#2 Gabi 


Ostensibly the best player ever not to get a international call up, Gabi earned across the board recognition as extraordinary compared to other focal midfielders in Europe with his presentations from the center of the recreation center amid the staggering ascent of Atletico Madrid throughout the most recent seven years under Diego Simeone.

Gabi Hernandez advanced through the positions in the Atletico youth setup, yet withdrew for Real Zaragoza in 2007 where he performed respectably well to gain an arrival to Atletico Madrid in 2011 (Diego Simeone’s first full season in control).

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He was designated as the group skipper in 2012, and from multiple points of view was an impression of Diego Simeone on the field, yet calmerly, as Gabi was the exemplification of the energetic and persevering ethic imparted in the rojiblancos since Cholo assumed control, compelling under lock and key and capable in separating resistance assault.

He captained the side every single through it best period lately, including to the stun La Liga triumph in 2014, and in addition the Champions League last on two events and in addition a Copa Del Rey and Europa League triumph.

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Anyway for the majority of his great exhibitions, Gabi never got a call up to the national side, a casualty of indistinguishable conditions from Arteta in that he went up against players like Xavi, Iniesta, David Silva and Fabregas.

He finished his spell in Atletico by fittingly lifting the Europa League trophy in his last match with the club (where he scored an goal in the last), and has since gone ahead to Qatar to go along with one of the men who frustrated him – Xavi at Al Saad.

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