Mario Soto Benavides (born July 10, 1950 in Santiago de Chile) was a Chilean football defender, who played for his native country in the 1982 FIFA World Cup. In total for his country he played 48 matches scoring 1 goal between 1975 and 1985. Soto is one of the biggest idols of Chilean club Cobreloa. He became notorious in Brazil for his violent behaviour in the 1981 Copa Libertadores de América finals, against Flamengo—which prompted Flamengo coach Paulo César Carpegiani to order forward Anselmo to knock him out at the last minutes of the match, after Flamengo had secured the title.

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  • Mario Soto Benavides (Santiago, Chile, 10 de julio de 1950) es un exfutbolista y entrenador chileno. Jugaba de defensa central. (es)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (* 10. Juli 1950 in Santiago de Chile) ist ein ehemaliger chilenischer Fußballspieler und heutiger -trainer. Als Spieler erreichte er zweimal mit CD Cobreloa und einmal mit Unión Española das Endspiel um die Copa Libertadores, unterlag aber jedes Mal. Ferner nahm er mit der Nationalmannschaft seines Heimatlandes an der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft 1982 in Spanien teil. Später wurde Soto Trainer und arbeitete in dieser Funktion unter Anderem für Unión San Felipe, die Santiago Wanderers und seinen alten Verein CD Cobreloa. (de)
  • Mario Soto Benavides, né le 10 juillet 1950 à Santiago du Chili, est un footballeur chilien. (fr)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (born July 10, 1950 in Santiago de Chile) was a Chilean football defender, who played for his native country in the 1982 FIFA World Cup. In total for his country he played 48 matches scoring 1 goal between 1975 and 1985. Soto is one of the biggest idols of Chilean club Cobreloa. He became notorious in Brazil for his violent behaviour in the 1981 Copa Libertadores de América finals, against Flamengo—which prompted Flamengo coach Paulo César Carpegiani to order forward Anselmo to knock him out at the last minutes of the match, after Flamengo had secured the title. He also played for club football for Chileans CD Magallanes and Unión Española, and Brazilian side Palmeiras. (en)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (Santiago de Chile, 10 juli 1950) is een voormalig profvoetballer uit Chili, die speelde als verdediger. Na zijn actieve loopbaan stapte hij het trainersvak in. Hij was tweemaal Chileens voetballer van het jaar. (nl)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (Santiago, 10 de julho de 1950) foi um zagueiro que jogou pela seleção do Chile na Copa do Mundo de 1982. No total, disputou 48 partidas e marcou 1 gol entre 1975 e 1985. Soto, um dos os ídolos do Cobreloa (onde jogou entre 1978 e 1985, quando abandonou os gramados), também jogou nos times Magallanes (seu primeiro time) e Unión Española (ambos do Chile) e Palmeiras (Brasil - único time não-chileno que defendeu). Ficou conhecido no Brasil por sua violenta atuação nas finais da Copa Libertadores de 1981, em que o Cobreloa enfrentou o Flamengo. Após a derrota de 1 x 2 no jogo de ida, os chilenos venceram em Santiago por 1 x 0, com Soto abrindo os supercílios de Adílio e Lico, com uma pedra que levava na mão - outras versões apontam que o objeto era um anel afiado. O regulamento da época previa uma terceira partida em campo neutro em caso de vitórias (ou dois empates) para ambos os finalistas, e justamente em função dos ferimentos, Lico teve de ficar de fora. A finalíssima ocorreu em Montevidéu e, após o Flamengo ter assegurado a vitória por 2 x 0, o técnico Paulo César Carpeggiani colocou em campo o atacante reserva Anselmo, somente para agredir o zagueiro. Sentindo a força do soco de Anselmo, Soto acabou desmaiando; o atacante deixou o campo tão logo que bateu no chileno, que também foi expulso. (pt)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (ur. 10 lipca 1950 w Santiago) - piłkarz chilijski grający podczas kariery na pozycji defensywnego pomocnika. (pl)
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  • Mario Soto Benavides (Santiago, Chile, 10 de julio de 1950) es un exfutbolista y entrenador chileno. Jugaba de defensa central. (es)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (* 10. Juli 1950 in Santiago de Chile) ist ein ehemaliger chilenischer Fußballspieler und heutiger -trainer. Als Spieler erreichte er zweimal mit CD Cobreloa und einmal mit Unión Española das Endspiel um die Copa Libertadores, unterlag aber jedes Mal. Ferner nahm er mit der Nationalmannschaft seines Heimatlandes an der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft 1982 in Spanien teil. Später wurde Soto Trainer und arbeitete in dieser Funktion unter Anderem für Unión San Felipe, die Santiago Wanderers und seinen alten Verein CD Cobreloa. (de)
  • Mario Soto Benavides, né le 10 juillet 1950 à Santiago du Chili, est un footballeur chilien. (fr)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (Santiago de Chile, 10 juli 1950) is een voormalig profvoetballer uit Chili, die speelde als verdediger. Na zijn actieve loopbaan stapte hij het trainersvak in. Hij was tweemaal Chileens voetballer van het jaar. (nl)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (ur. 10 lipca 1950 w Santiago) - piłkarz chilijski grający podczas kariery na pozycji defensywnego pomocnika. (pl)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (born July 10, 1950 in Santiago de Chile) was a Chilean football defender, who played for his native country in the 1982 FIFA World Cup. In total for his country he played 48 matches scoring 1 goal between 1975 and 1985. Soto is one of the biggest idols of Chilean club Cobreloa. He became notorious in Brazil for his violent behaviour in the 1981 Copa Libertadores de América finals, against Flamengo—which prompted Flamengo coach Paulo César Carpegiani to order forward Anselmo to knock him out at the last minutes of the match, after Flamengo had secured the title. (en)
  • Mario Soto Benavides (Santiago, 10 de julho de 1950) foi um zagueiro que jogou pela seleção do Chile na Copa do Mundo de 1982. No total, disputou 48 partidas e marcou 1 gol entre 1975 e 1985. Soto, um dos os ídolos do Cobreloa (onde jogou entre 1978 e 1985, quando abandonou os gramados), também jogou nos times Magallanes (seu primeiro time) e Unión Española (ambos do Chile) e Palmeiras (Brasil - único time não-chileno que defendeu). (pt)
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