As part of the celebrations for National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, the Premier League is highlighting the contributions from players of Hispanic and Latino ancestry on the league's American social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram.
In recent weeks, the impact of players from Mexico, Colombia and Argentina have been looked at. This week we focus on the influence of stars from Paraguay, Chile, Ecuador, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The former Atlanta United midfielder moved to St James' Park in January 2019 and has since scored four times and produced three assists in 49 top-flight appearances.
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Although Ecuador has a population of just 17 million, it has produced one of the Premier League's most consistent players.
Antonio Valencia is fondly remembered for his time with Manchester United. During his career in England, which began at Wigan Athletic, the powerful winger and full-back played 325 matches, scoring 24 goals and providing 46 assists.
He was twice a Premier League champion at Old Trafford, while he also won the FA Cup, two League Cups and the UEFA Europa League.
Of all the Latin Americans to grace the Premier League, Luis Suarez perhaps made the greatest impact.
The Uruguay international joined Liverpool in January 2011 and within two seasons became one of the world's most-feared strikers.
Skillful, direct and blessed with fleetness of foot and thought, Suarez scored 23 goals in 33 Premier League matches in 2012/13.
He then hit even more the following campaign, netting 31 to both claim the Golden Boot and earn the Premier League Player of the Season award as Liverpool narrowly missed out on the title.
Sanchez's arrival at Emirates Stadium from Barcelona in 2014 proved monumental, as his energetic performances and force of personality endeared him to the Arsenal faithful.
Diminutive but powerful, Sanchez led the forward line with distinction, twice winning the FA Cup with the north Londoners and helping them to a second-place league finish in 2015/16.
He also led his nation to two Copa America titles before leaving for Man Utd in 2018.
Venezuela have only produced two Premier League players, but one of them certainly made his mark.
After the Baggies were relegated in 2018, he joined Newcastle on loan and enjoyed his most productive season, returning 11 goals in 32 appearances.
For more information on Hispanic Heritage Month, you can visit the official website.