With last night’s triumph of the Brazilian National Team 4-1 against Uruguay, the twelfth date of the Conmebol Qualifying for Qatar 2022 ended.
Next, we review the five South American teams that lead the standings:
Suarez and Cavani, in a forward, like not dreaming. / Buddha Mendes / GettyImages
Uruguay continues in force even in the last steps of the golden generation (Godín, Cavani, Suárez, among others): it is in the 5th place with 16 points and -until the Scaloneta– He had four games without losing. Never give up the heavenly people. Pure claw.
Yerry Mina continues in fear of being eaten. / Guillermo Legaria / GettyImages
Despite obtaining three draws in this triple round of Qualifiers, Colombia came out safely from a lethal run -Uruguay, Brazil and Ecuador-. He is currently 4th with 16 points.
La Tri wants to strike and enter the World Cup. / RAUL ARBOLEDA / GettyImages
From the hand of Gustavo Alfaro, the long-suffering Ecuadorian National Team sneaks into the top three of the Qualifiers with 17 points. On this triple date, he met the three results: 1 GP, 1 PE and 1 PP. Closer and closer to the target.
The Scaloneta follows the arrow towards Qatar 2022. / Marcelo Endelli / GettyImages
The Scaloneta He has not known defeat for 25 games and is one step away from ensuring his stay in Qatar 2022: 2nd place, 25 points and one less party – such as Brazil – with respect to the other South American teams. Where is the inexperienced DT? Parade the Albiceleste.
Neymar kneeling before the desire to win his last World Cup with Brazil. / Buddha Mendes / GettyImages
After the stumble in the final of the Copa América against Argentina, the Brazilian National Team showed no consequences and continues its impeccable path -as usual- in the Qualifiers: 11 PJ, 9 GP, 1 EP and no losses. They beat Uruguay 4-1 and remained a leader with 31 points.