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Bulls Abroad: Michael Amir Murillo scores in Panama's 3-0 win over Martinique

It said that all some players do is score goals. Seems all Amir Murillo does is score goals against Martinique.

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Michael Amir Murillo scored his second goal for Panama against Martinique on July 15 in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

In the 44th minute, the New York Red Bulls' Murillo nodded in a cross from New York City FC's Miguel Camargo to put Panama up a goal against Les Matinino. It was, as it happens, not just Murillo's second goal for his national team, but also his second goal against Martinique.

Abdiel Arroyo and Gabriel Torres scored in the second half to ensure Panama would claim three points.

Murillo has now started Panama's last four competitive games - a streak extending back to the team's World Cup qualifier against Honduras in June - and all of its group stage matches at this Gold Cup. He will be expected to be in the starting lineup again for Los Canaleros in the quarterfinals of the tournament next week.

Panama was expected to at least make it as far as the first round of knockout games at the Gold Cup, so no great surprise for RBNY to learn that Murillo is definitely unavailable for the team's next MLS match - against San Jose Earthquakes on July 19.