Yerry Mina was at it again at the World Cup on Tuesday as he netted his third goal of the tournament against England in the last 16.
Colombia looked to be heading out of the competition after going behind to Harry Kane’s penalty but Mina intervened in stoppage time to force extra-time.
The Barcelona defender once again leapt highest at a corner and managed to find the back of the net.
Three headed goals at a World Cup for a defender is a pretty rare phenomenon, as shown by Opta.
1 - Yerry Mina is the first defender to score three headed goals at a single World Cup tournament since at least 1966. Hero. #COL #ENG #COLENG #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/BD6sFwHjv1— OptaJose (@OptaJose) July 3, 2018
Mina had a great game for Colombia but he could not do quite enough as the Three Lions prevailed on penalties.