The peasant stole the 'show' in the 9-0 win over Bournemouth. Colombian football feels it.

The peasant stole the 'show' in the 9-0 win over Bournemouth. Colombian football feels it.

Luis Díaz smiled again with Liverpool in the Premier League.

The striker from Guajiro opened and closed the 9-0 win over AFC Bournemouth, in matchday four. Thus, he scored his first brace in the English First Division.

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Díaz was once again a sensation this Saturday at Anfield, as he was one of the protagonists of the ‘reds’ first victory this season in the Premier.

In addition, he showed a rarely seen facet: an accurate header, since his two goals came through the air.

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'Luis Díaz beat James Rodríguez'

The peasant stole the 'show' in the 9-0 win over Bournemouth. Colombian soccer feels it.

In addition to his double, Luis Díaz surpassed James Rodríguez and is now in fifth place of Colombian scorers in the Premier League, with six goals.

The table of Colombian scorers in England is headed by Juan Pablo Ángel, who has 44 goals with Aston Villa; Hamilton Ricard (Middlesbrough) follows with 31 touchdowns; while Hugo Rodallega closes the 'top-3' in the Premier, with 29 goals (Fulham and Wigan).

Luis Díaz is in fifth place with six goals, but the Colombian from Liverpool is now fourth place, which is held by Faustino Asprilla, who scored 9 goals at Newcastle United.

In terms of doubles in the Premier, Díaz, James, 'Cucho' Hernández, Ángel and Yerri Mina have been the Colombians to achieve it.

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