Diego Rubio - Colorado Rapids - vs. Sporting KC

Colorado Rapids striker Diego Rubio will join the Chilean national team for their US tour during this month’s international window, as La Roja play Mexico in San Diego on Friday before a match vs. the United States in Houston next Tuesday (8 pm ET | ESPN2, UniMás, UDN).


Rubio joins a star-studded squad that also includes FC Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal, veteran defender Gary Medel and Pablo Hernandez, the Independiente midfielder who played for D.C. United in 2010.


Rubio, 25, is seeking his fifth senior international cap. After arriving in Colorado via an offseason trade with Sporting Kansas City, he scored his first goal of the 2019 campaign on Sunday in a match against his former team, preying upon an error by goalkeeper Tim Melia to help the Rapids earn a 1-1 draw at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.


Chile roster for US tour


Charles Aranguiz - Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)
Gabriel Arias - Racing (Argentina)
Nicolas Castillo - América (Mexico)
Brayan Cortes - Colo Colo
Paulo Diaz - Al-Ahli (Saudi Arabia)
Pedro Pablo Hernandez - Independiente (Argentina)
Mauricio Isla - Fenerbahce (Turkey)
Gonzalo Jara - Estudiantes de La Plata (Argentina)
Igor Lichnovsky - Cruz Azul (Mexico)
Guillermo Maripan - Deportivo Alaves (Spain)
Jimmy Martinez - Universidad de Chile
Gary Medel - Besiktas J.K (Turkey)
Eugenio Mena - Racing (Argentina)
Jean Meneses - Leon (Mexico)
Felipe Mora - Pumas UNAM (Mexico)
Ivan Morales - Colo Colo
Oscar Opazo - Colo Colo
Esteban Pavez - Colo Colo
Erick Pulgar - Bologna FC (Italy)
Diego Rubio - Colorado Rapids
Diego Valdes - Santos Laguna (Mexico)
Sebastian Vegas - Monarcas Morelia (Mexico)
Arturo Vidal - FC Barcelona (Spain)
Lawrence Vigouroux - Swindon Town (England)