Born and brought up in Morelia, Mexico, Oswaldo spent a major part of his career in the Mexican top division, playing for Tecos, Santa Laguna, Guadalajara, and Mazatlan in his time in Mexico. An experienced, left-footed defender, Oswaldo has also won Liga MX, Copa MX, Supercopa MX, and the CONCACAF Champions League, where he was named in the Champions League Best XI in 2018. The 34-year-old has over 350 appearances including his time with Real Oviedo in Spain and San Jose Earthquakes in the MLS, where he put in some impressive performances everywhere he played. Oswaldo also has plenty of experience at the international stage, scoring three goals in 23 appearances for the Mexican National Team, where he also won the CONCAF Gold Cup in 2015 and will ply his trade in India for the first time with Hyderabad FC and will sport the No. 2 behind his back, with the Yellow and Black.
2 Oswaldo Alanis