With a goal from Mateus Uribe, Al-Sadd was crowned champion of the Qatar Cup and will arrive with air to the Colombian National Team

With a goal from Mateus Uribe, Al-Sadd was crowned champion of the Qatar Cup and will arrive with air to the Colombian National Team
With a goal from Mateus Uribe, Al-Sadd was crowned champion of the Qatar Cup and will arrive with air to the Colombian National Team

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Antioquian midfielder Mateus Uribewill arrive with more motivation to the concentration with the Colombian National Team in the run-up to the Copa América, after becoming champion of the Emir Cup of Qatar football with his goal.

The Colombian’s team, Al-sadd, In the end they beat Qatar SC 1-0 with a goal from the coffee grower in the 118th minute in extra time. A kind of vindication on the part of the player that the injuries have not let him be.

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An injury left him sidelined for four months and it was only until a few games ago that he had minutes on the field again. During this Cup final, he knew how to respond and ended up scoring the winning goal.

The Colombian’s joy and excitement after scoring was reflected on his face as he celebrated euphorically with his teammates. Adding to that he recently received a call from Lorenzo, a man who has trusted his game.

Due to that injury to his femoral biceps he could not be against Spain and Romania. Now he will have revenge against the United States and Bolivia, possibly being one of the 26 that will be representing Colombia in the Copa América.

This goal is the Antioqueño’s second with the Qatari team shirt. He had previously scored in the Asian Champions League on December 4, 2023, when they played against Nasaf Qarshi from Uzbekistan. With this victory, Mateus reached 17 titles in his professional career.

Besides, It is the second title with the team after having been crowned early in the League.

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Uribe, 33, has played for teams such as Club Deportivo Español, Envigado, Deportes Tolima, Nacional, América de México and Porto.

 
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