Miguel Calero, one of the most successful goalkeepers in Mexican football, passed away yesterday around noon in a Mexico City hospital.
The Colombian, dubbed "El Cóndor", played for his national team and spent most of his club career with Pachuca, where he secured four league titles, four CONCACAF Champions League cups, a South American cup and a SuperLiga.
On November 26, 2012, Calero suffered a thrombosis of the right carotid artery. He was moved from Pachuca to Mexico City for an emergency brain surgery.
Despite the encouraging prognosis, his health began to deteriorate on Thursday.
In honor of one of the greatest figures of "Los Tuzos" here are five memorable moments of his career.