Happy Father’s Day! The best fatherhoods in the history of world sport

Happy Father’s Day! The best fatherhoods in the history of world sport
Happy Father’s Day! The best fatherhoods in the history of world sport

In Mexico and the world there are disciplines in which that one team or athlete prevails over another and brand clear paternity that has been captured in history and now that it is Father’s Day, we have the best fatherhoods in world sport.

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AMERICA ON BLUE CROSS

Las Águilas, one of the most emblematic teams in Mexican soccer, has achieved great victories in the Liga MX, where the most remembered is the one against Cruz Azul, a rival with whom they do not lose from 2022.

Furthermore, they have seen each other in the finals, a match where América has won in three occasions (Clausura 2013, Apertura 2018 and Clausura 2024).

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CRISTIANO RONALDO ABOUT ATLÉTICO DE MADRID

The Portuguese is one of the most successful players in world football and, without a doubt, will enter the history books for the feats he has achieved; However, since the 2013-2014 season, the Lusitanian has left out to Atlético de Madrid in the Champions League, the most remembered being the 2013-2014 and 2015-2016 finals.

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RAFAEL NADAL AND ROLAND GARROS

The Spaniard is one of the best tennis players in the world, where he has managed to express his best game on the clay of Roland Garros. Tournament where Nadal has been crowned in 14 opportunities, becoming the player with the most titles in the French Grand Slam.

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TOM BRADY VS. BUFFALO BILLS

Brady, considered one of the best quarterbacks, managed to live a golden era with the New England Patriots. Team with which he dominated the NFL for several years. However, one of his paternities most iconic It occurred in the games against the Buffalo Bills.

Throughout his history, Brady managed 30 wins and three losses against Buffalo. Additionally, he had 66 touchdown passes and 20 interceptions.

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MICHAEL SCHUMACHER AND LEWIS HAMILTON

Formula 1 throughout its history has managed to have two drivers who marked their respective eras, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton being the only two drivers who have been world champions in seven times.

In the case of the German, he achieved his first two titles in 1994 and 1995 and then lived a stage of glory from 2000 to 2004. Instead. The Briton won his first championship in 2008, while the rest of them were obtained in 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.

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