In his career in Colombian football, Rafael Santos Borré faced only once Athletic Junior. It was in 2015 with Deportivo Cali for the tournament of the first semester of which he was champion with Fernando “Pecoso” Castro. This Wednesday awaits you with River plate for CONEMBOL Libertadores.
His time in the lower ranks of the Barranquilla team was brief, as well as the record of games he has against him. During the four seasons and 46 games he played in the local league, he has only one. He did so in the 2015-1 campaign, the best he had in the country, with the ninth title for Deportivo Cali.
Borré started on March 13 in a 3-2 victory at Palmaseca. He had options to score but went blank and was sent off for a double yellow in the 91st minute. The goals were the work of Harold Preciado (2) and Miguel Murillo.
In this tournament he made eight touchdowns and finished sixth in the gunners table. He was champion in one of the youngest teams in the history of the Verdiblancos. He shared the headline with Helibelton Palacios, Germán Mera, Frank Fabra and Yerson Candelo.
On Wednesday, April 28, he will start with River Plate at the Monumental for the second date of Group D of Conmebol Libertadores. For the Cup he has 13 annotations in Marcelo Gallardo’s cycle.
In the previous match against Fluminense at Maracana, they gave him the maximum penalty with which the Argentine team opened the account in a 1-1 draw.