Name, Mina Gonzalez. Vorname, Yerry Fernando. Geboren am, (26). Position, Abwehr. Größe, cm. Gewicht, 94 kg. Nation, Kolumbien. Heute kennt ihn in Kolumbien jeder, nicht nur in Guachene. Yerry Mina, 23 Jahre alt, ist der erste kolumbianische Profi in Diensten des. Yerry Fernando Mina González - Everton FC, FC Barcelona, Palmeiras, Santa Fe, Deportivo Pasto. Superliga de Colombia, Kolumbien, 2, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0.
Yerry MinaIn Barcelona konnte sich der fast zwei Meter große Abwehrmann nicht durchsetzen. Bei der WM ist Yerry Mina aber Kolumbiens bester Schütze. –, Kolumbien, 15 (6). 1 Angegeben sind nur Ligaspiele. Stand: März 2 Stand: 3. Juli Yerry Fernando Mina González (* September in Guachené, Cauca) ist ein. Yerry Mina, aktuelle News & Gerüchte, Spielerprofil, Statistiken, Karriere- und Transferinformationen über den Abwehrspieler: Everton FC / Kolumbien.
Mina Kolumbien Kolumbien Vs England Weltmeisterschaft VideoColombia v England - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ - Match 56 Yerry Fernando Mina González ist ein kolumbianischer Fußballspieler, der seit August beim FC Everton unter Vertrag steht. Yerry Mina, 26, aus Kolumbien ➤ FC Everton, seit ➤ Innenverteidiger ➤ Marktwert: 20,00 Mio. € ➤ * in Guachené, Kolumbien. –, Kolumbien, 15 (6). 1 Angegeben sind nur Ligaspiele. Stand: März 2 Stand: 3. Juli Yerry Fernando Mina González (* September in Guachené, Cauca) ist ein. Name, Mina Gonzalez. Vorname, Yerry Fernando. Geboren am, (26). Position, Abwehr. Größe, cm. Gewicht, 94 kg. Nation, Kolumbien.
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The VAR man should have called the ref over to have a look and let the referee make the correct call, which is a red card for violent conduct.
I t is not a penalty kick because the ball is dead so the restart is a freekick. G areth Southgate gestured: "headbutt" at the officials.
Gary Neville: "That coach is a numpty for doing that. N ot a great half of football, you have to say, but it had its interests.
England had the better of it. They had that Ashley Young freekick on target and Harry Kane headed onto the roof of the net.
Colombia have some very impressive defenders, Mina has got through a shift. Hope Dele Alli is okay to continue. There's been a lot of shoving and pushing.
One moment will get most of the analysis: an apparent butt on Jordan Henderson. H alf time is being delayed, and I am afraid it is bad news for England fans: Dele Alli is coming off the pitch.
Not yet clear if he will be subbed off. England down to ten while they wait for half-time. E ngland with a useful cross, it drops for Lingard, whose shot over is lacking in technique and direction.
A good move from Colombia. Falaco who IS in fact playing this match despite what you might think and Arrias tee it up for Qunitero who hits the target, but tamely.
F irst signs of frustration? Harry Kane has hit one from long range, well wide. Meanwhile, Sterling and Mina are having a wrestling match - something of a mismatch on size.
The Colombian goes down. Bit theatrically, I thought. Lots of gesticulating and carrying-on from both players.
D anny Murphy: "It has to be a penalty and a red card. That is ridiculous. What is the point having VAR if someone headbutts someone in the face and not get sent off?
You can't headbutt someone and not get a red card. That is ludicrous. E ventually Trippier takes the freekick, and whips it wide.
Near enough to produce an "Oooooooeeeee" in the office Paul Hawyard : "Good movement and intent from England but everything currently breaking down on the edge of the final third, where Yerry Mina is mightily impressive for Colombia.
Q uite a lot of shoving and nastiness in the box. Barrios has butted Henderson in the chest and then under the chin and that has hurt Henderson.
Henderson goes down. T here is a delay. I think VAR is checking this E ngland playing with the sort of patience we tend not to see from them.
Slow build up. Kane drives towards the box. A quiet spell. England now able to play it out from the back.
Kane points to where he wants the ball, Henderson tries to find him but just overhits the pass a tiny bit.
C uadrado and Maguire shoulder barge each other, and then there's a bit of afters. Game could do with some argy bargy, perhaps. Falcao with some nice back-to-goal play, feeds Quintero, who should have done a lot better with the shot.
S terling and D Sanchez are having a battle royale down that England right. Sterling has got away from him here and manages to shoot, but into a wall of Colombians.
England on top, but only really that Ashley Young freekick and the Kane near-impossible header in the 'chances' column. Colombia: none at all.
T rippier bundles Falcao over and gives him a very gentle shoeing, probably accidentally, as he falls. There's a bit of ill feeling.
S terling, to Alli, who tries a cool little flick pass but finds no way through. C arlos Sanchez fouls D Alli. Carlos Sanchez is the guy who was sent off earlier in the tournament.
Nice freekick, aimed at Harry Maguire at the back stick. Excellent defending from D Sanchez. Heads it behind for the corner. J ust signs of things starting to happen for the men in yellow.
Quintero able to pass to Cuadrado a couple of times, the former Chelsea man getting a couple of half opportunities to pin his ears back and run at England.
C olombians passing it about, stretching, probing. C olombia seem happy enough to soak up this pressure so far. Switches play and looks to hit passes that hurt.
E ngland with a spell. Nice ball out to Trippier on the right but he cannot capitalise. L ingard gets into the space behind the left back, Trippier gets down the byline, crosses.
Kane does really well to get a header on it from a narrow angle. Heads it onto the roof of the net. I suppose you could call it a missed chance, but the laws of physics were not Harry's friends there.
E ngland on the front foot. Colombia have barely been out of their own half. And they are not pressing the England backs all that much when England have it, so Stones et all have time to play it around.
M istake from the Colombian defence, suddenly Sterling has a chance to shoot Paul Hayward writes: "We're very close to the pitch in the press seats and it's already obvious England 's first XI are in a very different game to the Tunisia and Panama matches.
Everything happening much faster and Colombia are pressing the player in possession quicker. It is a tourist destination and place of pilgrimage in the country.
The icons , ornaments and architectural details are hand carved in the halite rock. Some marble sculptures are included. The cathedral is considered one of the most notable achievements of Colombian architecture ,  being described as a "Jewel of Modern Architecture".
The cathedral is a functioning church that receives as many as 3, visitors on Sundays, but it has no bishop and therefore no official status as a cathedral in Catholicism.
The city is recognized, not only for the cathedral, but for being near one of the oldest human settlements in the Americas, El Abra archaeological site.
The halite mines were exploited already by the pre-Columbian Muisca culture since the 5th century BCE. Von Humboldt also criticized the excavation techniques as being unpractical for future exploitation, recommending drift mining instead, since the halite tunnels don't require beams , lowering the costs.
Years before the underground church was built around , the miners had carved a sanctuary, as a place for their daily prayers asking for protection to the saints before starting to work.
In , the construction of a bigger project had begun: the Salt Cathedral which was inaugurated on August 15, , and dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary , Patron saint of miners.
It was compound of three naves and a monumental cross. Part of the galleries were actually carved by the ancient Muisca.
However, as the church was carved inside an active mine, structural problems and safety concerns led the authorities to shut it in September This construction cost of the original church was over million U.
It had six main columns , and a maximum capacity of people. The main nave included the monumental cross, which was illuminated from the base up, projecting a large cross-shaped shadow in the ceiling.
The right nave included the Stations of the Cross icons and the Rosary chapel, with the Virgin of Rosary Icon sculpted by Daniel Rodriguez Moreno and later transported to the new cathedral.
Detailed Geology General. The emeralds are found almost entirely in calcite veins that traverse a black, carbonaceous, rather intensely folded formation consisting of thin-bedded shale and limestone Fig.
This emerald formation 29 lies discordantly 30 upon steeply dipping strata, barren of emeralds, composed of heavier beds of carbonaceous limestone intercalated with black shale, and called the Cambiado from the Spanish word cambiar, to change.
Between the emerald formation and the Cambiado and ever in close proximity to the plane of discordance are three rock types of great significance in furnishing direct evidence of the origin of the emeralds.
The Cambiado. This formation consists of beds of black, crystalline limestone, averaging in thickness about 25 cm. The limestone shows itself under the microscope to be composed of ragged, granular masses of calcite, inclosed in black carbonaceous matter, and carrying a few to many fragmental crystals of albite.
This rock in places grades upward into a phase in which albite predominates, the so-called albite rock described later; downward it grades presumably into albite-free limestone, but only the topmost few meters of the Cambiado are in any place exposed.
The Cama. The habit of the calcite, which occurs as unit rhombohedrons alone or modified by base, and as twins of the first-named form with as the twinning plane, probably reflects the temperature range of development.
The Cama in places shows plainly a connection with calcite veins both in the emerald formation above and in the Cambiado below.
Some calcite veins in the latter have the peculiar calcite crystallization of the Cama. The Cenicero. It is connected below with the albite rock, into which it locally grades, but unlike the Cama, shows no connection with the calcite veins traversing the overlying and underlying formations.
In a few places it was noted forming vein-like bodies in the emerald formation itself. The ordinary Cenicero is a crumbly, light-gray aggregate of crystals, chiefly of calcite, dolomite, quartz, and pyrite.
A typical specimen under the microscope shows the minerals noted as well-formed, fragmental, and rounded crystals, set in a fine-grained ground, difficultly resolvable, but probably mainly calcareous matter, stained with a little carbonaceous matter.
There are three more or less strongly marked phases of the Cenicero— dolomitic, pyritic, and baritic—the normal sequence upward being in that order Fig.
In addition, the lowermost part in many places is albitized, while the topmost portion is nearly everywhere connected with the emerald formation by the breccia phase just noted.
The baritic phase is locally seen as an almost pure layer of massive to nodular barite, with a maximum thickness of about 40 cm. The last-named locality was visited 35 and the pegmatite, here about 2 m.
Minerals The Muzo deposits present a notable assemblage of minerals, many of them well developed crystallographically and some of particular chemical interest.
The present section assembles the geologically significant characteristics of these minerals, but attempts no detailed mineralogical description.
A good crystallographic study was published in by H. Hubert 36 and an accurate mineral list with brief characterizations in by Lleras Codazzi.
Closely associated minerals forming the emerald gangue are: Calcite, dolomite, parisite, pyrite, quartz, barite, fluorite, and apatite, the last three very rare.
The emerald occurs as six-sided prisms with base, some with rarer forms also. Few crystals are larger than the thumb. Most crystals are clear when first taken from the matrix, but later develop cracks; some fall to pieces upon removal.
Some crystals display zones of color; a few are dark to black with inclusions of carbonaceous matter. In some specimens recently found, the carbonaceous matter is arranged in a six-rayed figure centering about a tapering hexagonal core.
One such specimen was examined optically in basal section and proved to be of the same orientation throughout; it therefore does not represent a twinned crystal as suggested by Lleras Codazzi.
Crystals are water-clear to opaque from disseminated carbon; they show a rich variety of forms, with two dominant habits, rhombohedral and prismatic.
Closely associated with emerald, pyrite, and parisite. Occurs in the Cama as conspicuous unit rhombohedrons some modified by base and as rhombic twins, twinning-plane Is an important component of the Cenicero as small rhombs and grains.