José Andrés Guardado Hernández is a Mexican professional footballer playing for La Liga club Real Betis and captain of the Mexican national team. Essentially a midfielder, he can also play the role of left winger or left-back. Better known as Principito, he went through youth levels at Atlas, then signed with Spaniard Deportivo, where he spent 5 seasons. In 2012, he joined another team in the country, Valencia, on short-term loan to Bayer Leverkusen and PSV, before finally joining the latter club in 2015 and winning two Eredivisie titles. He returned to Spain two years later with Real Betis, where he made over 100 appearances. As a Mexico international since 2005, Guardado has represented the country at four World Cups, four Gold Cups - winning tournaments in 2011, 2015 and 2019 - two Copa Americas and two League Cups, winning over 160 time.
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Mexican wingback who was twice named the best player at his position while playing for Deportivo La Coruna from 2007 to 2012. He began playing for the Philips Sport Vereniging in 2016.
He began his youth career with Atlas at age 7.
He scored 14 goals in his first 90 appearances with Mexico's national team.
He married Briana Guardado in 2006.
He joined Omar Bravo on Mexico's national soccer team in 2005.
- The player won the CONCACAF Gold Cup
- The player is from Jalisco
- Copa América Centenario players
- Athlete from Guadalajara, Jalisco
- Bayer 04 Leverkusen players
- Mexican players from abroad
- Deportivo de La Coruña players
- Players Valencia CF
- Real Betis players
- Players PSV Eindhoven
- Mexican international football player
Latest information about Andrés Guardado updated on June 15 2021.