This Colombia was four games away from becoming the largest undefeated team in its history

This Colombia was four games away from becoming the largest undefeated team in its history
This Colombia was four games away from becoming the largest undefeated team in its history

07:49 PM

In a vibrant debut in the Copa América, the Colombian team won 2-1 against Paraguay, thus consolidating an impressive undefeated streak. With this victory, the Tricolor has extended its undefeated record to 24 games, of which 21 have been under the direction of coach Néstor Lorenzo.

This result not only means a good start in the continental tournament, but also brings Colombia closer to a historic milestone: it is only four games without losing from becoming the Colombian team with the longest unbeaten streak in its history. Currently, the record is in the hands of the legendary team led by Francisco Maturana in 1993-1994, with 27 unbeaten games.

In addition to this notable statistic, Colombia is currently the only undefeated team in the world, a testament to its solidity and consistency on the field of play. This status reinforces the team’s commitment and work to stay at the top and continue making history.

The match against Paraguay demonstrated the Colombian team’s ability to adapt and fight. Despite facing stiff opposition, goals from Crystal Palace players Daniel Muñoz and Jéfferson Lerma were enough to secure victory. These players not only showed their individual talent, but also great cohesion and teamwork.

The direction of Néstor Lorenzo has been crucial in this process. Under his leadership, the team has shown continuous improvement and an ability to cope with different styles of play and adverse situations. His tactical approach and the confidence he has instilled in his players have been key to achieving this unbeaten streak.

Colombia looks forward with optimism and determination. The next matches in the Copa América will be important challenges, but the Tricolor is more than prepared to face them. With history on its horizon and Maturana’s record in sight, the team strives to maintain its performance and continue offering joy to its fans.

The Copa América is just beginning, and Colombia has already taken a firm step on its path. The ambition to reach the final is more alive than ever, and with each match, the team gets a little closer to inscribing its name in the annals of football.

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