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Qatar 2022 Qualifying Table: how Peru and the other South American teams are doing

Lima, March 21, 2022Updated on 03/21/2022 04:38 pm

The last day of the South American Qualifiers to Qatar ended with a tie peruvian national team against Ecuador and Chile together with Colombia; results that allowed them to stay in fifth position in the qualifying table for the FIFA World Cup. Here we leave you the scores, goal difference, games and more of this last stretch of the elimination process of the CONMEBOL.

In the absence of two games to close the World Cup, Peru ranked fifth in the knockout table, the last one that gives half a ticket to Qatar, with 21 units. In front of the Inca team, Uruguay -which beat Venezuela 4-1- is fourth and one step away from qualifying with 22 units. In another key match of the last disputed date, the Colombian team could not against Lionel Scaloni’s Argentina and fell in visiting condition. His pass to the next World Cup event is in danger and will depend on other results to continue dreaming of the direct ticket.


With all these results, the qualifying table to Qatar 2022 moved as follows:


  • Colombia vs. Bolivia – March 24 from 6:30 p.m.
  • Paraguay vs. Ecuador – March 24 from 18:30
  • Brazil vs. Chile – March 24 from 6:30 p.m.
  • Uruguay vs. Peru – March 24 from 18:30

It is necessary to remember that the match Brazil vs. Argentina corresponding to the South American Qualifiers, which was interrupted after 5 minutes of play on September 5 due to an alleged violation of the health protocol, must be played again in a day and a stadium to be determined, as announced by FIFA. The FIFA Disciplinary Committee “decided to replay that match at a date and place to be determined by FIFA,” it said in a statement.

The governing body of world football also decreed economic sanctions for the Brazilian and Argentine federations and a two-game suspension for Albiceleste players Emiliano Buendía, Emiliano Martínez, Giovanni Lo Celso and Cristian Romero. Immediately after, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) announced in a statement that it will appeal the resolution. The AFA “has requested the legal grounds for the decision in order to present the corresponding appeal in a timely manner.”


Source: Elcomercio

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