Alberto Garcia Aspe
Alberto Garcia-Aspe Mena is a Mexican former football midfielder, and one of the all-time appearance leaders for the Mexican national team. Garcia-Aspe has participated in 109 matches, scoring a total 21 goals. In addition, Garcia-Aspe played in three World Cups .
His club career that started in 1984 with UNAM Pumas, debuting in a 4–1 win against Puebla. Garcia-Aspe played for UNAM Pumas, Necaxa, Argentine club River Plate, America, and Puebla. Garcia-Aspe was rewarded 4 Championships at a professional level with UNAM Pumas (1991), Necaxa . Overall Garcia-Aspe played 518 games, scored 142 goals, and registered 51 assists in the Mexican First Division. His last appearance in the Mexican First Division was in a 5–2 loss to Morelia.
His international debut came on April 26, 1988, in an impressive 4-1 victory against Honduras. Garcia-Aspe has participated in 109 matches, scoring a total 21 goals. In addition, Garcia-Aspe played in three World Cups . Garcia-Aspe scored a goal in the 1994 World Cup against Bulgaria and in the 1998 World Cup against Belgium, both coming in penalty kicks. In the 2002 FIFA World Cup, Garcia-Aspe only appeared in one game, playing twelve minutes in the round of 16 match against the United States.
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