List of S.L. Benfica players

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This article is about S.L. Benfica players with at least 100 appearances. For a list of all Benfica players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:S.L. Benfica footballers. For the current Benfica squad, see S.L. Benfica § First-team squad.
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Eusébio is Benfica's all-time top goalscorer.

Sport Lisboa e Benfica is a Portuguese professional football team based in São Domingos de Benfica, Lisbon.[1][a] The club was formed in 1904, and played their first competitive match on 4 November 1906, when they entered the inaugural edition of the Campeonato de Lisboa.[4][5] They won their first title in 1910,[6] and their first nationwide club competition in 1930, the Campeonato de Portugal, a knockout competition which determined the Portuguese champion among the winners of the regional championships.[7][8] In 1934, an experimental league competition known as Primeira Liga was introduced in Portuguese football. Due to its success among the clubs, it become the official top-tier championship in 1938, in place of the Campeonato de Portugal.[7] Since its first edition, Benfica have won a record 35 titles.[9] They have also won the European Cup twice, in 1961 and 1962.[9]

Since their first competitive match, more than 750 players have appeared in first-team matches for the club, and almost 130 have made at least 100 appearances. Six former players went on to be first-team managers: Fernando Caiado, José Augusto, Toni, Artur Jorge, Shéu and Fernando Chalana.[10] Benfica's record appearance maker is Nené, who played 575 matches during his record 18-year career at the club; he is followed by António Veloso, with 538 appearances over 15 seasons.[11] Manuel Bento, who appeared 465 times for the club, is the oldest player to have played for Benfica. He was 41 years and 298 days when he played against Belenenses on 20 May 1990.[12]

Eusébio is the club's top goalscorer with 474 goals in 15 seasons, 317 of which were scored in league matches.[13][14] Ten players have made more than 400 appearances, including four members of the 1961 European Cup-winning team.[11][15] Other than Eusébio, only two players, Nené and José Águas, have scored more than 300 goals for the club.[11]

Key[edit]

  • The list is ordered by date of debut.
  • Appearances as a substitute are included.
  • Statistics are correct up to and including the match played on 13 August 2016. Where a player left the club permanently after this date, his statistics are updated to the date of departure.
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player
Position
Playing positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield positions reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.
Club career
Club career is defined as the first and last calendar years in which the player appeared for the club in any of the competitions listed below.
League appearances and League goals
League appearances and goals comprise those in the Campeonato de Lisboa and the Primeira Liga. Starting in the 1934–35 season, appearances are only counted in the Primeira Liga.
Total appearances and Total goals
Total appearances and goals comprise those in the Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal (including in the early denomination as Campeonato de Portugal), Taça da Liga, Supertaça, European Cup/Champions League, UEFA Cup/Europa League, and defunct competitions such as Campeonato de Lisboa, Latin Cup, Cup Winners' Cup, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and Intercontinental Cup
International team
Countries are listed only for players who have been selected for international football. Only the highest level of international competition is given, except where a player competed for more than one country, in which case the highest level reached for each country is shown.
Caps
For players having played at full international level, the caps column counts the number of such appearances during their career with the club. All information relating to international teams, including number of caps won while with the club, is sourced to Tovar (2012), pp. 679–761, unless otherwise noted.

Players with 100 or more appearances[edit]

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José Águas is Benfica's second-highest all-time goalscorer.
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José Torres (left) played for Benfica for 21 years, winning nine league titles.
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Mário Coluna represented Benfica in 525 games, the third highest number in club history.
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António Simões made 447 appearances for Benfica.
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Shéu made 487 appearances for Benfica.
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António Veloso reached the second-highest number of appearances for Benfica, with 538.
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Óscar Cardozo scored 172 goals for Benfica, more than any other foreigner.
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Luisão is the active player with most club appearances.
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André Almeida is the most recent player to have made his 100th appearance.
Table of players, including playing position, club statistics and international team
Player Pos Club career Apps Goals Apps Goals International team Caps Notes Refs
League Total
Crespo, JesusJesus Crespo FW 1917–1929 101 39 101 39  Portugal 1 [16]
Tavares, JorgeJorge Tavares FW 1924–1932 92 33 116 43  Portugal 3 [17]
Silva, VitorVítor Silva FW 1927–1936 79 62 132 108  Portugal 19 [b][18] [19]
Teixeira, GustavoGustavo Teixeira FB 1932–1939 71 0 157 2  Portugal 9 [20]
Albino, FranciscoFrancisco Albino HB 1932–1945 172 12 343 21  Portugal 10 [21]
Sousa, RogerioRogério Sousa FW 1932–1940 68 46 168 100 [22]
Pinto, GasparGaspar Pinto FB 1934–1946 153 4 318 6  Portugal 5 [23]
Valadas, AlfredoAlfredo Valadas FW 1934–1944 136 86 264 158  Portugal 4 [24]
Alcobia, JoaquimJoaquim Alcobia HB 1936–1937
1938–1945
54 0 108 1 [21]
Espirito Santo, GuilhermeGuilherme Espírito Santo FW 1936–1950 117 79 211 152  Portugal 8 [25]
Ferreira, CesarCésar Ferreira HB 1938–1946 50 0 111 1 [26]
Ferreira, FranciscoFrancisco Ferreira HB 1938–1952 265 23 398 34  Portugal 25 [27]
Martins, AntonioAntónio Martins GK 1938–1947 141 0 265 0  Portugal 1 [28]
Teixeira, JoaquimJoaquim Teixeira FW 1938–1946 87 66 173 121  Portugal 1 [29]
Julinho, Julinho FW 1942–1953 144 154 200 205  Portugal 1 [30]
Rogerio Pipi Rogério Pipi FW 1942–1954 212 125 320 212  Portugal 15 [22]
Duarte, ArsenioArsénio Duarte FW 1943–1955 223 154 299 220  Portugal 2 [31]
Marques, JacintoJacinto Marques FB 1943–1953
1954–1957
202 0 251 0 [32]
Antunes, FelixFélix Antunes FB 1944–1954 148 2 188 3  Portugal 15 [33]
Moreira, FranciscoFrancisco Moreira HB 1944–1954 202 4 266 4  Portugal 7 [34]
Fernandes, JoaquimJoaquim Fernandes FB 1945–1954 191 1 227 1 [33]
Corona, EduardoEduardo Corona FW 1946–1953 102 37 127 57 [35]
Bastos, JoseJosé Bastos GK 1949–1959 142 0 197 0 [36]
Aguas, JoseJosé Águas FW 1950–1963 281 290 383 379  Portugal 25 [c][11] [17]
Santos, ArturArtur Santos FB 1950–1961 229 0 284 0  Portugal 2 [31]
Caiado, FernandoFernando Caiado FB 1952–1959 118 17 141 22  Portugal 16 [d][10] [37]
Martins, AngeloÂngelo Martins FB 1952–1965 231 3 285 4  Portugal 20 [38]
Palmeiro, FranciscoFrancisco Palmeiro HB 1953–1961 106 36 114 36  Portugal 3 [39]
Abrantes, AlfredoAlfredo Abrantes HB 1954–1960 109 1 140 1  Portugal 1 [40]
Cavem, DomicianoDomiciano Cavém U 1954–1970 279 77 416 106  Portugal 18 [41]
Coluna, MarioMário Coluna HB 1954–1970 364 89 525 127  Portugal 57 [e][42] [35]
Costa Pereira, AlbertoAlberto Costa Pereira GK 1954–1967 253 0 359 0  Portugal 22 [35]
Santana, JoaquimJoaquim Santana FW 1956–1967 104 51 161 79  Portugal 5 [43]
Serra, ManuelManuel Serra FB 1956–1963 70 0 109 0  Portugal 1 [44]
Neto, JoseJosé Neto FB 1958–1966 104 5 155 6 [45]
Jose Augusto José Augusto FW 1959–1970 246 104 369 175  Portugal 43 [d][10] [17]
Cruz, FernandoFernando Cruz FB 1959–1970 227 0 344 1  Portugal 11 [16]
Torres, JoseJosé Torres FW 1959–1971 173 151 259 226  Portugal 31 [46]
Eusebio Eusébio FW 1960–1975 301 317 440 473  Portugal 64 [f][11] [47]
Fernandes, HumbertoHumberto Fernandes DF 1960–1969 57 0 106 0 [48]
de Figueiredo, GermanoGermano de Figueiredo DF 1960–1966 75 4 131 6  Portugal 17 [49]
Simoes, AntonioAntónio Simões FW 1961–1975 310 46 447 72  Portugal 46 [50]
Machado, RaulRaúl Machado DF 1962–1969 123 2 193 7  Portugal 11 [51]
Santos, JacintoJacinto Santos DF 1962–1971 114 5 166 10  Portugal 5 [32]
Malta da Silva, AmandioAmândio Malta da Silva DF 1964–1965
1966–1976
138 1 192 1  Portugal 5 [52]
Calisto, AdolfoAdolfo Calisto DF 1966–1975 141 3 205 5  Portugal 15 [53]
Costa, DiamantinoDiamantino Costa FW 1966–1968
1969–1977
84 8 122 22 [54]
Jose Henrique José Henrique GK 1966–1979 217 0 299 0  Portugal 15 [55]
Graca, JaimeJaime Graça MF 1966–1975 159 19 229 29  Portugal 24 [32]
Coelho, HumbertoHumberto Coelho DF 1968–1975
1977–1984
355 56 498 81  Portugal 64 [48]
Nene Nené FW 1968–1986 423 264 575 360  Portugal 66 [g][42][56][11] [57]
Toni, Toni MF 1968–1981 297 16 392 23  Portugal 33 [d][10] [46]
Artur Jorge, Artur Jorge FW 1969–1975 95 74 130 105  Portugal 13 [d][10] [31]
Martins, VitorVítor Martins MF 1969–1978 149 22 191 28  Portugal 3 [19]
Messias, Messias DF 1969–1977 89 1 123 2  Portugal 6 [58]
Barros, AntonioAntónio Barros DF 1970–1971
1973–1977
80 0 106 3  Portugal 8 [36]
Baptista, VitorVítor Baptista FW 1971–1977 97 42 151 63  Portugal 8 [19]
Correia, ArturArtur Correia DF 1971–1977 124 3 159 3  Portugal 26 [31]
Jordao, RuiRui Jordão FW 1971–1976 90 63 127 81  Portugal 12 [59]
Bento, ManuelManuel Bento GK 1972–1990 328 0 465 0  Portugal 63 [h][12] [60]
Sheu Shéu MF 1972–1989 349 33 487 45  Portugal 24 [d][10] [50]
Lopes, BastosBastos Lopes DF 1972–1987 277 4 391 4  Portugal 10 [38]
Chalana, FernandoFernando Chalana FW 1975–1984
1987–1990
224 36 310 47  Portugal 27 [d][10] [61]
Gomes, EuricoEurico Gomes DF 1975–1979 89 1 114 1  Portugal 4 [47]
Fonseca, AlbertoAlberto Fonseca DF 1976–1980 92 1 123 1  Portugal 7 [53]
Jose Luis José Luís MF 1976–1978
1979–1987
160 18 224 21  Portugal 4 [55]
Pietra, MinervinoMinervino Pietra DF 1976–1986 227 19 313 24  Portugal 23 [62]
Alves, JoaoJoão Alves MF 1978–1983 97 28 141 32  Portugal 17 [63]
Gomes, ReinaldoReinaldo Gomes FW 1978–1982 85 48 117 59  Portugal 3 [51]
Miranda, DiamantinoDiamantino Miranda MF 1978–1980
1982–1990
270 62 302 83  Portugal 19 [54]
Carlos Manuel, Carlos Manuel DF 1979–1988 215 40 318 58  Portugal 42 [64]
Veloso, AntonioAntónio Veloso DF 1980–1995 419 9 538 9  Portugal 40 [i][11][65]
Magalhaes, AlvaroÁlvaro Magalhães DF 1981–1990 177 6 261 8  Portugal 20 [40]
Oliveira, AntonioAntónio Oliveira DF 1982–1987 98 3 146 5  Portugal 3 [66]
Manniche, MichaelMichael Manniche FW 1983–1987 89 47 132 75  Denmark 2 [52]
Quina, SamuelSamuel Quina DF 1983–1991
1992–1993
117 1 159 2 [43]
Nunes, AdelinoAdelino Nunes MF 1984–1988 74 10 110 20  Portugal 6 [45]
Wando, Wando FW 1984–1988 91 12 139 23 [67]
Aguas, RuiRui Águas FW 1985–1988
1990–1994
173 77 237 104  Portugal 22 [68]
William, William DF 1985–1988
1990–1994
97 11 134 14 [67]
Brito, CesarCésar Brito FW 1985–1995 100 21 144 36  Portugal 10 [26]
Neno, Neno GK 1985–1987
1990–1995
100 0 133 0  Portugal 5 [57]
Jose Carlos José Carlos DF 1986–1987
1989–1993
99 3 135 3  Portugal 1 [17]
Louro, SilvinoSilvino Louro GK 1986–1994 184 0 263 0  Portugal 19 [50]
Magnusson, MatsMats Magnusson FW 1987–1992 122 65 164 84  Sweden 20 [52]
Mozer, CarlosCarlos Mozer DF 1987–1989
1992–1995
120 11 161 14  Brazil 3 [69]
Pacheco, AntonioAntónio Pacheco FW 1987–1993 162 30 218 48  Portugal 6 [39]
Valdo, Valdo MF 1988–1991
1995–1997
138 20 183 28  Brazil 31 [24]
Gomes, RicardoRicardo Gomes DF 1988–1991
1995–1996
100 23 140 26  Brazil 22 [70]
Paneira, VitorVítor Paneira MF 1988–1995 207 28 288 44  Portugal 44 [39]
Madeira, PauloPaulo Madeira DF 1989–1995
1997–2002
169 4 225 7  Portugal 22 [71]
Sousa, PauloPaulo Sousa MF 1989–1993 87 1 112 2  Portugal 9 [71]
Thern, JonasJonas Thern MF 1989–1992 71 8 101 10  Sweden 26 [29]
Isaias Isaías FW 1990–1995 125 52 178 71 [48]
Costa, RuiRui Costa MF 1991–1994
2006–2008
121 18 178 29  Portugal 8 [72]
Schwarz, StefanStefan Schwarz DF 1991–1994 77 7 112 10  Sweden 25 [43]
Helder Hélder DF 1992–1996
2002–2004
166 11 229 16  Portugal 26 [73]
Pinto, JoaoJoão Pinto FW 1992–2000 220 64 302 90  Portugal 55 [74]
Preud'homme, MichelMichel Preud'homme GK 1994–1999 147 0 199 0 [75]
Calado, JoseJosé Calado MF 1995–2001 138 4 188 8  Portugal 2 [37]
Guiaro, RonaldoRonaldo Guiaro DF 1996–2001 111 4 140 5 [68]
Poborsky, KarelKarel Poborský MF 1996–2001 61 11 112 17  Czech Republic 35 [75]
Nuno Gomes, Nuno Gomes FW 1997–2000
2002–2011
293 125 398 166  Portugal 60 [66]
Miguel, Miguel DF 2000–2005 131 12 161 13  Portugal 23 [58]
Mantorras, Mantorras FW 2001–2010 101 29 129 31  Angola 29 [76][77]
Moreira, JoseJosé Moreira GK 2001–2011 112 0 148 0  Portugal 1 [34]
Simao Simão FW 2001–2007 172 76 230 94  Portugal 48 [50]
Zahovic, ZlatkoZlatko Zahovič MF 2001–2005 80 14 102 20  Slovenia 23 [78]
Petit, Petit MF 2002–2008 148 12 212 14  Portugal 44 [79]
Rocha, RicardoRicardo Rocha DF 2002–2007 115 3 162 3  Portugal 6 [70]
Geovanni, Geovanni FW 2003–2006 91 16 131 23 [49]
Luisão, Luisão DF 2003– 294 25 477 44  Brazil 35 [j][80] [81][82]
Quim, Quim GK 2004–2010 144 0 184 0  Portugal 11 [75]
Leo Léo DF 2005–2009 82 1 127 2 [83]
Nelson Nélson DF 2005–2008 72 0 107 2 [57]
Katsouranis, KostasKostas Katsouranis MF 2006–2009 80 10 122 15  Greece 31 [84]
Amorim, RubenRúben Amorim MF 2007–2011
2013–2015
95 5 154 6  Portugal 14 [85][86]
Di Maria, AngelÁngel Di María FW 2007–2010 76 7 124 15  Argentina 4 [87]
Cardozo, OscarÓscar Cardozo FW 2007–2014 175 112 293 172  Paraguay 43 [88][89]
David Luiz, David Luiz DF 2007–2011 82 4 131 6  Brazil 4 [87]
Pereira, MaxiMaxi Pereira DF 2007–2015 212 13 333 21  Uruguay 91 [90][91]
Aimar, PabloPablo Aimar MF 2008–2013 107 12 179 17  Argentina 1 [53]
Martins, CarlosCarlos Martins MF 2008–2011
2012–2014
79 6 133 11  Portugal 10 [92][93]
Garcia, JaviJavi García MF 2009–2012 74 6 132 14  Spain 1 [63][94]
Saviola, JavierJavier Saviola FW 2009–2012 69 24 122 39 [44]
Gaitain, NicolasNicolás Gaitán MF 2010–2016 152 25 253 41  Argentina 8 [95][96]
Salvio, EduardoEduardo Salvio MF 2010–2011
2012–
98 23 164 38  Argentina 2 [97][98]
Garay, EzequielEzequiel Garay DF 2011–2014 78 9 136 12  Argentina 24 [99][100]
Jardel, Jardel DF 2011– 101 7 169 11 [101]
Rodrigo, Rodrigo FW 2011–2014 68 27 120 45 [102]
Artur, Artur GK 2011–2015 85 0 144 0 [103]
Perez, EnzoEnzo Pérez MF 2011
2012–2014
70 9 117 10  Argentina 10 [104][105]
Lima, Lima FW 2012–2015 89 53 144 70 [106]
Almeida, AndreAndré Almeida DF 2012– 73 0 132 0  Portugal 8 [107][108]

Players with fewer than 100 appearances[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Originally located in Benfica;[2] in 1959, the parish was split in two, with Estádio da Luz located in the new parish.[3]
  2. ^ Player with the most hat-tricks for Benfica, at 17
  3. ^ Second overall for both league and total goals scored
  4. ^ a b c d e f Player who later became first-team head coach
  5. ^ Holds club record alongside Nené in number of trophies won at Benfica, with 19 each
  6. ^ Holds club record for total goals scored, league goals scored, and goals scored in a top-flight season (42, in 1967–68)
  7. ^ Holds club record in overall appearances as well for league appearances, and is joint-first with Coluna in number of trophies won (19), and with Bento in consecutive seasons at Benfica (18)
  8. ^ Oldest to play for Benfica at age 41
  9. ^ Second overall in number of appearances
  10. ^ Holds club record for most matches as captain

References[edit]

General

  • Tovar, Rui Miguel (2012). Almanaque do Benfica [Benfica's Almanac] (in Portuguese). Alfragide: Lua de Papel. ISBN 978-989-23-2087-8. 
  • Pereira, Luís Miguel (2014). Bíblia do Benfica [Benfica's Bible] (in Portuguese). Carcavelos: PrimeBooks. ISBN 978-989-655-215-2. 

Specific

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  2. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 15.
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  4. ^ Pereira 2014, p. 19.
  5. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 18.
  6. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 37.
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  8. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 104.
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  10. ^ a b c d e f g Pereira 2014, p. 78.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g Tovar 2012, p. 770.
  12. ^ a b Pereira 2014, p. 87.
  13. ^ Pereira 2014, p. 135.
  14. ^ Pereira 2014, p. 45.
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  16. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 699.
  17. ^ a b c d Tovar 2012, p. 720.
  18. ^ Pereira 2014, p. 91.
  19. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 759.
  20. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 713.
  21. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 681.
  22. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 747.
  23. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 710.
  24. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 757.
  25. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 704.
  26. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 696.
  27. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 709.
  28. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 729.
  29. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 755.
  30. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 722.
  31. ^ a b c d Tovar 2012, p. 687.
  32. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 716.
  33. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 706.
  34. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 733.
  35. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 698.
  36. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 689.
  37. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 693.
  38. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 685.
  39. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 738.
  40. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 682.
  41. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 695.
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  43. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 750.
  44. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 751.
  45. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 736.
  46. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 756.
  47. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 705.
  48. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 715.
  49. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 711.
  50. ^ a b c d Tovar 2012, p. 752.
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  52. ^ a b c Tovar 2012, p. 726.
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  71. ^ a b Tovar 2012, p. 740.
  72. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 749.
  73. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 714.
  74. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 718.
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  76. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 727.
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  79. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 742.
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  84. ^ Tovar 2012, p. 723.
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  94. ^ "Javi García". National Football Teams. Retrieved 24 April 2016. 
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  97. ^ "Eduardo Salvio". Footballzz.com. ZOS, Lda. Retrieved 30 May 2016. 
  98. ^ "Eduardo Salvio". National Football Teams. Retrieved 14 April 2016. 
  99. ^ "Ezequiel Garay". Footballzz.com. ZOS, Lda. Retrieved 30 May 2016. 
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  102. ^ "Rodrigo". Footballzz.com. ZOS, Lda. Retrieved 30 May 2016. 
  103. ^ "Artur". Footballzz.com. ZOS, Lda. Retrieved 30 May 2016. 
  104. ^ "Enzo Pérez". Footballzz.com. ZOS, Lda. Retrieved 30 May 2016. 
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