After 14 years playing in European soccer, the Mexican Andrew Saved it’s only four games to go achieve the mark of 500 disputed commitments, after having played a few minutes in the tie between Real Betis and Rayo Vallecano.
After being a member of Deportivo La Coruña, Bayern Leverkusen, PSV Eindhoven, Valencia and Real Betis, Guardado took 14 years, 12 months, and 5347 days, to reach the 496 commitments played in European football, according to the calculation made by the site BeSoccer.
Just in 2007, after the runner-up in the Gold Cup and third place in the Copa América in Venezuela, Andrés Guardado raised the interest of Deportivo La Coruña and with only 20 years he made the leap to Spanish football where his history began.
With the 496 games played, Guarded surpassed the mark of Hugo Sanchez, who left a mark of 485 games during his time at the Atlético de Madrid, Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano Y Linzer Atheletik-Sport-Klub of Austrian football.
Andrés Guarded could see minutes and reach the figure of 500 games played, if Manuel Pellegrini Aligns him for the next Betis commitments against him Seville in the Copa del Rey, Alavés, Espanyol and Villarreal, corresponding to the League of Spain.