| Alexander Mejia|
| Alexander Mejia Sabalza|
(1988-07-11) 11 July 1988 (age 27)
Colombia national football team (Midfielder), Atletico Nacional (#13 / Midfielder)
Edwin Cardona, Camilo Vargas, Macnelly Torres, Santiago Arias, Carlos Sanchez Moreno
Alexander Mejía Wikipedia
Alexander Mejía (born 11 July 1988) is a Colombian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Mexican club León.
He is described by FIFA's official website as "a linchpin noted for his ability to tidy up mistakes, rob possession and track down and pressurise opponents".
Mejía made his professional debut for Deportes Quindío in 2005, where he played for seven years, including a loan spell at Once Caldas. In 2012, he joined Atlético Nacional and won both the Copa Colombia and the Superliga Colombiana in his first season. In the following seasons, Mejía helped Nacional to three consecutive Colombian league titles, becoming team captain after the departure of Macnelly Torres.
Mejía finished its loan at Nacional on June 2016. Then he was transferred to León for the Apertura 2016 in the Liga MX. However, he will join the team after Nacional finish its participation in the Copa Libertadores.
In 2012, Mejía made his debut for the Colombia national team in a FIFA World Cup qualifier against Peru. He went on to become a regular member of the squad in the remainder of the campaign, making five appearances overall.
On 9 June 2014, he was named in Colombia's squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. On 14 June, he appeared as a 69th-minute substitute in the team's opening match of the tournament – a 3–0 defeat of Greece in Belo Horizonte.Statistics accurate as of last match played on 26 November 2016.
1 Includes cup competitions such as Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana.
2 Includes Superliga Colombiana matches.
Atlético NacionalCategoría Primera A (3): 2013-I, 2013-II, 2014-I
Copa Colombia (2): 2012, 2013
Superliga Colombiana (1): 2012
Copa Libertadores (1): 2016