Cristian Colmán

Cristian Colmán
Cristian Colmán
Cristian Colmán
Forward
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Real Name: Cristian Colmán
HT: 6' 0" WT: 174
Pronunciation: Coal-MAAN
International
Disabled List
Age: 25 (02/26/1994)
Birthplace: San Cosme y Damián, Paraguay
Hometown: San Cosme y Damián, Paraguay

Acquired

FC Dallas signs forward Cristian Colmán as a Young Designated Player on Jan. 10, 2017.

Professional

2018: Appeared in 15 MLS games (6 starts), one CONCACAF Champions League game and one U.S. Open Cup game…Scored three goals in all competitions…Scored his first goal of the season on April 7 vs. Colorado Rapids…Had a game-high 74 touches on April 14 vs. New England...Scored his second goal of the season on May 30 vs. Los Angeles Galaxy...Led the team in total aerial duels with 21 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps on Sept. 23…Competed in 21 aerial duels vs. Portland Timbers on Sept. 29, winning 61.9% of them…2017:Appeared in 26 regular season games, four CONCACAF Champions League games, and three U.S. Open Cup games… Scored the opening goal and his first of the season in the 4-0 win in the first leg of the CCL quarterfinals against Arabe Unido... Scored in the 3-1 loss to Liga MX Pachuca CF in second leg of the CCL semifinals… Notched his first assist of the season and FCD’s 1000th assist vs. Chicago Fire on May 25… Scored his first MLS brace in the 2-1 win vs. Montreal on July 22… Earned Team of the Week honors for Week 20 following his two goals against Montreal… Recorded 959 minutes played in his 26 appearances…2014: Scored his first Colmán began his professional career with Club Atlético on Feb. 3, 2014… found the back of the net 13 times in nearly 3,000 minutes with the club… transferred to Nacional Asunción following the 2014 season with Club Atlético and scored 18 goals in 65 appearances.

International

Colmán made three appearances for Paraguay’s Under-23 National Team at the 2015 Pan American Games…Received first senior call-up for Paraguay National Team in Oct. 2018.

Personal

Colman last played for the Paraguayan squad Nacional... He has been to Argentina, Brazil and Mexico… He loves to eat pasta… He has three brothers… He tries to learn as much English during his free time.


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2019FC Dallas00000000000
2018FC Dallas15626060211110801
2017FC Dallas261029591401514610
Career Totals-41164156516126241411
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