Argentina win World Cup qualifier Argentina beat Uruguay in the South American qualifier. The Copa America winners won by 3 unanswered goals. For Argentina, Lionel Messi, Rodrigo Dipol and Lautaro Martinez were on the scoresheet. In another match, Brazil drew 0-0 with Colombia. It was Brazil ‘s first unbeaten match in a World Cup qualifier. Brazil continued their winning streak for 9 matches. (world cup argentina brazil)
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Argentina won the toss and elected to field. Despite going down with five defenders, Uruguay were unable to withstand the Argentine attack. Argentina scored their first goal in the 38th minute through legendary Lionel Messi. Messi broke through the Uruguayan goal from an assist by Lo Celso. A minute before the end of the first half, Argentina doubled their lead through a dip. The goal was scored by Lautaro Martinez. In the second half, Uruguay stepped up their attack, but Argentina dominated the game with a goal in the 62nd minute. Lautaro Martinez completed the scoring for Argentina with an assist from Lo Celso.
In another match, Colombia held Brazil to a goalless draw. Colombia, which effectively blocked the Brazilian attack, also tested the Brazilian goalkeeper through occasional counter-attacks. However, neither team was able to score.
Brazil are top of the points table with 28 points from 10 matches, including one draw and nine wins. Argentina are second with 6 wins and 4 draws. Argentina have 22 points.
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