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Starting lineup - published: 14.12.18

Position First name Last name Mjesto rođenja Like Dislike
GK David DE GEA Madrid

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GK Keylor NAVAS Pérez Zeledón

3

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DC Davinson SANCHEZ Caloto

0

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DC Diego GODIN Rosario

1

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DC Gerard PIQUE Barcelona

17

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6

DRC Sergio RAMOS Sevilla

17

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5

DRL Cesar AZPILICUETA Pamplona

10

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DR Daniel CARVAJAL Leganes

13

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3

DR Torres Belén JUANFRAN Crevillent

4

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DR/MR Antonio VALENCIA Nueva Loja

0

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DR/MR Hector BELLERIN Barcelona

11

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5

DL Jordi ALBA L'Hospitalet

17

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3

DC/DMC Javier MASCHERANO San Lorenzo

1

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DMC Sergio BUSQUETS Sabadell

12

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2

MC Andres INIESTA Fuentealbilla

16

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1

MC Arturo VIDAL Santiago de Chile

1

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MRLC Jorge Merodio KOKE Madrid

8

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MRLC SAUL Niguez Elche

9

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AMC James RODRIGUEZ Cucuta

1

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AMRLC Angel DI MARIA Rosario

1

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AMRLC David SILVA Arguineguín

4

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AMRLC Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez ISCO Benalmádena

10

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AMRLC Juan MATA Ocón de Villafranca

10

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SS/FRLC Paulo DYBALA Laguna Larga

3

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FRLC Alexis SANCHEZ Tocopilla

3

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1

FRLC Lionel MESSI Rosario

6

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FC Luis SUAREZ Salto

1

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FC Mauro ICARDI Rosario

0

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FC Radamel FALCAO Santa Marta

1

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FC/SS Sergio AGUERO Qilmes

5

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After the death of the last king from the branch of the Spanish Habsburgs, the War of the Spanish Succession (1700-1714) broke out between the Austrian Habsburgs and the Spanish Bourbons with the help of France. He ended up with a compromise solution: the Bourbons were given the throne and the colonies, and the Habsburgs had Spanish possessions in the Catholic Southern Netherlands and Apennine Peninsula, making them more powerful than ever before. The war reduced Spain to the rank of second-rate force and led to the rise of the ambitions of France Louis XIV. Although in the years prior to certain parts of the country (such as Catalonia), the government was suppressing tradition, thinning out special laws and reducing the importance of institutions, the new bourbon government and definitively abolished the liberties (privileges in the legal system) of Aragon, Valencia, Catalonia, Mallorca, etc., leaving only in force Basque Liberties (an area that supported his option during the Succession War.

One of the most important rights of liberties was to exclude the obligation to participate in recruiting if the war was not in their area or the will of their institutions to cooperate with money or companies in defense of the monarch. The church was still too powerful, the nobility dispersed, the peasants mostly too poor, the levies unfairly distributed, and only a narrow circle, mostly the upper class, was educated.

Spanish colonial power was also declining. Over time, North America will become more successful than the South simply because the British model of widespread property rights, social mobility and democracy worked better than the Spanish model of concentrated wealth and autocracy, giving the few elites the right to exploit the natives. Also, from the very beginning, Spain invested less in trade and more in territorial conquest and had no internationally significant trading and banking cities and was unable to control the European world economy.

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