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Luis Enrique Flores Ocaranza (born on July 18, 1961 in Mexico Citymarker, Mexicomarker) was a football player, and a former striker who played for the Mexican national team in the 1986 FIFA World Cup being held in Mexicomarker. He played 62 times for Mexico from 1983-1993 being the 7th best goalscorer in Mexico's history with 29 goals being tied with Hugo Sánchez and Luis Garcia.

Playing career

Flores debuted with UNAM Pumas in the 79/80 season. In 1980-81 he was part of the squad that won the league championship. In 1985 he joined Spanish team Sporting Gijon. He made a total of 32 appearances and 10 goals with the Spanish team. The following season he came back to Mexico with UNAM Pumas, but later was signed again by a new Spanish team Valencia CF. He had a successful season with Valencia appearing 36 times and scoring six goals. He later came back to Mexico with the European experience to play with famous clubs such as Cruz Azul, Atlas, and Chivas de Guadalajara.

Internatational goals



Coaching career

Flores has been the manager of Pumas, CD Veracruz, Atlético Celayaand Necaxa.

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References

  1. rsssf: Mexico record international players


1. November 29, 1983 Fort-de-Francemarker, Martiniquemarker 4– 4 Draw Friendly
2. November 29, 1983 Fort-de-France, Martinique 4– 4 Draw Friendly
3. November 29, 1983 Fort-de-France, Martinique 4– 4 Draw Friendly
4. November 29, 1983 Fort-de-France, Martinique 4– 4 Draw Friendly
5. December 6, 1983 Irapuatomarker, Mexicomarker 5–0 Win Friendly
6. December 6, 1983 Irapuato, Mexico 5–0 Win Friendly
7. September 18, 1984 Monterreymarker, Mexico 1–1 Draw Friendly
8. December 4, 1984 Los Angelesmarker, United Statesmarker 3–2 Win Friendly
9. February 5, 1985 Querétaromarker, Mexico 5–0 Win Friendly
10. June 9, 1985 Mexico Citymarker, Mexico 1–0 Win 1985 Mexico City Cup
11. June 15, 1985 Mexico City, Mexico 2–0 Win 1985 Mexico City Cup
12. August 25, 1985 Los Angeles, United States 2–1 Win Friendly
13. October 15, 1985 Sana'amarker, North Yemen 2–0 Win Friendly
14. October 20, 1985 Cairomarker, Egyptmarker 1–2 Loss Friendly
15. December 2, 1985 Los Angeles, United States 2–1 Win Friendly
16. December 2, 1985 Los Angeles, United States 2–1 Win Friendly
17. February 15, 1986 San Josemarker, United States 2–1 Win Friendly
18. April 27, 1986 Mexico City, Mexico 3–0 Win Friendly
19. June 7, 1986 Mexico City, Mexico 1–1 Draw 1986 FIFA World Cup
20. December 12, 1987 Santa Anamarker, United States 9–0 Win Friendly
21. January 13, 1988 San Pedro Sulamarker, Hondurasmarker 1–0 Win Friendly
22. February 3, 1988 Tolucamarker, Mexico 2–1 Win Friendly
23. February 14, 1988 Guatemala Citymarker, Guatemalamarker 3–0 Win Friendly
24. May 10, 1990 Vancouvermarker, Canadamarker 1–0 Win 1990 North American Cup
25. May 13, 1990 Vancouver, Canada 1–2 Loss 1990 North American Cup
26. April 11, 1993 Mexico City, Mexico 3–0 Win 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
27. April 25, 1993 Mexico City, Mexico 4–0 Win 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
28. May 2, 1993 Tegucigalpamarker, Honduras 4–1 Win 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
29. June 10, 1993 Mexico City, Mexico 3–1 Win Friendly

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