Brazil continue their impressive World Cup qualifying series with a stunning win over Chile

Brazil continued its impressive series of World Cup qualifiers with a resounding victory over Chile (4-0) on Friday in the seventeenth stage of the South American qualifiers at the famous “Maracana” Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Neymar da Silva (44 from the penalty spot), Vinicius Jr. (45+1), Philippe Coutinho (72 from the penalty spot), and Richarlison (90+1) signed the goals for “Selecao”.

Thus, the Brazilian team continued their excellent streak without losing in the qualifiers, achieving their thirteenth victory in 3 draws to raise their tally to 42 points in the lead.

In contrast, the Chilean team’s balance was frozen at 19 points in seventh place to continue the betting trip on the World Cup card with Peru fifth (21 points) and Colombia sixth (20 points).

Ecuador snatched a pass to the World Cup-Qatar 2022 despite losing to hosts Paraguay (3-1).

The Ecuadorians benefited from the defeats of Peru to Uruguay (1-0) and Chile to Brazil (4-0).

Robert Morales (10), Piero Hincapie (45+6 own goal), and Miguel Almiron (54) took turns scoring the winner. In return, Jordy Caicedo scored the loser’s goal from the penalty spot (85).

Ecuador finished third with 25 points, while Paraguay finished eighth with 16 points.

It is the fourth time Ecuador has reached the World Cup finals after 2002, 2006, and 2014.

The German version in 2006 is the most notable participation of the “La Tricolor” team when they reached the final to lose to England with a clear goal.

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