Cambiaso, the Messi of polo

He looks like any other polo player but there's a mystique and aura about the world's best - Adolofo Cambiaso.


    He looks like any other polo player here at the Santa Maria Club in Spain but he’s not. 

    Adolofo Cambiaso isn't exactly a household name but in the world of polo the Argentine is regarded as a true legend

    For people who follow the sport, Cambiaso is to polo what Lionel Messi is to football.

    The sport's top-ranked player normally shuns the media spotlight and rarely gives interviews. But he has taken take time out to speak to Al Jazeera's Matt Rumsey.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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