Brazil win South American qualifier for 2022 Qatar Football World Cup. Brazil defeated Venezuela by a single goal. In the absence of injured Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Roberto Firmino and Richardson led Brazil's forward line. Venezuela faced Brazil in the same formation, following a 4-3-3 formation. In the 67th minute, Roberto Firmino shook the net for Brazil. Firmino netted the ball close to the box with a beautiful touch.
Brazil's defensive prowess is highlighted by the fact that Brazil have conceded just one goal in 11 attempts against four, leading from 73 per cent. Brazil topped the list after winning the third match in a row. Argentina are in second place with two wins and a draw.
In another match, Chile defeated Peru by two goals to nothing. Both teams went down in a 4-2-3-1 formation. Arturo Vidal opened the scoring in the 20th minute, but Vidal found the back of the net in the 35th minute. Peru led the way with 51 percent of the ball, but Chile led the attack with 10 goals against eight. It was Chile's first win in the first two matches, with one draw and one defeat. Peru lost all three of their matches.
In another match, Uruguay defeated a strong Colombia by three unanswered goals. The 4-3-3 formation was followed by Colombia, while Uruguay went down to a 4-4-2 formation. While Suarez and Cavanagh led Uruguay's forward line, Colombia's hopes were dashed by Hamesh Rodriguez. Edinson Cavani put Uruguay ahead in the fifth minute.
Gabriel Nunes Ribeiro scored the third goal for Uruguay in the 54th minute when Luis Suarez took the lead from the penalty spot. Columbia managed to lead the attack with 63 percent of the ball and 11 goals against 6, but forgot to score. Uruguay are fourth with two wins and one defeat. Colombia finished seventh with every win, loss and draw.