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Carlos Bacca expressed his desire to return to the Colombian National Team

Charles Bacca He returned to Colombian football in style. The striker born in Puerto Colombia debuted with the ‘Tiburón’ cast in the 2-0 victory against Santa Fe and it was only enough for him to play the last 20 minutes to demonstrate all his quality and influence in a team that has all its hopes pinned on him.

Now, the next rival for Junior and Bacca will be Nacional, but this time for the BetPlay Cup. In this regard, the samarian striker appeared before the media at a press conference and in response to the question of whether he would like to return to the Colombia selectionthe attacker did not hesitate a minute to answer sharply.

“I include myself in not qualifying for the World Cup because I am still an active footballer and I prepare myself with the mentality of a National Team footballer until the day I retire. In every game I have the illusion of being the best, of helping the team but always thinking about the National Team. I want to contribute my experience. That the DT is in the stadiums fills you with joy “he expressed.

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In addition, he reiterated his commitment to the ‘tricolor’ and referred to the arrival of Néstor Lorenzo, as the new coach of Colombia replacing Reinaldo Ruedawho left for not being able to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

“I have the illusion of being the best in every game, of helping my team, but thinking about the National Team. I know Nestor, he is someone who likes to be close, who is there, who watches soccer, who breathes soccer 24 hours a day”.

Finally, supported the process that begins the Argentine DT and trusts that Colombia can be in the next orbital appointment in 2026:

“It is good that he reaches the National Team because he is capable, he showed it in the team he was with. Hopefully with God’s help we can return to the World Cup, because we know it’s not easy, because four teams and a fifth go to the playoffs and as we saw, they don’t always go to the World Cup “he opined.

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