The Brazilian team won the full mark by achieving its fourth consecutive victory in South America’s 2022 World Cup qualifiers, with a precious two-goal victory over Uruguay in the fourth round of the qualifiers.
The Brazilian team raised its score to 12 points to lead the qualifying table by 3 points against Ecuador, and the Uruguay national team stuck at 6 points in fifth place.
He scored the two goals for the Brazilian national team, Arthur Melo (34) and Richarlison (45).
In the second half, the two teams failed to score, and the Brazilian team was unable to take advantage of the numerical shortfall in the ranks of its host after striker Edinson Cavani was sent off in the 71st minute.
In the same round, Argentina strengthened their good qualifying career by defeating host Peru with two unanswered goals scored by Nicolas Gonzalez (17) and Lautaro Martinez (28).
The “Tango Dancers” raised his score to 10 points to advance to second place, two points behind his Brazilian qualifying leader and just one point ahead of his Ecuadorian counterpart.
In turn, Ecuador continued their impressive run of play, crushing their hosts, Colombia, 6-1.
The Ecuadorian national team’s sixth was scored by Robert Arboleda (7 and 91), Angel Mina (9), Michael Estrada (32) and Xavier Arriega (39), Gonzalo Plata (78). To save Ecuador’s face, James Rodriguez scored from a penalty kick in the first minute. Stoppage of the first half.
The Colombian national team continued to reel in the qualifiers, failing to win for the third match in a row and stuck at 4 points after suffering a second consecutive defeat in the qualifiers.
The Venezuelan national football team got rid of the cycle of successive defeats in the qualifiers, with a precious and late 2-1 victory over its Chilean hosts, on Tuesday evening, in the fourth round of the qualifiers.
The Venezuelan national team scored its first 3 points in the qualifiers to advance to eighth place in the qualifying table, and Chile’s balance stuck at 4 points in sixth place.
The first half ended with a tie between the two teams, as the Venezuelan national team advanced with a goal scored by Luis Mago (9), and Arturo Vidal tied for the Chilean team (15).
And the tie remained in the second half until Salomon Rondon scored the winning goal for Venezuela (81).
Paraguay escaped the trap of defeat in the same qualifiers by its Bolivian home and snatched a precious 2-2 draw.
Paraguay maintained its unbeaten record in the current qualifiers so far, raising its tally to 6 points, to clinch fourth place in the qualifiers table, with only goal difference against Uruguay.
Source : Agencies