Name: Hugo Sánchez Márquez
Nicknames: "Pentapichichi" or "Hugol"
Club: Real Madrid
Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded
Hugo Sanchez is the CONCACAF'S greatest player ever, with excellent technique, athleticism, and enthusiasm for the game. He became famous worldwide for his bicycle kicks which led to many goals and somersaults. Sánchez played twelve seasons in the Spanish Primera División and is the second highest goalscorer in the history of that league. He also played for the Mexico national team for 17 years. In comparison to his "domestic" club success, Sánchez did not have a successful international career. His years as a Mexican international coincided with a difficult period for the nation's football. Sánchez's brash personality is often cited as the reason he did not play many games at the 1994 World Cup, purportedly as a result of internecine frictions between Hugo and the Mexican Football Federation (FMF). In 1999, the IFFHS voted him the 26th best footballer of the 20th Century.
Hugo Sanchez played twelve seasons in the Spanish Primera Division and is the second highest goalscorer in the history of that league. He also played for the Mexico national team for 17 years and participated in the World Cups of 1978, 1986, and 1994. He won the Pichichi Trophy five times, four of them consecutively, a record only second to Telmo Zarra's six trophies..
4 Primera Division de Mexico (UNAM, as player, seasons 1976-77 and 1980-81; as coach, Clausura 2004 and Apertura 2004).
5 La Liga (Real Madrid, seasons 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89 and 1989-90).
2 Copas del Rey (Atletico Madrid 1985; Real Madrid 1989).
4 Supercopas de Espana(Atletico Madrid 1985; Real Madrid 1988, 1989 and 1990).
1 CONCACAF Champions' Cup (UNAM 1980).
1 Copa Interamericana (UNAM 1981).
1 UEFA Cup (Real Madrid, season 1985-86).
1 CONCACAF Gold Cup (Mexico national football team 1977).
1 CONCACAF Champions' Cup (Club America 1992).
1 Trofeo Santiago Bernabeu (As UNAM coach).
1 European Golden Boot (season 1989-90).
5 Pichichis (1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1990).
Top scorer of the Mexican League (1978).
2 times best foreigner in the Spanish League (1987 and 1990).
Best Sportist of Mexico of the 20th century.
Best footballer of Mexico of the 20th century according to IFFHS.
Best footballer of North America and Central America of the 20th century by IFFHS.
Appointed by FIFA as "World Ambassador" by Unicef.
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