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He represented the country at the 20 Copa América, but missed the 2014 FIFA World Cup through injury.

Falcao made his debut for Lanceros Boyacá in the Colombian Categoría Primera B (second tier) on 28 August 1999 at the age of 13 years and 199 days, thus becoming the youngest debutant at that level of Colombian professional football.

under the management of Reinaldo Merlo, who gave Falcao the trust he needed to establish himself in the team.In the match against San Lorenzo in November, Falcao injured the ligaments of his right knee and missed the remainder of the Apertura; then, during pre-season training in January 2006, he sustained more serious damage to the same knee, which required surgery and was expected to keep him out for at least six months.He returned to the field in September, soon after the start of the 2006 Torneo Apertura, in which he made 12 appearances, mainly as a substitute; he scored just once, to seal a 2–0 win against Rosario Central that took River clear at the top of the table.A few days earlier he made his debut in CONMEBOL competition, in the last eight of the 2006 Copa Sudamericana against Atlético Paranaense of Brazil.He was replaced at half-time, and the match finished 2–2, so River were eliminated on aggregate, having lost the home leg 1–0.

River were reported to have rejected a million offer from Milan for Falcao in early 2008, as well as bids from clubs including Aston Villa and Fluminense.He was a key player as Diego Simeone led River to the 2008 Torneo Clausura championship, his first domestic title, and his performances meant he was linked with moves to a variety of clubs.In 2009, River Plate had a difficult start: they were eliminated in the group stage of the Copa Libertadores 2009 and won few games at the beginning of the 2009 Torneo Clausura.Falcao began his career at Lanceros Boyacá, before moving to River Plate where he won the 07–08 Clausura.In 2009 he joined Portuguese club FC Porto where he won several trophies including the Europa League and Primeira Liga double in 2011.Falcao became their all-time top goalscorer in international club competitions, and set the record for most goals (17) in a European campaign.