?We haven?t achieved anything yet?
Posted by wangwenjie on October 8th, 2016
The South American qualifying competition for the 2018 FIFA Coins for Sale World Cup Russia™ has reached the halfway stage, with events merely underlining so far what the experts say about the CONMEBOL zone: that it is the toughest in the world.
Not only are two-time reigning Copa America champions Chile some way off the qualification places, but Brazil 2014 runners-up Argentina find themselves no higher than fifth, while a mere eight points separates the top seven sides in the table.
One year, nine matchdays and 45 games have gone by since the competition got under way a year ago. The qualification picture remains anything but clear, however, with the second half of the preliminaries set to begin on Tuesday 11 October.
Out front with 19 points, Uruguay are more comfortably positioned than they have become accustomed to in recent times, having ended up in the play-offs in the last four qualifying competitions. The bedrock for their impressive campaign to date has been their form at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo, where they have won all five of their games without conceding a goal, a first since the current competition format was adopted.
“We haven’t achieved anything yet,” said coach Oscar Tabarez in the wake of his side’s 3-0 defeat of Venezuela on Thursday. “We’ve played nine games and every single one has been tough. If anyone thinks that winning these matches makes us a superteam, then they’re dreaming.”
With Edinson Cavani leading the way as the competition’s highest scorer with seven goals, La Celeste are sitting prettier than their fellow heavyweights, who have all had their problems and need to consolidate their positions by stringing some wins together.
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