Legends Database

Héctor SCARONE by DNA I

Héctor SCARONE

Attacking Midfielder

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Overall RATING
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Attacking Skills
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Playmaking
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Defending Skills

Other Positions

SS

168cm x 75kg; Two-Footed; Prime 1924 – 1928

Physical Skills

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Acceleration
86%
Agility
88%
Balance
89%
Jump
93%
Natural Fitness
76%
Speed
82%
Stamina
78%
Strength
76%

Technical Skills

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Ball Control
94%
Dribbling
92%
Free Kicks
85%
Heading
89%
Long Passing
89%
Shooting Accuracy
92%
Shooting Power
92%
Shooting Technique
93%
Short Passing
89%

Tactical Skills

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Defensive Positioning
38%
Off the ball
85%
Teamwork
86%

Mental Skills

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Anticipation
83%
Concentration
87%
Consistency
77%
Determination
93%
Leadership
85%
Vision
87%

Attacking Skills

Finishing
88%

Defensive Skills

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Marking
36%
Sliding
32%
Tackling
34%

Info Box

– Known as “El Magico”
– An attacking midfielder and forward gifted with superb technical skills, physical strength, vision and aerial ability
– Widely considered the best pre-war footballer ever with Giuseppe Meazza

– Dictates tempo
– Moves into channels
– Places shots
– Tries first-time shots
– Tries killer balls often

Additional Skills

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Crossing
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Creativity
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Penalties
0%
Versatility
  • Aerial Threat

  • Midfielder Maestro

Héctor Scarone, celebrated for his complete technical ability and aerial prowess, was a striking figure in early 20th-century football. His skill set was comprehensive, encompassing exceptional ball control, precision in passing, and remarkable proficiency in aerial duels.

Scarone’s playing style was characterized by a blend of tenacious spirit and occasional combativeness. His resilience on the pitch, coupled with a fiery character, made him a formidable and respected opponent.