Liverpool Luis Diaz's sends six-word message to Luis Sinisterra after his brilliant cameo for Colombia
However, Marsch will be very pleased with Luis Sinisterra’s performance for Colombia on Wednesday.
Sinisterra came off the bench for Los Cafeteros, and scored a brace within seven minutes of coming off the bench.
International teammate Luis Diaz sent Sinisterra a message after the match, congratulating the 23-year-old.
Sinisterra had only scored one international goal before his cameo against Mexico.
However, the new Leeds signing has now surely secured another call-up in November, even though Colombia won’t be going to the World Cup.
Diaz sends Sinisterra message
Sinisterra posted on Instagram after the match with the caption: “Great reaction from the whole team to come back from a difficult match.
“Grateful to God for being a part of this process.”
Diaz then sent a six-word message to Sinisterra, replying: “Come on my brother, keep going.”
It’s very likely that Diaz and Sinisterra could be the future of Colombian football.
Sinisterra was brought on against Mexico for 36-year-old Radamel Falcao.
His days playing for the national team are likely to be numbered, and Diaz and Sinisterra will have to pick up the mantle.
Marsch is confident that Sinisterra is going to ‘emerge as a big player’ for Leeds this season.
The 23-year-old picked up an unfortunate injury in pre-season, but hit the ground running before the international break.
Leeds haven’t won in their last three games after a strong start to the campaign.
They visit Crystal Palace on Sunday hoping to return to winning ways.
Marsch will be hoping that Sinisterra can carry that brilliant performance for Colombia into the Premier League.
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