Colombia National Team: How do the 26 players summoned by Lorenzo arrive?

The Colombia selection is already mostly concentrated in New York, United States, for the friendly matches against Guatemala and Mexico on September 24 and 27. This is the first meeting of the coach Nestor Lorenzo with the players, who have gradually arrived at the headquarters; the last to do so will be Frank Fabra, who has a match with Boca Juniors on Monday night.

This is how the 26 summoned for friendly duels arrive


David Ospina: After his transfer to Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia, he has played the team’s four official matches in the league for a total of 360 minutes and two games without conceding a goal.

Alvaro Montero: He did not play during the weekend. He is one of the key pieces of Millonarios, being a starter in the team’s 15 games in the semester, in addition to having 6 clean sheets

Camilo Vargas: He arrives at the Colombian National Team after playing all 14 games for Atlas in the season, for a total of 1,176 minutes and 2 unbeaten fences.


Charles Cost: He played all 90 minutes in Genk’s victory against Gent. He has played 9 games (807 minutes) in Belgium in the season

Daniel Munoz: He was 90 minutes in Genk’s victory. Add 810 minutes (9 games) in the season

Davinson Sanchez: Started in Tottenham’s 6-2 win against Leicester, then came on in the 59th minute. Has played 4 games (329 minutes) so far this season

John Lucumi: He played the entire match in his team, Bologna, losing 0–1 to Empoli. During the season he has played 720 minutes, of which 450 (5 games) have been with the Italian team and 270 minutes (3 commitments) were with Genk

Johan Mojica: He entered the 82nd minute in Villarreal’s draw with Sevilla. He accumulates 477 minutes in the season: 207 in 4 games with the Yellow Submarine and 270 in 3 games with Elche

Stephan Medina: The last time he had minutes (90′) was on September 9 against Juárez, in which he ended up suspended for yellow cards. He has played 14 games (1236 minutes) with Monterrey in the season.

Andres Llinas: He had no action in the last weekend. He has played 14 games with Millonarios in the campaign (1,260 minutes).

Frank Fabre: He will play this Monday with Boca Juniors against Huracán. In the rest of the season he adds 1,830 minutes in 20 games.


Wilmar Barrios: 981 minutes in 11 games, he has contributed two assists in the last two games and in the most recent one for Zenit he was chosen as the best player.

Jefferson Lerma: He played the 90 minutes in the 1-1 draw against Newcastle, committing the penalty that ended in the rival’s draw. He accumulates 630 minutes in 7 games

Matheus Uribe: He played the 90 minutes in the 1-1 draw against Estoril. He has 833 minutes in 10 games and two penalty goals.

Jorge Carrascal: He played the 90 minutes in the defeat of CSKA Moscow. He has 814 minutes in 11 games during the season, in addition to 5 goals and 1 assist.

James Rodriguez: He played 70 minutes on his debut for Greece’s Olympiacos, adding to the 21 minutes he had had with Al-Rayyan during the season, as he had not played for six months.

Steven Alzate: He has not played with his new team, Belgium’s Standard Liege. The last time he had minutes (90′) was on August 24, the day he also scored a goal for Brighton, this being his only game of the season.

Yasser Asprilla: He was 90 minutes in Watford’s tie. He has played 9 games, of which he has started 6, for a total of 544 minutes.

Yairo Moreno: He arrives after scoring a goal with León de México, after entering the 73rd minute against Querérato. He accumulates 16 games (803 minutes), two goals and one assist in the campaign.

John William Square: He did not play in the last game of Juventus due to expulsion. During the season he has played 8 games (555 minutes).


Jhon Jader Duran: The 18-year-old scored in the defeat of his team -Chicago Fire- against Charlotte in the MLS, received a yellow card and was substituted at 72. He has played 26 games (1,262 minutes), in addition to contributing 6 goals and 3 assists.

Louis Diaz: Liverpool had no action over the weekend. He is one of the standouts in his team’s poor start; he has played 9 games (798 minutes) and has scored 3 goals in the season.

Louis Sinister: He also had no action for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. In the season, he has played 6 games (242 minutes) and has scored 3 goals for Leeds United

Oscar Estupinan: He played 82 minutes in Hull City’s last game. He is the top scorer in the English second division with 7 goals and has played a total of 11 games (813 minutes) and has given an assist.

Radamel Falcao Garcia: He entered the 79th minute and in the 80th he scored against Athletic Club in the defeat of Rayo Vallecano, this being his first goal of the season. He has played 6 games (163 minutes) and only one as a starter.

Rafael Santos Borre: He entered in the 68th minute in the last game of Eintracht Frankfurt. He has played 11 matches (445 minutes) and has scored one goal.

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