The Argentine footballer of the New York Red Bulls debuted with the National Team of Paraguay in an exhibition match against Japan, in which he played 32 minutes.
Alejandro Romero Gamarra, the young star of the New York Red Bulls, made his debut with the National Team of Paraguay in a friendly match against Japan, where the South Americans lost four goals by two.
The ‘Kaku’, a native of Argentina, obtained his Paraguayan nationality a few months ago thanks to his parents, so at the first opportunity he had, he received his first call with the Guarani team. Romero Gamarra came through in the second half for Gustavo Moringo and played 32 minutes.
On the other hand, the Red Bulls franchise player, who arrived from Hurricane, has played 11 games of the 2018 season of the MLS, which has converted three goals and has given nine assists, being a fundamental part so that his team is in the fight for the top positions of the Eastern Conference.