Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Tom Brady are on the throne


The results of the Guadalajara driver in the Red Bull team aroused a euphoric feeling around Formula 1, given the prolonged absence of a great Mexican hero. A historic victory in Baku, Azerbaijan, plus a CDMX podium, represented two of the most emotional moments of the campaign. However, multiple successes consolidated Checo as one of the main references in the country. For the second year in a row, he completed the calendar as the fourth best behind the wheel, with 190 points.


– Midway through the season, Checo Pérez renewed one more year with Red Bull for 2022.

– The man from Guadalajara is tied with Pedro Rodríguez, as the Mexicans with the most wins in Formula 1, with one pair each.


217 Great Permios has in the Great Circus.

2 career wins in F1.

15 podiums accumulates in 11 seasons.


The Portuguese star continued to show why he is one of the most important footballers in history. This year he became the top scorer at the national team level, breaking the record that Iranian Ali Daei had, and reaching 115. Also, before the end of 2021, he surpassed the barrier of 800 goals in his professional career, by achieving a double against Arsenal in early December. As if this were not enough, in summer he also won the title of the highest scorer of the Eurocup, with 14 goals.


7 times he has already scored in World Cups.

5 Ballons d’Or has the Portuguese.

34 titles sum in his professional career.


The NFL veteran never tires of winning. After dominating the American Conference and obtaining six Super Bowl rings with the Patriots, his career took a 180 degree turn: he changed city (to Tampa Bay), conference (NFC) and shield (Buccaneers). In February of this year, he became the first quarterback to play and win a sB at home. He did it with the Bucs, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9, and his seventh Vince Lombardi trophy. The game only had 22,500 fans, due to the pandemic.


3 MVP adds Brady in his career.

44 years old, the current age of the GOAT.

22 seasons already played in the NFL.


FEBRUARY 11: First Mexican club in the final
? Tigres became the first Liga MX team to reach a Club World Cup final, losing by the slightest difference to Bayern München.
JULY 10: Finally Leo is crowned with his country
? Lionel Messi lifted his first title with Argentina’s senior team, beating Neymar’s Brazil 1-0 during the Copa América final.
JULY 11: Win the Euro, after 53 years
? After drawing 1-1 in regulation time, Italy lifted their second European Championship, after defeating England 3-2 on penalties at Wembley Stadium.
AUGUST 8: Mexico climbs to the podiums of Japan
? The Aztec delegation culminated their participation in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, with a harvest of four bronzes. It was the 84th place of the medal table.
AUGUST 8: Tricolor title in golf
? Mexico’s Abraham Ancer won his first PGA Tour title, winning the World Championship FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
AUGUST 10: The Messiah leaves Barcelona
? The signing of Lionel Messi with Paris Saint-Germain was made official, where he met up with Neymar. La Pulga arrived as a free agent.
SEPTEMBER 5: Olympic barriers break

? The national delegation won 22 medals (seven golden, two silver and 13 bronze) at the Tokyo Paralympics. It exceeded 300 medals and 100 golds.
SEPTEMBER 12: ‘Nole’ is one step away
? Djokovic lost to Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final, preventing him from achieving his first Grand Slam in 52 years.
SEPTEMBER 23: millionaire punishment for soccer
? The Economic Competition Commission punished Aztec football with 177.6 million pesos, for practices such as the Gentlemen’s Pact and the salary cap.
OCTOBER 31: Aztec history in MLB
? Pitcher José Urquidy became the Mexican with the most World Series victories, with three wins. He won two in this year’s Fall Classic.

By Emilio Pineres, Héctor Juárez and J. Alexis Hernández


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Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Tom Brady are on the throne