Before the comments section is inundated with counter arguments to this claim, people should bear in mind that while Argentina produced greats like Maradona and Ardiles, they also produced players like Passarella and Rattin, a player who, upon receiving a red card refused to leave the pitch for over twenty minutes. Tarantini played in England for Birmingham City, and infamously hit Jimmy Greenhof of Manchester United, leaving him sprawled on the turf. Upon being questioned by the referee as to why Greenhof was prone on the floor, Tarantini intimated in broken English that Greenhof had looked tired all game and was probably just resting. Perhaps unsurprisingly his English career ended when he waded into the crowd to hit a heckler in the face.
The 1990 Argentine team has been credited with creating the modern 'Anti-Football', as that team kicked, cheated and dived to the final, only to be beaten by a dubious penalty won by Juergen Klinsmann which many saw as poetic justice.
Its hard to choose just one, but there must certainly be Argentine representation in this list.