On an almost round night, it was Colombia Choice Closing the gap in goal difference, he defeated Peru 0-3 decisively and entered the battle in a draw.
Perhaps the team’s only low point, in a victory that comforts and raises the morale of the team and fans, was an expulsion Daniel Muñoz What made artwork Rinaldo Rueda, When you’re 10 to 10 years old, take some precautions.
Muñoz entered in the 56th minute for Stefan Medina and three minutes later, referee Wilton Sampaio showed him the red card after a powerful shot at Marcos Lopez.
Muñoz’s red card is the fastest for a starting player for the Colombian national team. But also, according to the Spanish statistician 2010MisterChip, It is the fastest red card alternative in playoff history.
Historic record – Daniel Muñoz’s red card (2 minutes) is the fastest by a substitute in the history of the South American Qualifiers. He surpassed the record set by Paraguay Aristo Coleman (dismissed after 3 minutes in Brazil in 1977).
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He is also the fifth player in the national team to see a red card in his first match with the national team. the first was Gabriel Hernandez, On February 4, 1969 in a friendly match against Mexico.
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The others who first appeared against expulsion were Alonso “Bosillo” Lopez (October 15, 1976 vs Uruguay), Alexander Lemos لي (February 9, 1999, against Germany) and Robinson Zapata (July 3, 2007, v. United States).
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