Date 16 of the Qatar 2022 World Cup Qualifiers already started this Tuesday, and with an hostile end result for the Colombian Nationwide Workforce. Chile beat Bolivia 3-2, as a customer, and nonetheless has prospects to enter the qualifying or playoff zone.
With the three factors that he added on the peak of La Paz, The southern staff rose to sixth place within the standings, which signifies that Colombia fell to seventh place. A tie between Chileans and Bolivians was way more helpful to the ‘tricolor’, however now the reds be part of the batch of groups that may qualify, towards Colombian pursuits.
The match within the Bolivian capital was filled with feelings from begin to end. In reality, the beginning of it was delayed half an hour as a result of it rained within the earlier one and the sector was utterly flooded. The Chileans opened the scoring in minute 14, because of Alexis Sánchez, however earlier than the tip of the primary half their benefit vanished, as a result of at minute 37 Marc Enoumba equalized.
The second half was fairly intense and had quite a few arrivals of hazard in every of the areas. Fortuitously for the present, that translated into objectives and all of them had been concentrated within the final 20 minutes of the sport.
Chile acquired 3-1 on the scoreboard, after Marcelino Núñez and Alexis Sánchez added the opposite two objectives for his or her staff, in minutes 77 and 85, respectively. It appeared that the sport would finish with that rating, however Marcelo Moreno Martins, the scorer of the Qualifiers, reported a purpose within the 88th minute.
The locals did their greatest to equalize earlier than the sport was over, however they had been very near reaching it. That is the way in which it’s, Chile reached 19 factors within the standings (two greater than Colombia), whereas Bolivia stayed in eighth place within the standings, with solely 15 models.
On the following date, the penultimate, Bolivia will go to Colombia in Barranquilla. For its half, Chile will journey to Brazil to face the five-time world champions.