Osvaldo Martínez left Liga MX as one of the most winning foreigners with five titles
After 12 years of career in Mexican soccer, Osvaldo Martínez said goodbye to Liga MX as one of the most winning foreign soccer players in the history of Mexican football.
Through his Instagram account, the footballer issued a message of thanks after completing his long career in Mexico and showing his obtained titles and images of each of the different clubs that he was part of.
“Today after 12 years I say goodbye to this beautiful country where I spend a large part of my life, a country where I enjoy every minute and where they made me feel at home, they were beautiful years with friends and great professionals who gave me football and life, today I have to leave for new projects outside the country and I could not leave without first thanking all of you, for all the love, strength, advice and everything you gave me all these years that helped me grow professionally and as a person, he took me to Mexico and all its people in my heart, I will never forget so many moments lived, thank you for this beautiful walk, thank you so much. IT’S NOT A GOODBYE IT’S A SEE YOU ”, he published.
Osvaldo Martínez came to Mexican soccer in 2009 with the Monterrey team, later he formed a long career in the MX League by wearing the shirts of five more teams: Atlante, América, Santos Laguna, Atlas and Puebla.
‘Osvaldito’ established himself as one of the most winning elements of all history in Liga MX, reaping five Liga MX titles, in addition to three Concacaf Champions League championships and an Interliga title.
In his first stage in Mexican soccer, with the Monterrey team he won two Liga MX titles, in addition to a Concacaf Champions League and an Interliga.
Later he emigrated to the whole of América, a team with which he won two Liga MX titles and also obtained two titles in the Concacaf Champions League, with the azulcrema team being the team with which he obtained the most titles in Mexico.
In addition to the titles with América and Monterrey, Martínez added another title with the Santos Laguna team by obtaining the MX League in the 2018 Clausura Tournament.
The experienced Guarani midfielder is in second place as the most winning foreigner in Liga MX with five titles, equaling the number of Miguel Marín, Hernán Cristante, Antonio Naelson, Leandro Augusto and Damián Álvarez.