|Full name||Óscar Abraham Lagos Núñez|
|Date of birth||17 June 1973|
|Place of birth||Villa de San Francisco, Honduras|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Óscar Abraham Lagos Núñez (born 17 June 1973) is a retired Honduran football player.
Nicknamed el Mexicano because he lived there with his mother in his youth, Lagos played the majority of his career for F.C. Motagua for whom he scored 2 league goals, but also had spells with Real Maya, Real Patepluma and Universidad. He played abroad for Salvadoran outfit Dragón and in 2006 he moved to Nicaragua to play with Real Estelí.
Lagos made his debut for Honduras in a March 1995 friendly match against Brazil and has earned a total of 18 caps, scoring no goals. He has represented his country in 1 FIFA World Cup qualification match and played at the 1996 and 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cups as well as at the 2001 Copa América, where he tested positive for the use of cocaine and marihuana after failing a test after their opening game against Costa Rica. He was subsequently banned from playing for two years.
Lagos has struggled with drugs for a long period, from the age of 11, visiting three rehab centers without result. As of September 2015, he was without a job and living in poverty.
- Óscar Lagos: Jugar drogado ¡eso era normal! - Diario Más (in Spanish)
- Goleadores - Ciclón
- Desafíe a Ismael - La Prensa (in Spanish)
- Real Estelí contrata a ex seleccionado hondureño - El Nuevo Diario (in Spanish)
- Óscar Lagos – FIFA competition record
- CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 1996 - Full Details - RSSSF
- CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 2000 - Full Details - RSSSF
- Copa América 2001 - RSSSF
- Doping de Lagos, de Honduras - La Nación (in Spanish)
- Óscar Lagos: "Lo que he hecho en mi vida me da vergüenza y mucha pena" - Diez (in Spanish)
- Óscar Lagos, solo, sin trabajo y quiere salir del "hoyo" - Diez (in Spanish)
- Óscar Lagos at National-Football-Teams.com
|This biographical article related to Honduran association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|