World cup qualifying match Brazil Beat Uruguay
Brazil stretched out its series of wins to four matches by beating Uruguay 2-0 on Tuesday to lead South American World Cup qualifying.
Arthur in the 34th moment, his first objective for Brazil, and Richarlison multiplied the lead in the 45th.
Ecuador, the shock of the World Cup qualifying effort, steered Colombia 6-1 and now has nine focuses from four games.
Argentina, with seven focuses, had a late game against Peru.
The best four groups will naturally meet all requirements for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The fifth-place group will go into a between mainland season finisher.
Brazil and Uruguay experienced difficulty to amassing their groups due to wounds and COVID-19. Among those that didn’t play in Montevideo were Neymar and Philippe Coutinho on the Brazilian side, and Luis Surez and Federico Valverde on the Uruguayan.
Uruguay began solid, with striker Darwin Nez hitting the bar in the fourth moment subsequent to beating right-back Danilo. It was the most obvious opportunity the hosts had in the match.
Brazil, falling off a dull 1-0 triumph over Venezuela a week ago, had more control and movement than Uruguay, which was falling off a 3-0 success over Colombia 3-0.
That distinction began to show when Arthur made an effort from the edge of the container, the ball redirected and finished in the rear of goalkeeper Martin Campaa’s net.
Brazil almost multiplied the lead two minutes after the fact with a crossed shot by Roberto Firmino, spared by Campaa. Brazil’s determination paid off toward the finish of the primary half when Richarlison’s header from Renan Lodi’s cross made it 2-0.
Uruguay hit the bar again two minutes after the fact with a header by Diego Godin, however offered little opposition in the subsequent half. The hosts were drained further when veteran striker Edinson Cavani was shipped off after a cruel tackle on Richarlison with 20 minutes remaining.
It is in every case hard to restart, our adversaries as of now have a guide of our group, Brazil safeguard Thiago Silva said after the match. Yet, Brazilian soccer is consistently quick to revamp.
Uruguay is in fifth position with six points.