Top 5 Argentines of 2014: Carlos Tevez (Juventus), Javier Mascherano (Barcelona), Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), Lionel Messi (Barca), Di Maria (Real Madrid-Manchester United).
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is one of the top national side of 2014. With players like Lionel Messi,Angel
Di Maria and Sergio Aguero in the squad one could not argue on that.
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below Argentines have been vital for their clubs and country this year.
5. Carlos Tevez
Tevez still makes the list despite of not being a part of the World Cup but because of
his performances for the club Juventus. He lifted the first Serie A title which
made him a champion in four different countries.
30-year-old is still in form, he has scored 10 goals and is the top scorer in
the Italian League.
4. Javier Mascherano
former Liverpool star arguably the best player for Argentina in the World Cup.
He did not score like Lionel Messi but tackled like no one else could.
may have won the Golden Ball but Mascherano's toughness thought the summer’s World Cup deserves applause.
3. Sergio Aguero
Aguero has suffered a lot this year with injuries. The Manchester City forward
netted vital goals which brought the Premier League title to Etihad stadium
once again last season.
Currently, he is out with an injury but is still on top of the goal scoring chart in the
Premier League with 14 goals. Aguero has also smashed many goals in the
Champions League and is hoping to return before the campaign’s knockout stage
2. Lionel Messi
time Ballon d’Or winner misses the first spot this time. Despite of struggling several times
this year he still managed to scored vital goals for club and country. He scored
58 goals in 66 games for Barcelona and Argentina. He scored four vital goals in the
World Cup which led them to the World Cup Final.
finished as a runner up three times this year La Liga, Copa del Rey and World
Cup. However, he still performed individually.
1. Angel Di Maria
Di Maria beat Lionel Messi to get the number one spot. The Manchester United
star might consider 2014 as his best year. Making several
assists to lead Real Madrid towards their tenth Champions League trophy and
then helping his national side in the starting games of the World Cup as he later picked up an injury which caused him
to miss the last few games including the final. In the summer he became the most expensive player in the history
of Manchester United.