The Cacique striker recalled the game against Universidad de Concepción. Here we tell you:
Cristián Zavala has openly acknowledged that he has always been a fan of Colo Colo and that his dream was to play for the institution, which is currently being fulfilled and with a great present.
The Cacique striker has taken center stage in recent games in the absence of Pablo Solari. He scored his first goal and changed the Superclásico a lot with his entry.
In a conversation with Blizsport, the former Deportes Melipilla told how he experienced the Colo Colo match against Universidad de Concepción for the promotion. Like one more fan and suffering from minute one.
“I suffered the game for permanence, too much, it was another hueá. I was in Coquimbo and that year we had descended with Coquimbo so it was like ‘fucka la hueá, with Colo Colo it was worse,’ he said.
To finish, he said that he saw the meeting with his father, also from Colocolino, and recalled that it was a moment to be forgotten. “We had a very bad time at home, with my dad we had a bad time,” he sentenced.