A pair of MLS players will be a part of Panama’s roster for their upcoming matches against Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico, with San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Anibal Godoy and Colorado Rapids forward Gabriel Torres earning calls to Los Canaleros for the two October friendlies.
Convocatoria del entrenador Hernán 'Bolillo' Gómez para los partidos frente a Trinidad y Tobago y México. pic.twitter.com/qyniFfZNnP— FEPAFUT (@fepafut) September 21, 2015
Godoy and Torres were both named on Monday to Panama’s roster for their friendly matches against Trinidad & Tobago on Oct. 8 in Panama City and at Mexico on Oct. 13. Both players were a part of the Panama squad that beat the US in the consolation match to finish in third at this summer’s CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Godoy, 25, has excelled since joining San Jose in August, scoring one goal and making seven appearances – all starts – to help the Quakes make a run up the Western Conference table. Torres is tied for the Rapids lead with four goals in 2015; the 26-year-old is third on Colorado with three assists this season.