Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing the Barcelona star.
England dumped the South Americans out of the World Cup, emerging victorious from a penalty shoot-out, but the game will be remembered more for José Pékerman's side's dirty tactics.
Los Cafeteros seemed determined to break up the flow of the game in an effort to hinder the Three Lions' high-tempo passing, but it eventually proved to be a useless tactic, as Gareth Southgate's team held their nerve when it mattered.
Mina was a stand-out performer for Colombia at the back, and scored his side's injury time equaliser against England.
He, like the rest of teammates, showed a nasty side to his game, however, throwing himself to the ground at every opportunity, and constantly trying to incite the England players into losing their cool.
Standing at 6ft 5in tall, the Barcelona defender is an imposing, no-nonsense centre-half, and there are many impressive facets to his game.
The needless, child-like displays of petulance last night, though, might have been off-putting for Liverpool, especially with the robust nature of the challenge that would await him in the Premier League.
Only time will tell if Mina passed his audition in Russia this summer, and much will also depend on whether Barcelona are actually prepared to give up on the Colombian so soon after signing him.