Hernán Crespo

As the most popular entertainment sport, there are many football lovers in Argentina playing football from youth to old-aged people. About 90% of people are allegiant to the Argentine football club. In the late 19th century, football was introduced into Argentina by British immigrants. Having been established in 1893, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) is the 18th oldest football association across the world.

In the long development history of Argentine football, Hernán Crespo is a professional footballer who has made great contribution to its development. He was born in Florida, Argentina on Jul. 5, 1975. In his 19-year playing career, he has won more than 300 goals. As the lead goal-scorer, he has won 35 goals, being the third lead goal-scorer second to Gabriel Batistuta and Lionel Messi.

He participated in the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2002 FIFA World Cup and the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He is widely regarded as one of the highest paid footballers and the greatest footballer who have score many goals of his team.