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Superclasico: Boca Juniors' dream XI playing in Europe

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Willy Caballero

Caballero made his Boca Juniors debut on February 7, 2000 against Newell's Old Boys. He spent three seasons at Boca as back-up to Roberto Abbondanzieri.

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Willy Caballero

Cabellero is currently at Chelsea after leaving Manchester City.

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Matías Silvestre

Silvestre was at Boca between 2002 and 2008 during which time he won five titles and scored six goals.

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Matías Silvestre

Now at Empoli, he previously represented Catania, Palermo, Inter, AC Milan and Sampdoria.

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Ezequiel Muñoz

The defender joined Boca aged 14 and was in the senior side between 2008 and 2010.

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Ezequiel Muñoz

Muñoz is currently at Leganés after playing in Italy for Palermo, Sampdoria and Genoa.

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Facundo Roncaglia

Rongaglia played 42 times for Boca between 2007 and 2009 and returned for the 2011-12 after spells at Espanyol and Estudiantes de Plata.

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Facundo Roncaglia

Now at Celta, he also played for Fiorentina and Genoa.

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Emiliano Insua

Insua came through the ranks at Boca before being loaned to Liverpool.

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Emiliano Insua

In 2015 he joined VfB Stuttgart after playing for Galatasaray, Sporting Lisbon, Atlético Madrid and Rayo Vallecano.

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Gonzalo Escalante

Escalante was at Boca in 2012-13 and 2013-14 but only made 11 appearances.

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Gonzalo Escalante

Now at Eibar, he has made 110 appearances for the Basques over four season, scoring seven times.

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Rodrigo Bentancur

Bentancur made his Boca debut in January 2015 in a friendly against Vélez Sarfield and spent three seasons at La Bombonera.

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Rodrigo Bentancur

After signing for Juventus he has worked his way into the first team and has 10 apperances this season to his name after making 27 in 2017-18.

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Diego Perotti

Perotti left Boca at the age of 12 for Deportivo Morón and joined Sevilla in 2007.

Diego Perotti

After being briefly loaned back to Boca, Perotti moved to Genoa where his performances led to Roma signing him in 2016.

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Rodrigo Palacio

Palacio spent five seasons at Boca, scoring 82 goals in 186 games.

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Rodrigo Palacio

After passing through Genoa and Inter Milan Palacio joined Genoa, where he has hit five goals in 33 games.

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Leonardo Suárez

Valladolid snapped up Suárez last summer on loan from Villarreal.

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Leonardo Suárez

He left Boca aged 18 in 2015 to join Villarreal, where he was promoted to the senior side in 2016.

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Sergio Araujo

Araujo was at Boca Juniors for three seasons where he caught the eye in the junior ranks and moved to Barcelona B.

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Sergio Araujo

He later joined Las Palmas, then moved to AEK briefly before rejoining the Canarian club.

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