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Jared Borgetti made his professional debut in 1994.
There are three Mexican players who deserve a shout-out.
Jared Borgetti is the all-time leading scorer of Mexico's national team with 46 goals. Borgetti was a quick and fearless player inside the box. He was very accurate and powerful with headers. His golden age came in 2005, when he proved to the world his capacity at the Confederations Cup, which secured him a contract with Bolton Wanderers.
Luis Hernandez is the Mexican who has more goals in World Cups. In France in 1998, Hernandez scored twice against South Korea and once apiece against the Netherlands and Germany. He also became the first Mexican to score more than two goals in a single World Cup edition. "El Matador" had tremendous speed and was so slick that he left defenders behind him with ease.
Carlos Hermosillo scored 35 times with El Tri. Hermosillo only played two World Cup games in 1994. He was one of the most feared strikers in a Mexican local league where he played for America, Monterrey, Cruz Azul, Nexaxa, Atlante and Guadalajara. He scored 279 goals in the Mexican league.