World QF-2022: Colombia ends with Brazil’s 100% victorious course


Colombia ended on Sunday with Brazil’s 100% victorious route in the South American zone of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup, by drawing 0-0 in reception of the only totalist team in the World Cups.

In Barranquilla, in the fifth round, which was delayed, the Colombians managed to ‘snag’ Neymar, Gabriel Barbosa, Gabriel Jesus, Lucas Paquetá and company, who had added nine victories in their first nine games.

In the hosts, the white and blue Luis Díaz played the 90 minutes and the also ‘blue and white’ Uribe came in at 53, replacing Jefferson Lerma. On the other hand, Benfica player Lucas Verissímo did not leave the bench again in the ‘canarinha’ formation.

In the first two games of the round, there were surprises in Laz Paz and Caracas, with the home victories of Bolivia (1-0 against Peru) and Venezuela (2-1 against Ecuador), which followed in the last two places in the classification.

The Venezuelans, who started the qualifying phase under the command of the Portuguese José Peseiro, had a win, a draw and eight defeats, and, in the 37th minute, they lost, thanks to a penalty awarded by the Ecuadorian Enner Valencia.

A new setback seemed on the way, against a team that followed in third place, with 16 points, but Darwin Machís re-established equality on half-time, at 45+1 minutes, and Eduard Bello sealed the comeback, at 64.

In the formation of the house, the central Ferraresi, player of Estoril Praia, played the 90 minutes.

In Laz Paz, the game was marked by the performance of the two Vaca of the Bolivian team, the midfielders Henry and Ramiro, the first in the negative and the second in the positive.

Henry Vaca came on in the 62nd minute and saw the red in the 76th minute, at a time when the result was still tied at zero, while Ramiro Vaca was launched in the 82nd minute and won in the 83rd minute, also sealing the Bolivians’ second triumph.


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