In the run-up to the start of the 2021/22 edition of the Champions League, we chose to review the 10 Latinos who were champions of the most prestigious contest in the world the most times …
His technical delicacy does not allow us to observe all that he gained throughout his professional career. At Real Madrid, Redondo raised 3 times the Champions League title and -until now- is the only one Argentinian that the UCL conquered with the whites in the 21st century. Lyrical and winner.
Alves wasn’t just a joke. Alves was synonymous with winning at Barcelona. The brazilian He won the Champions League 3 times, between 2008 and 2016, and, for that reason, he is considered the best right-back in the history of Blaugrana.
The stainless defender of origin brazilian was an outstanding player in the history of Madrid: he raised 3 times the Champions title. Remember these achievements and not the manias – for example, stomping – to stop Lionel Messi. A caudillo.
Many thought that the bet of the Real Madrid managers for Keylor Navas in the goal, for his performance in the National Team Costa Rica, it was not going to work. But it was not like that. Navas raised, between 2014 and 2019, 3 times the Champions. Pride of his people.
Santamaría conquered 4 times the highest ranking European title, in his time as a Real Madrid footballer in the 50s / 60s. Is he Uruguayan who won the Champions League the most times in history.
The star Argentinian sneaks into the podium having been on the sidewalk in front of the mighty Real Madrid. In his time with Barcelona between 2004 and 2021, he raised 4 times that of Champions. Can he repeat it at PSG?
Not everything is to recover the ball or limit himself to fulfilling on the field for Casemiro, but he is also in charge of filling his showcase in his process as a Real Madrid player. So far, conquered 4 titles of Champions. One of the winners of the century. Madness of brazilian.
Far from simply devoting himself to squandering audacity along the left lane, Marcelo was a born winner in the history of Madrid. The brazilian won 4 titles of Champions since his arrival in The White House in 2006.
Not for nothing he Argentinian is considered a hero in Real Madrid. In the 1950s, in addition to delivering football in its purest form, he won all kinds of trophies; the Orejona -for instance- 5 times. Machine.
The front Argentinian is another of the Latino footballers who most times raised the Orejona: did 5 times with Real Madrid in the 1950s. Back then the Champions League was called the European Champions Cup.