Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez has revealed his best players in one of his recent interviews with The Sun newspaper. The Argentine international revealed that his best XI has so much quality to the extent that he won’t mind being on the bench. Carlos Tevez was asked to name the best XI players that he had played with during his illustrious career. In his response, the striker named seven players from Manchester United without adding anyone from their city rivals, Manchester City.

Carlos Tevez is one of the few players to feature prominently for the two Manchester clubs in the Premier League era. The 36-year-old controversially left Manchester United to join Manchester City in 2009 after spending two years at the Theatre of Dreams. The player spent fewer years at Manchester United than the period he spent as a player of Manchester City. Tevez was at the Etihad Stadium for four years until 2013. He signed for Italian champions Juventus in a £12m deal during the summer of 2013.

During his time at Manchester City, Carlos Tevez played his part as the club broke their long league title drought by winning the Premier League trophy at the end of the 2011/12 season with virtually the last kick of the entire league campaign. Fellow Argentine Sergio Aguero was responsible for the title clinching goal during the 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers at home. Manchester City needed to win the game to secure the title.

Sergio Aguero didn’t make his best forwards despite his Manchester City heroics. Barcelona skipper Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney were named as his best attackers. Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba made the midfield selected by Carlos Tevez alongside Andrea Pirlo and Paul Scholes. Juventus great Gianlugi Buffon is his goalkeeper, while the quartet of Gabriel Heinze, Patrice Evra, Hugo Ibarra and Rio Ferdinand are his defenders.