Football is one of the most-loved sports around the globe, with millions of people as die-hard fans of football players. Jesus Ricardo Angulo Uriarte is a Mexican footballer with a huge fan following, and he currently plays as a winger for Liga MX club Guadalajara.
As of 2023, Jesús Ricardo Angulo's net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Given Name||Jesús Ricardo Angulo Uriarte|
|Famous Name||Jesús Ricardo Angulo|
|Source(s) of Fame||Football Player|
|Date of Birth||February 20, 1997|
|Place of Birth||Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico|
Nothing much is known about the early life and childhood of the Mexican professional footballer Jesus Ricardo Angulo Uriarte. The known facts are that he was born on February 20, 1997, in Culiacan, Sinaloa.
He hasn’t disclosed anything about his parents, siblings, and education.
There are two main branches of the career highlights of Jesus Angulo, Club career and the International Career.
Jesus Angulo started his club career on 13 March 2016 with Liga MX. The club he joined was Dorados de Sinaloa, and the team played against Deportivo Toluca F.C. and resulted in a 3-0 loss.
Then Dorados de Sinaloa became Ascenso MX during the next season, and Jesus Angulo became part of the team to win the Apertura tournament.
Jesus Angulo scored his first goal on 21 January, 2017, but his team lost 4-2 against Atlanta F.C. Jesus Angulo scored his first brace on 3 March 2017, and the team won 5-1 against Cimarrones de Sonora.
Next, Jesus Angulo started playing for Club Tijuana with the first match on 21 July 2018, resulting in a 2-1 victory against C.D. Guadalajara.
Then, for the 2019 Apertura tournament, Club Necaxa signed him in 2019. He played his first match with Necaxa on 28 July, which resulted in a 2-0 loss against Club Universidad Nacional.
Jesus Angulo scored his first goal and brace with Necaxa on 14 September and made his team win 2-0 against C.F. Monterrey.
For the 2020 Clausura, Jesus Angulo was signed by C.D. Guadalajara on 17 December, 2019. He played for the first time on 11 January 2020, when he debuted as a substitute in the 70th minute. The match resulted in a 2-0 victory over Juarez. He scored his first goal on 12 August, and his team won 2-0 over Juarez.
Guadalajara scored a single goal during the reclassification phase of the Guardianes championship on 21 November 2020. Jesus Angulo was the one to achieve this goal against Necaxa, and his team qualified to the quarter-finals.
For the 2019 Toulon Tournament, Jaime Lozano called Jesus Angulo to be part of the preliminary roster. However, Angulo did not qualify for the final eleven.
Lozano again called him in January 2020 to take part in a mini-camp for the preparations for the 2020 CONCACAF Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship.
He appeared in five matches at the 2020 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship, and Mexico was declared the winner in this competition.
Then he was called to take part in the 2029 Summer Olympics. With his outstanding performance for the Mexican Olympic team, he won the bronze medal.
Mexico national team
Jesus Angulo played for the first time in Mexico on 2 October 2019. The team won 2-0 against Trinidad and Tobago.
Jesus Angulo is very secretive and doesn’t talk about his personal life in public. It is assumed that he is single. He has neither been involved with a girl nor is he dating anyone.
The famous Mexican professional footballer has a lot of fans in his home country and other places. In addition, a further 217K people follow him on Instagram, and he also has 18K Facebook followers. This is an era of social media, and a person’s appreciation and admiration could easily be determined by the subscribers and followers on their social media accounts. Jesus Angulo has 34.5K people following him on Twitter.
Jesus Angulo is one of those football players who have played at the national level and displayed outstanding performance in international matches. Currently, the Mexican footballer has a net worth of $2 million.
Jesús Ricardo Angulo has sometimes been associated with other Football Players such as Sam Acho, Hajra Khan, Roberto Aguayo, Rabiu Ali, Alex Anzalone, and Gabriel Fernando de Jesus.