Since his debut with Atlético Nacional in 2012, Colombian striker Jefferson Duque has been in charge of engraving his name in the history of the Antioquia organization based on goals and after his most recent score against Deportivo Cali in a game corresponding to the BetPlay Cup, was placed in a privileged position within the purslane scorers table.
He scored his 81st goal with the green and white box (185 of his career), taking a total of 180 games to do so. With this, he reached the sixth historical position in the scorers’ table of Nacional, equating himself with the Argentine Hugo Horacio Lóndero, who is remembered in the Medellin club for his role as a scorer between 1973 and 1976.
In this way, he is only three goals away from entering the top 5, a place currently occupied by Oswaldo Marcial Palavecino with 84 annotations. The list is complemented by Gustavo Santa (99), Turrón Álvarez (99), John Jairo Tréllez (131) and Víctor Hugo Aristizábal (206).
Duque was responsible for ensuring Nacional’s passage to the cup final and They will collide with Deportivo Pereira on November 10 in the first leg to be played at the Atanasio Girardot Stadium.
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