This was the amazing Chilean goal scored by Yimmi Chará in MLS

A new result of the highest caliber occurred in MLS football. The protagonist on this occasion was a Colombian who actually managed to score a goal last weekend and this time repeated an acrobatic stunt that, without a doubt, surprised all his team’s followers.

Colombian protagonist Yemi Chara, who faced Los Angeles FC with the Portland Timbers, was Colombian “Chichou” Arango.

Both teams tied 1-1 in the final score, but what Chará did in the 18th minute was a true masterpiece overrun.

At the California Stadium, the coffee winger took advantage of the lack of interest on the part of the home team’s defense, as well as the rebound the Colombian needed to hit the ball with his back into the goal and pass the Los Angeles goalkeeper. . Thus, he managed to score what would be the first goal of the match, which was a transitional advantage for his team.

This result is comparable to that developed days before in the game against New England, where he waited in a very similar way for the right moment to close the ball with a bicycle kick and beat his opponent, qualifying the championship net for the aforementioned goal, as last week’s goal.

Two goals in two matches put the Colombian in an exceptional moment, which determines him as a candidate to be called up to the national team, who risks his life in his last confrontations in the South American qualifiers, with the idea of ​​qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Chara breaks the silence of the Colombian team

After falls against Peru and Argentina that left Tricolor with one foot from the World Cup, a version of an alleged clash between Radamel Falcao Garcia and James Rodriguez has emerged.

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Journalist Esteban Jaramillo said at the time: “James Rodriguez’s lack of control, scolded the fans for the penalty with a whistle when he backfired the crowd’s confidence and football crumbs, and had an unfortunate side effect.”

These words of the interlocutor caused an uproar in the country, and exacerbated the crisis of the national team. However, both players denied this version and even joked at He lives What they did on their Instagram accounts.

After weeks of this controversy, Falcao broached the topic again in an interview with journalist Alex Kandel. The current striker of Spanish club Rayo Vallecano described these versions as “dirty and low”.

“We are not disavowing responsibility, there is no need for that dirty game. There are two important matches left and when the qualifiers are over we will do the analyses. The focus on players’ stories seems too low and sloppy to me.” He reassured the “tiger” on February 22.

However, these two players involved came out for face and negation; The other tricolor players also offered their point of view and agreed that such a battle had never existed.

The last to reaffirm this version was striker Yimmi Chará, a player who participated in these two matches in which Colombia lost. The soccer player, who plays for MLS in the United States, revealed more details of the three-color dressing room after the defeat.

Colombia national team Yemi Chara Photo: FCF

“We had a great match against Peru. In the dressing room there was complete silence after the final whistle, we were hurt a lot by what happened on the field. We don’t share what fans have done,” he said at the start of a conversation with him DirecTV Sports.

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“Never, in the dressing room of the national team it is difficult to see hostilities, there are moments of tension, but you always speak with respect. This will not change,” the player added.

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