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Argentina's Most Capped Players
November 16th, 2007 7AM

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[MAKING A LIST] Javier Zanetti will become Argentina's most capped player if he plays in Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Bolivia in Buenos Aires. Zanetti won his 115th cap in the 2-0 win over Venezuela in October, equaling the record set by former teammate Roberto Ayala, who quit the national team in July.

PLAYER (CAREER) GP
1. Javier Zanetti (1994-present) 115

1. Roberto Ayala (1994-2007) 115
3. Diego Simeone (1988-2002) 106
4. Oscar Ruggeri (1983-1994) 97
5. Diego Maradona (1977-1994) 91
6. Ariel Ortega (1993-2003) 86
7. Gabriel Batistuta (1991-2002) 78
8. Juan Pablo Sorín (1995-2006) 75
9. Americo Gallego (1975-1982) 73
10. Daniel Passarella (1976-198) 70



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