RESTREPO NOTCHES FIRST PRO WIN
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GENERIC USER - Thursday, March 31, 2011
America de Cali goalkeeper Diego Restrepo earned his first professional win in a victory over Pasto on Wednesday in the Copa Postobon otherwise known as the Copa Colombia.

The competition consists of the clubs in Colombia's DIMAYOR spanning both the Primera A and Primera B divisions.

The former Virginia Cavalier made four critical saves in the 2-1 win and continues to receive praise from the coaching staff at America.

Restrepo has consistently made the starting 18 for all Colombian league matches and is expected to be on the bench in the Cali derby on Saturday when America duels with Deportivo.

America are currently 12th in the league standings with 10 points.
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