Clubs: Envigado FC, CA Banfield, FC Porto, AS Monaco FC
• A prolific goalscorer in his homeland of Colombia for Envigado, he was signed by top Argentinian club Banfield in 2008.
• Made his debut for Banfield in February 2009 aged 17 and enjoyed a fabulous first year, ending as a title winner in the Apertura championship.
• Even more prominent in the 2010 Clausura championship and especially in Banfield's Copa Libertadores campaign, during which he scored five goals before ending it with a red card against Brazilian club SC Internacional.
• Left Banfield for Porto in July 2010 and, though he only really broke into the team in December, ended up playing 32 matches in all competitions as the Dragons won the treble.
• Came on as a substitute in the 2011 UEFA Europa League showpiece against SC Braga and four days later scored a hat-trick in the Portuguese Cup final versus Vitória SC (6-2) − rewarded for his progress with a contract extension to 2016.
• Starred in Porto's championship winning seasons of 2011/12 and 2012/13, before moving to promoted Ligue 1 side AS Monaco FC along with team-mate João Moutinho for a combined fee of €70m.
UEFA Europa League: winner 2011
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|14.08.2013||Friendlies 2014-16||First round||Colombia||1-0||Serbia||59||0||0|
|14.11.2013||Friendlies 2014-16||First round||Belgium||0-2||Colombia||79||0||0|
|14.06.2014||FIFA World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Colombia||3-0||Greece||90||1||0|
|19.06.2014||FIFA World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Colombia||2-1||Ivory Coast||90||1||0|
|24.06.2014||FIFA World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Japan||1-4||Colombia||44||1||2|
|28.06.2014||FIFA World Cup||Round of 16||Colombia||2-0||Uruguay||85||2||0|
|04.07.2014||FIFA World Cup||Quarter-finals||Brazil||2-1||Colombia||90||1||0|
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