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Profile of the Argentinian footballer Javier Mascherano, who currently plays as a defender at Barcelona. The 32-year old player Mascherano joined Barcelona from and wears the number 14 shirt.

Javier Mascherano
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        (Squad number 14)

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Javier Mascherano Career
2003–2005River Plate46(1)
2006–2007West Ham United5(0)

2003–2004Argentina U2022(1)
2004–2008Argentina U2318(0)

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Javier Mascherano : Barcelona News
“New signings Samuel Umtiti and Denis Suarez started for Barcelona, standing in for Javier Mascherano and Andres Iniesta respectively, as Barcelona battled with a long list of absences.”
 Firstpost 3 days ago
“Javier Mascherano has joined the queue to the Camp Nou treatment room with champions Barcelona hit by a spate of injuries before they begin the new season in La Liga against Betis on Saturday.”
 The Hindu 4 days ago
“Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has been dealt a defensive injury headache by the hamstring strain picked up by Javier Mascherano in the Spanish Super Cup second leg.”
 en.as.com 5 days ago
“Javier Mascherano has joined the queue to the Camp Nou treatment room with champions Barcelona hit by a spate of injuries before they begin the new season in La Liga against Betis on Saturday.”
 Zee News 5 days ago
“Javier Mascherano was not able to finish Barcelona's game against Sevilla because of a minor hamstring strain that will keep him out for one week.”
 SPORT English 6 days ago
“The fantastic 3-0 win over Sevilla was a little bittersweet for Barcelona when Javier Mascherano was forced to leave the game with an injury. Thankfully, it's not too bad.”
 SB Nation Barca Blaugranes 6 days ago
“Barcelona defender Javier Mascherano has been ruled out of his side's La Liga opener against Real Betis due to a hamstring strain. The Argentina international suffered the injury during Barca's Supercopa de Espana success against Sevilla on Wednesday.”
 beinsports.com 6 days ago
“Javier Mascherano left the game in the 80th minute, leaving Barca with just 10 men for the rest of the match. Javier Mascherano will miss Barcelona's La Liga opener against Real Betis after injuring his hamstring in Wednesday's Super Cup win against Sevilla.”
 espnfc.com 7 days ago
“Messi headed Barcelona's third in the 55th, his first goal this season. Barcelona finished with 10 men after Javier Mascherano asked to be substituted with 10 minutes left and after coach Luis Enrique had made all three changes.”
 Olathe Daily News 7 days ago
“The injuries are just piling up for Barcelona right now.”
 SB Nation Barca Blaugranes 7 days ago
Javier Mascherano Career Honours
  • River Plate: Argentine Primera Division: 2003–04 Clausura
  • Corinthians: Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A: 2005
  • Barcelona: La Liga: 2010–11, 2012–13, 2014–15
  • Barcelona: Copa del Rey: 2011–12, 2014–15
  • Barcelona: Supercopa de Espana: 2011, 2013
  • Barcelona: UEFA Champions League: 2010–11, 2014–15
  • Barcelona: UEFA Super Cup: 2011
  • Barcelona: FIFA Club World Cup: 2011
  • Barcelona: FIFA World Cup Runner-up: 2014
  • Barcelona: Copa America Runner-up: 2004, 2007, 2015
  • Barcelona: FIFA Confederations Cup Runner-up: 2005
  • Barcelona: Olympic Gold Medal: 2004, 2008
  • Copa America Team of the Tournament: 2015
  • UEFA Champions League Team of the Season: 2014–15
  • FC Barcelona Player of the Year: 2013–14
  • Toulon Tournament Best Player: 2003
  • South American Team of the Year: 2004, 2005

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Jordi Masip Claudio Bravo
    Marc-Andre ter Stegen
    Douglas Aleix Vidal
    Sergi Roberto Lucas Digne
    Jordi Alba Jeremy Mathieu
    Javier Mascherano Samuel Umtiti
    Gerard Pique
    Munir El Haddadi Lionel Messi
    Neymar Arda Turan
    Rafinha Denis Suarez
    Andre Gomes Andres Iniesta
    Ivan Rakitic Sergi Samper
    Sergio Busquets
    Luis Suarez