Colombia fell to a shock 2-1 defeat in their World Cup opener against Japan.
It was a disappointing start for the much fancied South Americans, who had Carlos Sanchez sent off after just three minutes.
Wilmar Barrios was a first half substitute as Colombia sought to reshuffle.
Barrios was booked during his hour on the pitch, and completed 80 per cent of his passes.
He said: "I felt good, I thought that since I did not come with continuity and it had been a while since I played a game it would be different, but I felt very good, trying to give the group what I could. We hope to adjust the details and the mistakes we made and recover."
The Boca Juniors midfielder missed the final fortnight of league action before the tournament with an injury, which prompted an outcry from the club's fans who thought he was simply trying to preserve himself for Russia 2018.
Colombia face Poland in their next match with both teams looking to bounce back from opening defeats.