1. Hugo Sánchez
Hugo Sánchez Marquez is a Mexican coach and retired professional footballer who has played for La Liga club Atletico Madrid and the Mexican national team.
Sánchez, known for his impressive ball and volleyball, is one of the greatest players in La Liga history. Twenty-one years ago, the International Football History and Statistics Federation named him the 26th best footballer of the 20th century and the best player of the CONCACAF region. 17 years ago, he was named in FIFA's list of the 100 greatest players in the world.
During his career with Real Madrid, Sánchez won five consecutive league titles, the 1989 Copa del Rey and the 1986 UEFA Cup. History to achieve this without sharing the trophy with any player in any season. He is the fourth highest goalscorer in La Liga history, the third highest goalscorer behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, and the seventh highest goalscorer in Real Madrid history. He has scored a total of 562 senior goals for the club and the country in 956 matches.
2. Paco Gento
Francisco Gendo Lopez, better known as Paco Jento, is a retired Spanish footballer who played for Real Madrid and the Spanish national team.
Genito, considered one of the greatest La Liga players of all time, is known for his vision, technical ability, speed and agility.
Prior to his move to Real Madrid, Gento began his professional football career at Race Santander. He made history by becoming the only Real Madrid player to win six European Cups and 12 La Liga titles with Real Madrid.
3. Alfredo de Stefano
Alfredo Stefano de Stefano Lauhe was an Argentine coach and footballer.
Stefano has always been considered one of the greatest players in La Liga for his great perseverance, tact, versatility, creativity and vision. In 1957 and 1959, Ballon d'Or was named European Footballer of the Year.
The success of La Liga club Real Madrid in the 1950s saw the club play a key role in the European Cup and La Liga. He has scored 216 league goals in 282 appearances for Real Madrid and is currently the club's third highest goalscorer in the league. In the history of El Clasico, he is the leading scorer in Madrid with Cristiano Ronaldo. Eighteen years ago, he was named the Golden Ball player of the Spanish Spanish Football Federation for the UEFA Jubilee for the past 50 years.
He passed away seven years ago in Madrid, Spain, at the age of 88.
4. Michael Laudrup
Michael Laudrup, a 57-year-old Danish coach and professional, has been a key midfielder for Barcelona and the Danish national team.
Laudrop won four consecutive La Liga titles from 1991 to 1994 and nine European Cups in 1992. He moved to Real Madrid in 1994. It is the fifth consecutive La Liga title. Twenty-two years ago, he was named the best foreign player in Spanish football for the past 25 years.
5. Andres Iniesta
Andres Iniesta Lujan is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Barcelona and the Spanish national team.
In his 25-year spell with Barcelona, Iniesta won two historic triple trophies in 2009 and 2015, winning nine La Liga and four Champions League trophies with the club. Decorated Spanish soccer player.
Iniesta, often regarded as one of La Liga's greatest players, is known for his embroidery, vision and movement.
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