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Hugo Sanchez Marquez (born July 11, 1958) is a former football striker, considered the best Mexican player ever. He was born in Mexico City and is son of Héctor Sánchez, who played for Asturias and Atlante.
He played in mexican league with UNAM Pumas from 1975 to 1981, when he signed for Atletico Madrid. So his Career in Spain started after five successful seasons in Mexico, with 99 goals to his name. He reached the high-point of his career signing for Real Madrid in 1985 and playing with players such as Camacho, Butragueño, Gordillo, Valdano and Míchel. This team won five consecutive league titles (from 1985-86 to 1989-90), the Copa del Rey in 1989, and the UEFA cup in 1986. During this time Sánchez gained four consecutive Pichichi trophies.
He scored 38 goals in the 1989-90, equalling the record of the great Zarra and giving him a European Golden Boot for best scorer in Europe.
After this fantastically successful period, he returned to his native Mexico for a season, before playing for a variety of clubs in Spain, Austria and the USA. He finished his career playing for Atlético Celaya with his old colleagues from Real Madrid, Butreagueño and Míchel.
World Cups Experience:
Argentina 1978: 0 goals, 3 appearances
Mexico 1986: 1 goal, 4 appearances
USA 1994: 0 goals, 1 appearance
PHOTOS & VIDEOS
HUGO SANCHEZ VIDEO (soon)