 matches and scoring 195 goals, making him the white institution’s seventh highest historical scorer. He was on his way from Atlético de Madrid.
Hugo Sánchez is one of the best strikers in Real Madrid history.
Javier Hernández Chicharito only appeared on loan at Real Madrid during the 2014-2015 season. He appeared in 39 games and scored nine goals. The goal he scored against Atlético de Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals, which saw them advance to the semi-finals, will always be remembered. He is currently a member of the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer.
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