Significant drop in Colombia Sub 20 Selection! The technical director Héctor Cárdenas will not be able to count on the creation midfielder Daniel Andrés Luna for the first game of the South American final hexagonal in which the national team will face Uruguay at the Nemesio Camacho El Campín stadium in Bogotá.
The Deportivo Cali player, who will continue his career at Mallorca in Spain, has a muscle injury that will prevent him from being involved. The news was confirmed by the coach of the Tricolor in the last practice at the Sports Headquarters of the Colombian Football Federation. The coaching staff hopes to count on him for Friday’s match against Paraguay.
“Daniel has evolved satisfactorily day by day, all the work that has been done in the medical area is important to be able to recover as soon as possible, We consider that the most pertinent thing is that his return be postponed for the next match, here we are going to prioritize the health of the athlete and that he is one hundred percent so that he can compete”, Héctor Cárdenas assured at the press conference.
Daniel Luna played all the games of the first phase. The player was the starter in all four games and even scored the first goal for the Colombian National Team in the match against Paraguay. Against Argentina he had to leave the field of play due to the injury that will take him away from this commitment.
The match between the Uruguayan National Team and the Colombian National Team, valid for the first day of the final hexagonal of the South American Sub 20, will be held this Tuesday, January 31 at 8:00 pm at the Nemesio Camacho El Campín stadiumwhere Brazil and Ecuador will face each other first thing in the morning.