The Uruguayan striker, Rodrigo Mora had a short step in University of Chile in 2014, in which the outstanding attacker did not have a good season with the “Blues” during his short stay.
His only big mark was the beautiful goal he scored in the preliminary round of the Copa Libertadores that season in which ‘Charrúa’ scored a Chilean goal against Paraguayan Guarani which was the narrowest victory for the USA.
The attacker then returned to River Plate, where he continued his activity until September 1st In the 2019 season he made an important decision that ended his career.
His serious hip injury led him to make this decision, which saw him play his farewell game with the Argentine team that same year, where he started his most successful cycle as a player.
Four years later, Mora decided to take off his football boots and return to professional football. in which in the last hours it was officially announced in a new team in Argentina.
The striker was introduced as a new player for Alas Argentinas de Bariloche in which the Ameteur regional tournament of Argentine football is held.
At 35, Rodrigo Mora hopes to shine again in Argentina, a football in which he undoubtedly gave his best performance as a defender of the River Plate jersey.
How many goals has Rodrigo Mora scored wearing the Universidad de Chile jersey?
The striker only scored one goal in a Universidad de Chile jersey, against Paraguay’s Guaraní in the Copa Libertadores.