The soccer team of Colombia has been busy adding new haircuts to its lineup this year, with the newest additions featuring the face of Colombian striker Cristian Colman.
Colombia has been in the top division of soccer since it was founded in 1997, and is the second-highest ranked team in South America after Argentina.
The first version of the haircuts featured a black, beige and gold headband, but a new version has been released with the player’s face on it.
Colman is considered one of the best strikers in the world, and he has been instrumental in Colombia’s rise to prominence in the continent.
He scored a hat trick against Uruguay on Thursday, and his team has also secured victories over Argentina, Paraguay and Paraguay in the Copa America.
The new haircut features a new face on the side of the headband that is white and gold, and the back of the top has the words “Bravo Colman” printed on it, which translates to “Congratulations.”
Colman has scored nine goals in 11 matches, and has netted eight goals in seven games since the new haircutter was released, and was also named as the captain of Colombia in their World Cup qualifying match against Brazil on Friday.