What did Juan Fernando Quintero do in the World Cup?

October 7, 2019 Off By idswater

What did Juan Fernando Quintero do in the World Cup?

Quintero played an entertaining opening match performance of the U-20 FIFA World Cup that was held in Turkey. He made impressive shots with his free kicks as well as creating impressive chances. He set up Colombia’s goal in the 78th minute where the game ended 1–1.

How often does Juan Fernando Quintero come on the bench?

After a long period of matches spent solely on the bench, or coming on as a late substitute during Paulo Fonseca’s time as manager, averaging around 20 minutes per game in the league, Quintero found his way back into the team under new manager Luís Castro.

When did Juan Fernando Quintero join Porto from Pescara?

Quintero joined Porto from Pescara for €5 million, with the Italian club retaining 50% of the economic rights. Quintero signed a four-year contract with a release clause of €40 million. Quintero made his first full debut appearance in the 2013 Emirates Cup against Napoli.

When did Juan Fernando Quintero sign for Rennes?

Quintero scored his first goal of the season against F.C. Arouca from long distance, Porto ended up winning 0-5. On 16 December 2014, Porto purchased the remaining 50% economic rights of Quintero from Pescara for €4.5 million, giving them complete ownership of him. Quintero signed a one-season length loan with Ligue 1 side Rennes.

Quintero played an entertaining opening match performance of the U-20 FIFA World Cup that was held in Turkey. He made impressive shots with his free kicks as well as creating impressive chances. He set up Colombia’s goal in the 78th minute where the game ended 1–1.

What kind of football does Juan Fernando Paniagua play?

Juan Fernando Quintero Paniagua (born 18 January 1993) is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Chinese Super League club Shenzhen F.C. and the Colombia national team . He has been mentioned among the more coveted young players in European football by The Times of London.

After a long period of matches spent solely on the bench, or coming on as a late substitute during Paulo Fonseca’s time as manager, averaging around 20 minutes per game in the league, Quintero found his way back into the team under new manager Luís Castro.

Quintero joined Porto from Pescara for €5 million, with the Italian club retaining 50% of the economic rights. Quintero signed a four-year contract with a release clause of €40 million. Quintero made his first full debut appearance in the 2013 Emirates Cup against Napoli.