The Chilean soccer Superclásico takes over this week’s agenda and Colo Colo will seek to extend the positive streak he has against Universidad de Chile, a club with which has not lost for eight years.
The last defeat of the Eternal Champion against the classic rival was the May 5, 2013 where in the National Stadium, the Blues won agonizingly 3-2.
After that commitment, Colo Colo began his streak without losing in the 16-game Superclásicos where 11 were wins and five draws, achieving memorable triumphs and others in an agonizing and epic way as when, for example, Esteban Paredes reached his 216th goal in Chilean soccer in a 3-2 victory thanks to Julio Barroso’s goal in 2019.
Another triumph remembered is that of 2013 at the Monumental with a goal from Felipe Flores celebrating in the best style of Marcelo Espina with the pennant circling the field.
A winning streak that extends in the history between both casts. In total, 189 games have been played where Colo Colo won 86 times, while U did so in 48. They tied 55 games.
This Sunday another edition of the most important game in Chilean football will be experienced, now in a completely different setting from the usual one, since the U is playing home at the El Teniente de Rancagua stadium due to the repairs that are carried out at the Nacional.
The Superclásicos after the Cacique’s last defeat
- 2013: Colo Colo 3 – U. de Chile 2
- 2014: U. de Chile 0 – Colo Colo 1
- 2014: Colo Colo 2 – U. de Chile 0
- 2015: U. de Chile 1 – Colo Colo 2
- 2015: Colo Colo 2 – U. de Chile 0
- 2016: U. de Chile 0 – Colo Colo 0
- 2016: Colo Colo 2 – U. de Chile 0
- 2017: U. de Chile 2 – Colo Colo 2
- 2017: Colo Colo 4 – U. de Chile 1
- 2018: U. de Chile 1 – Colo Colo 3
- 2018: Colo Colo 1 – U. de Chile 0
- 2019: U. de Chile 1 – Colo Colo 1
- 2019: Colo Colo 3 – U. de Chile 2
- 2020: U. de Chile 1 – Colo Colo 1
- 2021: Colo Colo 0 – U. de Chile 0
- 2021: Colo Colo 1- U. de Chile 0