The Colombian National Team will face Argentina for the semifinals of the Copa América with a starting eleven in which the return of Juan Guillermo Cuadrado and the offensive duo that Duván Zapata-Rafael Borré stands out.
It will be the eighth different formation that Reinaldo Rueda presents in his eight games in command of the selected team: two for Qualifying and six for the Copa América.
The Selection will recover its leader. He will have it against the Argentines with new legs and that ascendancy on the squad that invites you to dream. A return that also facilitates your obligation to be more daring to attack.
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– Colombia Selection (@FCFSeleccionCol) July 6, 2021
With Cuadrado the 4-4-2 has a more offensive profile. Win in depth, inside game, centers as alternatives of danger to the area and a voice with authority to understand the times of the game. He already gave a preview of what he can contribute in the accompaniment with Daniel Muñoz on the right wing.
“We try to improve. We have not been playing together much like I did with Medina or Arias. I must help him in the mark and when he comes out, throw myself in the middle to be able to surprise. Hopefully in the game we can give the possibility of making a play like that “, he expressed.
Another advantage of having it is that Rafael Borré will play near the area. A clamor that lined up behind his commitment to play back with other functions. More like overalls football than goal football.
The now-Eintracht Frankfurt player deserves the opportunity to back main striker Duván Zapata closer. Going out to the sides to force his markers to cover him or disturbing the centrals.
The rest of the training is clear. David Ospina on goal; defensive four line with Daniel Muñoz, Yerry Mina, Davinson Sánchez, Willam Tesillo and the midfield with Wilmar Barrios, Gustavo Cuéllar and Luis Díaz.