Announcement: Colombia fosters amicable ties between Iraq and Germany

The Colombian Football Federation announced on Monday that the national team will play two friendly matches against Iraq and Germany in June.

The Latin Federation said in a statement that the two matches are on the international agenda between June 12 and 20, noting that the Colombian team will once again travel to Europe to face a European team and another team from Asia.

Under the leadership of their Argentine coach Nestor Lorenzo, Tricolor has not lost in the last 6 matches, having won 4 victories over Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay and Japan and two draws each with the American and South Korean teams.

It is planned that Spain will host the first standoff against Iraq on June 16, and then four days later in Gelsenkirchen a second standoff against the Manshafts will take place.

Source: “Wakalat”

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