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Team of Footballers who wore Number 6

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Team of Footballers who wore Number 6
Guillermo Ochoa @ Club América

Known for his spectacular performances in multiple FIFA World Cups, especially in 2014 and 2018, where he made several key saves and was instrumental for the Mexican national team. Ochoa has played for clubs such as Club América, Ajaccio, Málaga, and Standard Liège.

Joshua Kimmich @ Germany & Bayern

A versatile player who can operate as a right back or central midfielder. Kimmich has won numerous Bundesliga titles and a Champions League with Bayern Munich. Known for his intelligence, precise passing, and defensive skills.

Bobby Moore @ England & West Ham

Captained England to their only World Cup victory in 1966. Moore was renowned for his impeccable tackling, leadership, and reading of the game. He spent most of his club career at West Ham United and also played for Fulham.
Gaetano Scirea @ Juventus
One of the greatest defenders in football history, Scirea was known for his elegance on the ball, tactical intelligence, and fair play. He won multiple Serie A titles and a European Cup with Juventus and the 1982 FIFA World Cup with Italy.

Franco Baresi @ Milan

Considered one of the greatest defenders of all time, Baresi spent his entire club career at AC Milan, winning multiple Serie A and European Cup titles. Known for his positioning, tackling, and leadership, he also represented Italy in multiple World Cups, winning in 1982.

Roberto Carlos @ Brazil

Famous for his powerful free kicks and incredible pace, Roberto Carlos played for Real Madrid, where he won several La Liga titles and three Champions League trophies. He also won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002.
Matthias Sammer @ Dortmund

Versatile as both a defender and a midfielder, Sammer won the Ballon d'Or in 1996. He was a key player for Borussia Dortmund and the German national team, winning the European Championship in 1996.

Fernando Redondo @ Real Madrid

A classy and intelligent defensive midfielder, Redondo played for Real Madrid and AC Milan, winning multiple league titles and Champions League trophies. He was known for his excellent ball control, vision, and tackling.
Xavi Hernández @ Barcelona

A midfield maestro known for his passing and vision, Xavi was a key player for Barcelona during their golden era, winning numerous La Liga and Champions League titles. He also helped Spain win the 2010 World Cup and two European Championships (2008, 2012).

Andrés Iniesta @ Spain

Renowned for his dribbling, creativity, and playmaking abilities, Iniesta scored the winning goal in the 2010 World Cup final. Like Xavi, he was integral to Barcelona's success, winning multiple La Liga and Champions League titles, as well as two European Championships with Spain.

Youri Djorkaeff @ Inter

A versatile and skillful attacker, Djorkaeff played for clubs like AS Monaco, Inter Milan, and Bolton Wanderers. He was part of the French national team that won the 1998 World Cup and the Euro 2000.

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