Man Utd: Juan Mata Creates Interactive Map Of Every Country He’s Played Football In Over The Years

Chris Wright

3rd, November 2016



Having flown into Instanbul ahead of Manchester United’s Europa League clash with Fenerbahce, Juan Mata was able to add yet another country to the long list he’s had the opportunity to play football in over the course of his career.

Indeed, in order to fully take stock of his travels, the Spanish forward set about creating an interactive map — which he dubbed ‘El Matamundi’ — to detail just how far he’s traipsed around the globe.

Mata then went to the trouble of collating the flag of each and every nation he’s played in over the years, Tweeting the rather impressive results…

Equatorial Guinea? When (and why) did that happen?

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  1. Paul says:

    I think Spain opened the new stadium in Equatorial Guinea with a friendly with the local national side a few years back.

  2. Sam says:

    I think he put the Kazakhstan flag in his tweet instead of Azerbaijan – judging by his interactive map.

  3. Maria says:

    Given the UK has separate associations he could also break that down to the individual nations.

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