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Complete Results Qualification Zone Conmebol, Happened A Number of Surprises

Complete Results Qualification Zone Conmebol, Happened A Number of Surprises

There were a number of surprises on the 17th matchday World Cup 2017 World Cup qualifiers South America or Conmebol on Thursday (5/10/2017) or Friday morning local time. In addition to Brazil’s draw, Argentina are also on the brink of failure after being knocked out of the play-off zone.

The first shock came when Bolivia faced Brazil. Hosts who are in the bottom of the standings are able to withstand the draw of a guest who is a leader.

In fact, Brazil has lowered all his best players. Neymar Junior, Gabriel Jesus and Philippe Coutinho fill this Tite squad since the first minute.

The second surprise came from the match between Venezuela counter Uruguay, the occupant runner-up position. Uruguay is not able to penetrate the host defense as a caretaker.

Likewise with Colombian action when entertaining Paraguay. Instead of overtaking Uruguay who is ranked second, Colombia actually lost so that the ranking fell to fourth. Colombia lost 1-2.

Meanwhile Argentina again achieved unsatisfactory results. Host status, Albiceleste who appeared dominant when entertaining Peru only able to play a goalless draw. These results make Lionel Messi et al thrown to sixth position, which makes their chances to qualify for Russia in the summer of next year to be very thin.

The Conmebol zone only passed four representatives directly to Russia. That is, only ranked one to four are eligible to grab the ticket.

Meanwhile, the fifth-placed team still have to play the play-off game with a home-away system against the Oceania zone champions, to fight tickets to Russia. With the current situation, Argentina will miss the 2018 World Cup.

Full results matchday 17th zone Conmebol on Thursday (5/1)

Bolivia 0 – 0 Brazil
Venezuela 0 – 0 Uruguay
Argentina 0 – 0 Peru
Colombia 1 – 2 Paraguay (Radamel Falcao 79 ‘; Oscar Cardozo 89’, Antonio Sanabria 90 ‘)
Chile 2 – 1 Ecuador (Eduardo Vargas 22 ‘, Alexis Sanchez 85’; Romario Ibarra 84 ‘)



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