- Became youngest player in club history to don the Rave Green when he entered the L.A. Galaxy match on May 8
- Made first international appearance for Colombian Under-20 National Team on April 22, playing as a reserve in a 1-1 draw against Ecuador
- Played in 20 games for Club Atlético Quilmes in 2009, scoring 10 goals
2010: Appeared in six games with one start, logging 161 minutes. Made MLS debut at home vs. LA (5/8), becoming youngest Sounders FC player to ever enter a match and made first start vs. DAL (7/11). Made 18-man roster for first time vs. CLB (5/1). Recorded first competitive point with an assist in the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal win over LA (7/7). Received a red card vs. DAL (7/11).
Other Professional Experience
2010: Played as a reserve for the Colombian Under-20 National Team in a 1-1 draw against Ecuador (4/22). Began training with Sounders FC on March 17.
2009: Played for Quilmes Atletico Club, marking his first season playing outside of Columbia. Scored 13 goals in 19 games.
2008: Made 24 appearances for the reserve team of Colombia’s Envigado FC, scoring 18 goals.
2007: Spent one season playing with Selección Palmira in Columbia.
2006: Played one season with Colombia’s Deportivo Palmira.
Miguel began playing in the club system when he was 15 but has played soccer since a young boy. He enjoys spending time with friends, going out to dinner and watching movies. Childhood friends with Roger Torres, both playing in Envigado FC's youth system. He admires Cristiano Ronaldo.