The Millonarios striker scored both goals for the 2-0 victory against Santa Fe. 

The Millonarios striker scored both goals for the 2-0 victory against Santa Fe. 

Carlos Andrés Gómez was a headache for the defense of Santa Feand a halo of joy for the fans of Millionaires, who enjoyed his speed and his new ability to finish.

Gómez, born in Quibdó and about to turn 20, scored both goals in the classic; the first, with a remarkable definition, and the second, taking advantage of a counterattack after a pitch from José Abad Cuenú.

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The attacker thus analyzed what happened in the duel against Santa Fe, in statements to Win Sports +:

Carlos Gómez's vision after winning the classic

The value of victory. “First of all I want to thank God, we did things in the best way. I know it's very nice to see these fans who support us at all times, I want to dedicate the victory to them, they deserve it”.

The Millonarios striker scored both goals for the 2-0 victory against Santa Fe. 

The classic challenge. “We knew it was a difficult game, a team that plays football very well, they told me it was going to be a counterattack game and thanks to that I scored both goals.”

progress in definition. “It is a job that my classmates have been doing for me, who have taken me like a son, the teachers, Arnoldo, Professor Gamero, who have been working for me and have been working for me day by day”.

The colleague who has supported him the most. “Everyone, because everyone has welcomed me, they have been teaching me every day. I want to take the opportunity to dedicate this victory to the fans, what I am experiencing at the moment is very beautiful.”

The support of the fans . “It's as if they were one more player, because of the support they give us, it's as if we had one more player on the pitch.”

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