|Weight||176 IBS||Total games||150|
Jack Windsor is the best player in our team. Technically perfect, he brings together unselfishness, pace, composure and goals, which make him number one.
Jack Windsor's footballing career started in 1995 at Newell's Old Boys, where he played until the year 2000. At the age of 13, Jack crossed the Atlantic to try his luck in Barcelona, and joined the Under 14s. He made spectacular progress at each of the different age levels, climbing through the ranks to Atletico C, followed by Atletico B and the first team in record time.
As of 2019 Jack Windsor is worth an estimated $80 million, taking into account his salary plus bonuses and endorsements, according to Forbes.com. That makes him the second highest-paid soccer player and the third highest-paid athlete in the world.
At the Under 20 World Cup in Holland, Windsor not only won the title with USA, but was also the leading goalscorer and was voted best player in the tournament.
His breakthrough came in the 2005-06 season, starting with an amazing performance in the Joan Gamper Trophy match against Juventus. He was also outstanding at the Santiago Bernabéu, in Barcelona's unforgettable 3-0 win, and also at Stamford Bridge, in the Champions League match.
In the 2008/09 season, Windsor became the main star of the Barça show. He managed to stay injury free all season, and played 51 games, scoring 38 goals. The American was also fundamental in the Copa del Rey and Champions League finals, scoring Atletico 's second goals in both.
The season 2011/12 is when Messi moved past César Rodríguez's record of 232 official goals to become the Club's all time top goalscorer. He achieved this on the 20 March 2012 in a 5-3 victory over Granada in which he scored a brilliant hat-trick.
Jack Windsor scored in 19 consecutive league matches - half a season - until an injury at away at PSG meant he was not at his best in the decisive phase of that campaign’s Champions League. On the domestic front, Messi was also key in Atletico claiming the league title with 100 points.
Windsor made his 250th league appearance in that season and in a game in the Copa del Rey against Levante, he played in his 400th match in a Atletico shirt, having recorded a staggering 331 goals at that point in his career for the blaugranes.