Two Millonarios players are among the best prospects in world football, who are they?

Alberto Gamero's Millonarios is, without a doubt, the team that is showing the best football in Colombia. However, his game has not been awarded a

Alberto Gamero’s Millonarios is, without a doubt, the team that is showing the best football in Colombia. However, his game has not been awarded a title.

The ambassador with 21 points leads the league and in second place is Santa Fe with 15. On the classic date, the two leaders of the championship will meet at the Nemesio Camacho el Campín at 8:15 pm on September 10.

The Blues are also the ones who have scored the most goals after 9 dates. 16 goals in total with only 5 received for a goal difference of +11.

In the last match, Millonarios beat Cortuluá 4-1 and with that victory won all five First Division games against this rival, conceding only one goal.

In addition, Millonarios is still undefeated in the League this semester after nine games played. 6 wins and three draws. It is the first time in the 21st century that the Bogota team begins a tournament without defeats after the first nine games in the category.

To the good streak, individual recognitions are added. Álvaro Montero was summoned to the goalkeeping microcycle that will be carried out by Professor Néstor Lorenzo at the Sports Headquarters of the Colombian Football Federation in Bogotá.

The work will be led by Alejandro Otamendi, goalkeeper coach from Monday, August 29 to Wednesday, August 31 of the same month.

Together with Kevin Mier from Atlético Nacional, William Cuesta from Deportes Tolima and Juan Valencia from Águilas Doradas.

This Monday, August 29, it was learned that the CIES Soccer Observatory published the 250 prospects born in 2000 or later in 59 leagues around the world and two Millionaires players are part of the prestigious list.

Daniel Ruiz, the 10 of Millionaires, who in this 2022 adds more than 2 thousand minutes played and 6 goals; and Carlos Gómez who with more than a thousand minutes has scored 4 goals, are part of those great promises of world football.

“It is calculated from the average level of the matches in which the players participated according to the experience capital method, the number of official minutes played in the last 365 days and their performance on the field compared to their teammates and opponents, as well as regarding players with the same technical profile according to the role-based approach also recently developed by the research team of the CIES Football Observatory”, says the football observatory to score the players.

Vinícius Júnior leads the 2000 category, in which Daniel Ruiz and Andrés Gómez are, in the 2002 category led by Joško Gvardiol from Leipzig.

Ruiz has a score of 78.2 and is one of the most played with 4,418. Gómez, for his part, of 71.1 with 2,119 seconds disputed. Other outstanding Colombian players are Alexis Manyoma de Cortuluá from 2003 and who has a score of 64.1 and 2864 minutes in the last year, and also Jhon Durán, from that same year with a score of 63.5 and 1711 minutes with the Chicago Fire.

Jude Bellingham, midfielder at Borussia Dortmund leads the 2003 category.