Winger Jose Izquierdo will fly the flag for Albion in the knockout stages of the World Cup after Colombia reached the last 16 this afternoon.
Colombia beat Senegal 1-0 in their final Group H game in Russia to finish top of the group.
Barcelona defender Yerry Mina headed the only goal from a corner after 74 minutes as Izquierdo was an unused substitute.
The 25-year-old, who scored five goals in 36 matches for the Seagulls last season after joining from Club Brugge in August, started Colombia’s first match of the competition, a 2-1 defeat to Japan when they played with ten men for 87 minutes, and was then on the bench for their 3-0 win against Poland.
Colombia will meet the runners-up of Group G, England or Belgium, on Tuesday evening.