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World Cup re-creates a record! Veteran 5 in the top 16 World Cup history first person
07-03-2018, 07:37 PM,
World Cup re-creates a record! Veteran 5 in the top 16 World Cup history first person
In the 1/8 final of the 2018 World Cup, Brazil played against Mexico. Before the game, the two teams announced their starting lineup. Mexican veteran Air Max 90 Pas Cher Marcos started the game. He also became the first player in the World Cup history to participate in the knockout in five consecutive World Cups.

In the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, 23-year-old Marcos had already worn the captain's armband for the first time in the World Cup. Mexico reached the top 16 in the World Fila Disruptor 2 Pas Cher  Cup, but lost to the United States 0-2 in the 1/8 final. To eliminate. Since then, for three consecutive World Cups, Marcos has led the Mexican team to the knockout stage as the captain. Unfortunately, Mexico has been unable to go further and stop the top 16.

In August last year, Marcos was accused by the US Department of Defense of being involved in drug trafficking groups. He imposed sanctions on canceling US A Bathing APE X Nike Air Max 270 visas and freezing property in the United States, which prevented Marcos from representing Mexico in the Confederations Cup. In October 2017, Marcos was allowed to return to the game. In April this year, the Mexican government and the Football Association decided to give the green light to the meritorious captain. Marcos was selected for the 23-man list of the 2018 World Cup in Mexico.

In this World Cup, Mexico and Germany group match, Marcos has already appeared on the bench. He is the fourth player in history to participate in the 5th World Cup. Before him, only Mexico goalkeeper Kabbah (1950-1970), German midfielder Matthaus (1982-1998) and Italian goalkeeper Buffon (1998-2014) achieved this achievement. And for five consecutive World Cups to participate Air Max 98 Supreme in the knockout, Marcos is the first person in history.

Marcos, now 39, has become the first player in history to participate in the World Cup for five consecutive years and has entered the knockout. It is an unprecedented achievement, and this is the best award for the Mexican meritorious veteran.

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