Rojas, a 13-year veteran of La Roja, is still one of the team's leading scorers, with 11 international goals in 44 appearances. Rojas was the first female player to be signed to an international contract, setting the door for Tianne Endler, Yanara Aedo, and many more on her national team to follow.
When she debuted in 2001, she was immediately given the number 9 shirt previously worn by Arianna Costa. Since then, only two other players have been included in the squad: Vicky Losada (number 10) and Marta García (number 18). Although they both remain international players today, neither has been able to overtake Delgado as Rojas' most frequent teammate.
Delgado holds almost every scoring record available to a forward, including caps, goals, penalty kicks, and match headers. She also leads the overall list of top scorers with 56 goals to her name. The only player who comes close is Rojas, with 51 goals to her name. They are the only two players to have scored 40 or more goals during their time with La Roja.
It is worth mentioning that although both women played together at Colo-Colo, they never appeared on the same team sheet during their time with the club. While Delgado played mostly as a center forward, Rojas usually operated as a forward or attacking midfielder. They were reunited at La Roja in 2009 and went on to win the 2010 World Cup.
Defender Position: Marcos Rojo is a defender and he plays as left-back or left wing-back for Manchester United. He can also be used in central defence when needed.
Marcos Rojo was born on August 9, 1987 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a football player who plays as left-back or left wing-back for Manchester United. His full name is Marcos Antonio Rojas González. He is known as Marcano to his fans and teammates.
Rojo started his career at Argentinos Juniors where he played until 2004 when he moved to Portuguese club Porto. It was here that he became a regular in the team and won two championships and one cup. In 2008, he returned to Argentina and joined Boca Juniors for $5 million (€3.8 million). In 2012, he moved back to Portugal and this time to Sporting CP for a fee of £17.1 million (€22.4 million). In January 2016, it was reported that Manchester United were interested in signing him.
Current teams/Marcos Rojo #6/Defender, Club Atletico Boca Juniors
Club Atletico Boca Juniors is a football club from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The club was founded on June 5, 1916 and plays its home games at the 25,000-capacity La Bombonera stadium in Palermo, Buenos Aires.
They are one of the most successful clubs in Argentina having won five national championships. Their main rival is River Plate which they always fight for the title.
Rojo has also played for Mexico national team. He made his debut against Venezuela on November 15, 2009 and has since been regularly called up by new manager Miguel Angel Ponce.
He was included in the squad for this year's Gold Cup but did not make it onto the field during the tournament.
His current contract with Boca expires in June 2015. However, there have been rumors that he could be sold to a European club if Boca cannot agree on a new deal with him.
The defender has also been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea but neither move has yet to materialize.
Miguel Elias Rojas Naidenoff posted career highs in hits (137), doubles (29), runs scored (52), and walks in his sixth season with the Marlins (32)... He batted. 284 (137x483) in 90 games, his greatest single-season average since hitting. 290 in 90 games in 2017. He has double digits in home runs every year except 2016 when he had only 6.. His 52 stolen bases were second on the team to Christian Yelich who had 54.
Rojas was a well-below-average hitter until July 2017 when he hit.303 with 10 homers and 49 RBI over 57 games. In that month alone, he produced more than most hitters do in an entire season. After the All-Star break, Rojas continued to mash with 13 homers and 55 RBI over the final two months of the season.
He is one of few players who have multiple seasons with at least 40 homers and 100 RBI. The others are Alex Rodriguez, Joe Mauer, and Willie Mays...
Rojas has also been one of the best defensive third basemen in baseball. He has three straight years with at least 30 doubles and 10 years with at least 100 games played at the position...
In 2016, he became the first third baseman to win the AL MVP award since Mark Belanger of the Houston Astros in 1978. Rojas' teammate, Donald Trump, won the award that year.
Hernandez, Javier Javier Hernandez is Mexico's leading scorer.
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United Kingdom, Paisley Archie Gemmill's birthplace
Hugo Sanchez is number one. Hugo Sanchez is the only Mexican player who has scored as many goals in Europe as he has. He has played for Benfica, Lazio and Palermo and scored 105 goals in all.
Sanchez was born on July 20, 1977 in Mexicali, Baja California. He is a forward who plays for both club and country. He has represented Mexico at every level from under-17 to under-23. He has been called up by coach Juan Carlos Osorio for two matches against Guatemala in October 2014. The first match was on October 11 in Los Angeles and the second game was three days later in Houston.
He started his career with hometown team C.D. Caliente before joining Pachuca in 1996. It took him three years to score his first goal for the club and in 1999 he helped them win their first Liga MX title. That same year he moved to Europe where he has never looked back. He returned to Mexico in 2009 after agreeing terms with Queretaro but ended up leaving early after making several disagreements with manager Jose Manuel de la Torre.
At the age of 27, the Argentinean star has accomplished nearly everything in soccer, including becoming the top scorer in both the Spanish League and UEFA's Champions League. His prize collection is extensive (almost 50), including four FIFA Golden Balls.
He is Lionel Messi. The two players are very similar in many ways: they are both talented forwards who enjoy creating goalscoring opportunities for themselves; they are both influential members of their national teams; and they have both won numerous awards over the course of their careers. However, there is one key difference between Messi and every other player who has ever worn the captain's armband: he is officially listed as a midfielder.
Messi started his career at Barcelona, where he remained until 2011 when he moved to Italian club Bari. He never appeared in an official game for the team and was eventually transferred to local rivals Espanyol. There, he became an immediate hit with the fans and earned himself a move back to Barcelona at the end of his first season with the club.
His second stint at the club was even more successful than the first: he helped them win the league title on three occasions and score in a record-breaking 105 matches during his two years with the team. In 2013, he joined international rival Argentina after winning several individual prizes.