Copa America: Falcao seeks 1st goal against Argentina

Colombia striker Radamel Falcao says he is all revved up and poised to end his goal drought at Copa America in Friday’s quarter-finals encounter with Argentina.
The Monaco striker who spent last season on loan at Manchester United, has taken to twitter to express his readiness for the battle slated for Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar, displaying his new Puma boot, with which he plans to wreak havoc against the Lionel Messi-inspired opponents.
He wrote:
Radamel Falcao ‏@FALCAO
Ready for the quarter final with my new @PUMAFootball #evoSPEED. Vamos Colombia!
Falcao’s ability to deliver the goods is currently under serious doubts, after only mustering four goals in 26 games for United last season.
The 29-year-old who scored the only goal that gave his country victory over Costa Rica in the pre-tournament friendly on June 6,
failed to find the back of the net in Colombia’s first three games against Venezuela, Brazil and Peru.