Dayro Moreno wants to be the top scorer in Colombian soccer, he still has two goals left, but he is getting closer and closer to the first place. The goal is clear!
This Sunday, the striker from Tolima, who is now at Once Caldas, scored two goals to give the Manizales team the victory, in the classic against Pereira, at the Hernán Ramírez Villegas stadium.
In addition to being the number of this classic and giving victory to the ‘white white’, Dayro Moreno distanced himself from Hugo Horacio Lóndero, who has 211 goals and with whom he is tied until Sunday.
Today, Dayro is in third place among the top scorers in the history of Colombian football, with 213 goals, and his new goal is to surpass Iván René Valenciano, who has 217 goals.
For his part, to reach Sergio Galván Rey, who holds the record with 224 goals, he needs a few more, but the one from Chicoral, Tolima, has a good gift and has the intention of passing the Argentine striker between 2023 and 2024.
On social networks, Once Caldas fans are happy to have Dayro Moreno in their ranks, and they also ‘celebrate’ that he continues to be the top scorer in the history of Colombian football.
In the current semester of the 2023-II League, the experienced forward already has seven goals, in ten games, fighting again for the ‘Golden Boot’ of the championship.
Top scorers in Colombian football history:
- Sergio Galván Rey (Argentina) – 224 goals
- Iván René Valenciano (Colombia) – 217 goals
- Dayro Moreno (Colombia) – 213 goals
- Hugo Horacio Lóndero (Argentina) – 211 goals
- Oswaldo Palavecino (Argentina) – 204 goals
Dayro Moreno’s statistics for Sunday’s match between Once Caldas and Pereira, where he scored a double for a 2-1 victory at the Hernán Ramírez Villegas stadium: