Colombian Cracks continued their goalscoring streaks around the world with several spectacular performances. We summarize:

  • The Buffalo, Alfredo Morelos, scored twice for Rangers in their win.
  • In turkey, HugoL Rodallega scored once in Trabzonspor’s loss while Michael Rangel also scored in Kasimpasa’s loss.
  • The “old man”, Juan Camilo Hernandez, scored his first goal in Spain’s liga adelante for Huesca.
  • Juan Cuadrado scored a GOLAZO, selected as our goal of the week in Juventus’ win. You can watch it at the bottom of this post.
  • The Tiger Falcao continued his amazing form as he prepares to play for the national team, scoring two more goals for Monaco in their blowout win over Marseille.
  • Aviles Hurtado continues scoring in Liga MX, one more this weekend in Monterrey’s draw.
  • Julian Quiñones continues as the leading scorer in Liga MX; scoring once again in Lobos de BUAP’s loss.
  • Felix Micolta scored for Puebla while Fernando Uribe scored for Toluca In Toluca’s victory over Puebla.
  • In MLS, Fredy Montero scored a goal in the victory of the Vancouver Whitecaps against his old team.

In the English Premier league we had Davinson Sanchez debut for Tottenham while Jose Izquierdo also debuted for Brighton Hove & Albion. Both teams would draw their respective matches in our cracks debuts.

And in la liga, Jeison Murillo also debuted for Valencia in their draw against Real Madrid.

Our attention now turns to the national team and their two matches for world cup qualifying on their road to Russia. We begin this Thursday away against Venezuela followed by a home match against none other than Brazil next Tuesday. Click here to see the Colombian Cracks called up to the senior squad for these important matches.


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