The former Universidad Católica striker did not give up against the top scorer in Chilean football and showed his statistics against the opponent’s goal.
One of the most important players of the 21st century in Chilean football was undoubtedly Esteban Paredes. Formed in Santiago morning The “blessed of the region” also wore T-shirts Sport Puerto Montt, University of Concepción, Cobreloa, Kingdom of Coquimbo and actually Kingdom of San Antonio. However, it was with the sign from Colo-Colo who managed to shine in national football.
The Cerro Navia native became a national figure during his time at the Monumental Stadium, breaking all scoring records set before him. In fact, as a representative of the Cacique, he became the top scorer in the local league, which is why his name was engraved in gold letters in the history of Creole football.
With all this background on the table, there was a former footballer who dared to compare himself to the “Tank”. It turns out that it is the sixth episode of the fourth season of the show “Taste of Destination” was the guest of honor Tudor wound who addressed several topics under which he dared to be equal to the white idol.
According to the former ESPN and Radio ADN panelist, his records are superior to those of the 43-year-old attacker. “Esteban Paredes scored a goal every 144 minutes, I scored a goal every 121 minutes”, he emphasized in the television room. Nevertheless, he also emphasized the big difference between the two. “I can’t compare myself by games because I played less“ I retired at 28,” he added.
Afterwards, the inactive athlete with Croatian roots reflected on his stay at Popular, expressed strong self-criticism and made it clear that he had decided to give up his career there. “In Colo-Colo I was a disaster I got injured in training and I almost didn’t play at all. I understand the nonsense. The first six months weren’t too bad, but then I started hurting myself a lot. After that I decided to retire“, hill.
A catastrophic difference
Yes OK Tudor wound He still holds the record of being the only Chilean footballer to score seven goals in a game. Very few people remember his stay in Pedrero. And after leaving the Universidad Católica in his second step, Signed for Eternal Champion in 1997 where he contested 19 parties in which has no targets registered. For this reason, he would say goodbye to the activity at the end of this campaign.
The records in turn from Esteban Paredes In Colo-Colo They are gigantic. The all-time goalscorer registered two passes for the biggest team in the country 198 as many in more than 300 parties With the white jacket, he became the institution’s third historic goalscorer. Furthermore, he has increased eight titles Overall, their comparison, at least in Macul, is completely fuzzy.