Radamel Falcao García Zárate, commonly known as Falcao, is a Colombian football striker, who currently plays for Atlético Madrid in the Spanish La Liga and represents the Colombia national football team. He is also sometimes referred to as El Tigre, and called the King of the Europa League. Falcao is considered as one of best strikers in the world, having surpassed Jürgen Klinsmann's record of 15 goals (17) in a single annual international club football European competition UEFA Champions League/UEFA Europa League campaign. He has played an active role in guiding Porto to a second UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League title, as well as finishing undefeated in the 2010–11 Primeira Liga season. In 2011, Falcao received the Portuguese Golden Ball award, becoming the first Colombian to do so. In his last three seasons at Atletico and Porto, Falcao has scored over 100 goals. He has also played a key role in Atlético Madrid's 12 match winning streak in a single Europa League season. He is the first player in history to win two consecutive European titles with two different teams while at the same time becoming the top goal scorer for those two teams. Falcao's father has played professional football as a defender in Colombia.