Goalkeeper: Ubaldo Fillol
Fillol is considered by most experts to be the best goalkeeper in Argentina’s history. Fillol participated in the 1974 World Cup. Four years later, the 72-year-old legend and La Albiceleste won the world gold cup held in his hometown. Fillol received the best goalkeeper award at the 1974 and 1978 World Cups.
Right-back: Javier Zanetti
Zanetti is considered one of the best right-backs of his generation. The legend of Inter Milan possesses a versatile playing style when he can play well in defense and midfield.
Zanetti has a total of 145 caps for Argentina, participating in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups. The 49-year-old former player shines on La Albiceleste’s journey to the 2004 and 2007 Copa America finals.
Centre-back: Roberto Perfumo
Perfumo is considered one of the most creative defensive stars in Argentina’s history. Perfumo devoted himself to the national team for a period of 10 years (1964-1974). The late Perfumo played a total of 37 matches, participating in 2 World Cups 1966 and 1974.
Centre-back: Daniel Passarella
Passarella was the captain that led Argentina to the 1978 World Cup. The impressive ability to score is the strong point of Passarella. The 69-year-old former player owns 143 goals in 447 matches throughout his peak playing career. In the national team shirt, Passarella contributed 22 goals in 70 matches.
Left-back: Alberto Tarantini
Tarantini is a member of Argentina who won the 1978 World Cup. The 66-year-old former player continued to participate in the biggest football festival on the planet in 1982. Tarantini has a total of 61 caps for the national team.
Central Midfielder: Javier Mascherano
Mascherano started as a central midfielder before moving into a central defender role for Barcelona and the Argentina national team. The ability to judge the situation is the strength of the former Albiceleste player.
Mascherano has 147 appearances for Argentina, participated in 5 Copa America, 4 World Cup finals, was a member of Albiceleste who finished second at the 2014 World Cup.
Central Midfielder: Diego Simeone
Simeone has 108 caps for Argentina’s national team (1988 – 2002). Simeone participated in 3 World Cups 1994, 1998, 2002 and 4 Copa America including 2 championships in 1991 and 1993.
Guardian: Diego Maradona
The Argentine legend became the main character on the journey to winning the 1986 World Cup. At the club level, Maradona is an immortal symbol in the Napoli shirt. At his peak, Maradona was the best player in the world. In total, Maradona has 91 appearances for the national team, contributed 34 goals, participated in 4 World Cups.
Left striker: Lionel Messi
Messi is the best player in Argentine football right now. He is considered as the soul, the main factor of La Albiceleste at the 2022 World Cup. Messi made a great contribution when the home team won the Copa America 2021; reached the final of 3 consecutive major tournaments World Cup 2014, Copa America 2015 and 2016.
Right striker: Gabriel Batistuta
Batistuta became the symbol of an outstanding striker as he was able to score from all different angles. In total, Batistuta made 78 appearances for the national team between 1991 and 2002, attending three World Cups.
Striker: Mario Kempes
Before Maradona’s generation, Kempes was Argentina’s biggest hero at the World Cup. The legend born in 1954 had a great performance when contributing to 6 goals, including a brace in the final against the Netherlands at the 1978 FIFA World Cup.
Mr. Nguyen – according to xevathethao.vn | 13:27 December 4, 2022