World Cup Qualification Conmebol Zone, Chile Failed, Peru Play-off

World Cup Qualification Conmebol Zone, Chile Failed, Peru Play-off

2018 World Cup Qualifying Phase The Conmebol zone has completed its final match on Wednesday (11/10/2017)

In the 18th game, several seeded teams won victory and secured tickets to Russia.

Top standings, Brazil, successfully bend the champions Copa America, Chile, with a score of 3-0.

Manchester City man, Gabriel Jesus, scored two goals plus one goal donated Paulinho.

Meanwhile, Uruguay also reap good results when against the visitors, Bolivia.

Score ended 4-2 to victory Uruguay.

Got left because of an own goal Gaston Silva, Uruguay rose in the middle of the first half.

Gaston Silva paid the price by giving two asisst to Martin Caceres and Edinson Cavani, Uruguay 2-1 winning in the first half.

In the second half, Luis Suarez craze with his two goals in the 60th minute and 76th.

Bolivia replied back through an own goal defender Diego Godin Uruguay, at minute 79.

In the other match, the highlight is Argentina versus Ecuador.

Argentina as the World Cup subscription team must win in the game to ensure a step towards the four-year tournament.

The results are encouraging for Albiceleste fans because Argentina could silence host Ecuador with a score of 3-1.

Lionel Messi became a hero for scoring a hat-trick on the game.

As a result, the original Argentina in the sixth position rose to the third position with 28 points.

Argentina rejoiced, Chile languishes.

The defeat of Chile got them down to sixth place and failed to qualify for Russia 2018.

Alexis Sanchez who lost 0-3 must be willing to fifth position taken Peru who reap a 1-1 draw over Colombia.

Colombia-powered star players, James Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao, escaped automatically despite reaping the draw.

Meanwhile, Peru must undergo a play-off match in order to seize the rations to appear in the 2018 World Cup.

Wenger Reluctant to Comment on Pedro’s Red Cards

Wenger Reluctant to Comment on Pedro’s Red Cards

Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger declined to comment on a red card received by Pedro Rodriguez.

82 seconds before Arsenal managed to equalize, Chelsea have to play with 10 players, after Pedro received a red card, due to a hard tackle he did against Mohammed Elneny.

Even so, Wenger does not consider it as significant for the outcome of the game, and feels that his team has managed to dominate the game.

“I do not know if the offense is worth to get him sent off, or not. But at that moment, we are dominating the game, “the Frenchman told reporters.

“At the start of the second half we went through some tough moments, but after that we managed to dominate the game.”

“The question that appears on our bench is just about whether or not we can make a comeback in the game.”