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Jornada/Day 9 (Oct 9 & 10)

Novena Fecha (9 y 10 de octubre 2004)

09.10.2004 Barranquilla (17:10) Colombia vs Paraguay -
10.10.2004 La Paz (16:00) Bolivia vs Perú -
10.10.2004 Quito (16:00) Ecuador vs Chile -
09.10.2004 Maracaibo (21:00) Venezuela vs Brasil -
09.10.2004 Buenos Aires (15:00) Argentina vs Uruguay

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By the way here are the standing goint into Round 9 .. The LAST Day of the FIRST Round .....

POS
Pais PTOS PJ PG PE PP GF GC DIF

1 Brasil 16 8 4 4 0 14 8 +6
2 Argentina 15 8 4 3 1 14 7 +7
3 Paraguay 14 8 4 2 2 10 8 +2
4 Chile 12 8 3 3 2 9 7 +2
5 Ecuador 10 8 3 1 4 8 8 0
6 Venezuela 10 8 3 1 4 6 8 -2
7 Uruguay 10 8 3 1 4 13 19 -6
8 Perú 9 8 2 3 3 10 10 0
9 Colombia 8 8 2 2 4 10 10 0
10 Bolivia 6 8 2 0 6 10 19 -9

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Monday, September 6, 2004

Uruguay back on course


Uruguay put their World Cup qualifying campaign back on course with a controversial 1-0 win over Ecuador on Sunday while Chile and Colombia shared four red cards and no goals in a grim encounter.
Brazil eased past Bolivia 3-1, a first-minute Ronaldo goal thwarting the visitor's plans to frustrate the world champions with a packed defence, while Paraguay defender Carlos Gamarra added to his Olympic silver medal by scoring the winner against Venezuela.


Brazil lead the ten-nation South American group with 16 points from eight games as the marathon tournament nears it's halfway stage.

Argentina, 3-1 winners over Peru on Saturday, follow with 15 and Paraguay on 14.

Chile are next with 12 and only four points separates them from ninth-placed Colombia (8), with Ecuador, Venezuela and Uruguay (all 10) and Peru (9) sandwiched in between.

Bolivia (6) prop up the table.

The top four qualify directly for Germany and the fifth plays off against the Oceania region winners -- either Australia or the Soloman Islands -- for another place.

Uruguay, beaten in their last three qualifiers, bounced back in Montevideo to win with a 58th minute Carlos Bueno header which was palmed away by goalkeeper Edwin Villafuerte only for the referee to rule the ball had crossed the line.

Chile and Colombia were involved in arguably the worst of the more than 40 qualifiers played worldwide this weekend as their Santiago stalemate produced more red cards than scoring chances.

Colombia midfielder John Viafara was given a straight red for clattering into Claudio Maldonado after the ball had gone in the 17th minute, while the Chilean was also dismissed though it was not clear why.

Chile fullback Rodrigo Perez and Colombia substitute Jairo Patino followed for a second-half off-the-ball clash while constant bickering and playacting by both sides also marred the game.

The teams were jeered off by the 63,000 crowd.

Brazil's match in Sao Paulo was a happier affair especially after Ronaldo's lightning strike, his seventh goal of the qualifiers.

Ronaldinho made it 2-0 from a penalty in the 13th minute and Adriano headed the third just before halftime.

Bolivia goalkeeper Leo Fernandez bravely kept Brazil at bay in the second half with some outstanding saves while Luis Cristaldo, a survivor from his country's last World Cup appearance in 1994, pulled one back.

'I've no doubt that the goal in the first minute changed the face of the game,' Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said.

'If we'd taken a long time to score, the crowd could have become irritated and the game could have got complicated.'

Brazil, who visit Germany for a friendly on Wednesday, headed straight for the airport -- minus Ronaldo, who was given permission to stay behind for his engagement dinner.

Paraguay kept up their challenge for a third successive World Cup appearance by beating Venezuela, whose attempt to qualify for the first time is rapidly losing momentum.

Venezuela have taken one point from their last three games and failed to score.

Gamarra, 33, outfoxed the Venezuela defence as he rose unmarked to head the 53rd minute winner.

The Paraguay captain, who played in Athens as an over-age player, helped the under-23 side finish runners-up to Argentina and claim their country's first-ever Olympic medal in any sport.

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9a. JORNADA

ARGENTINA vs. URUGUAY


ciudad / fecha / hora: Buenos Aires / 9.10.2004 / 15.00 (18.00 GMT)
Estadio Monumental
Árbitro: SOUZA MENDONÇA Wilson (BRA)
Árbitro asistente 1: REIS Valter (BRA)
Árbitro asistente 2: OLIVEIRA GOMES Jorge Paulo (BRA)
4º árbitro: LOPES Heber Roberto (BRA)
Comisario: FIGUEREDO Francisco (PAR)


BOLIVIA vs. PERÚ


ciudad / fecha / hora: La Paz / 9.10.2004 / 16.00 (20.00 GMT)
Estadio Hernando Siles
Árbitro: REINOSO Mauricio (ECU)
Árbitro asistente 1: BADARACO Félix (ECU)
Árbitro asistente 2: CEDEÑO Juan (ECU)
4º árbitro: RAMOS Pedro (ECU)
Comisario: ASFURA Alfredo (CHI)


COLOMBIA vs. PARAGUAY


ciudad / fecha / hora: Barranquilla / 9.10.2004 / 17.10 (22.10 GMT)
Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez
Árbitro: ELIZONDO Horacio (ARG)
Árbitro asistente 1: REBOLLO Juan Carlos (ARG)
Árbitro asistente 2: CAGNI Sergio (ARG)
4º árbitro: BRAZENAS Gabriel (ARG)
Comisario: CASTILLO Alberto (VEN)


VENEZUELA vs. BRASIL


ciudad / fecha / hora: Maracaibo / 9.10.2004 / 21.00 (01.00+ GMT)
Estadio José "Pachencho" Romero
Árbitro: CHANDÍA Carlos (CHI)
Árbitro asistente 1: JULIO Cristian (CHI)
Árbitro asistente 2: RODRÍGUEZ Manuel (CHI)
4º árbitro: POZO Pablo (CHI)
Comisario: QUINTANA Javier (PER)


ECUADOR vs. CHILE


ciudad / fecha / hora: Quito / 10.10.2004 / 16.00 (21.00 GMT)
Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Árbitro: ORTUBÉ René (BOL)
Árbitro asistente 1: CALDERÓN Jorge (BOL)
Árbitro asistente 2: VALDA Arol (BOL)
4º árbitro: PANIAGUA Juan Carlos (BOL)
Comisario: NEJAR Hildo (BRA)


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Goleadores



Con 7 goles: Ronaldo (Brasil).



Con 5 goles: José Saturnino Cardozo (Paraguay).



Con 4 goles: Joaquín Botero (Bolivia); Javier Chevantón y Diego Forlán (Uruguay); Hernán Crespo (Argentina).



Con 3 goles: Pablo Aimar (Argentina); Juan Arango (Venezuela), Nolberto Solano (Perú).



Con 2 goles: Víctor Pacheco, Juan Pablo Angel y Frankie Oviedo (Colombia); Kaká y Ronaldinho (Brasil); Carlos Paredes y Carlos Gamarra (Paraguay); Andrés Mendoza y Jefferson Farfán (Perú), Mauricio Pinilla y Reinaldo Navia (Chile); Juan Pablo Sorín (Argentina); Carlos Bueno (Uruguay); Luis Cristaldo (Bolivia).



Con 1 gol: Julio César Baldivieso, Roger Suárez (Bolivia); Andrés D'Alessandro, Fabricio Coloccini, Cristián González, César Delgado y Mauro Rosales (Argentina); Moisés Villarroel, Mark González, Rodrigo Meléndez, Arturo Norambuena y Milovan Mirosevic (Chile); Edison Méndez, Giovanny Espinoza, Carlos Tenorio, Agustín Delgado y Franklin Salas (Ecuador); Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay); José Soto, Jorge Soto y Claudio Pizarro (Perú); Adrián Romero, Nelson Abeijón (Uruguay); Luis Fabiano, Rivaldo y Adriano (Brasil); José Manuel Rey, Gabriel Urdaneta, Héctor González (Venezuela); Sergio Herrera, Tressor Moreno, John Javier Restrepo y Freddy Grisales (Colombia).



Autogoles: Gilberto Silva (Brasil, a favor de Uruguay).

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Chile's Maldonado gets two-match ban for red card



SANTIAGO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Chile midfielder Claudio Maldonado has been given a two-match suspension after being sent off in the World Cup qualifier against Colombia and will miss next month's matches with Ecuador and Argentina.

Brazilian-based Maldonado was in the squad for the tie with Argentina in Santiago on October 13 but the Chilean football association (ANFP) said on Thursday that world governing body FIFA had added an extra game to his automatic one-match ban.

Left back Rodrigo Perez, who was also sent off against Colombia earlier this month, has been given a three-match ban instead of the original two. As a result, he will also have to sit out the tie with Peru in November.

Chile are fourth in the South American World Cup qualifying group with 12 points from eight games.

They face Ecuador in Quito on October 10.

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Argentina's Crespo gets chance he was waiting for



By Luis Ampuero

BUENOS AIRES, Oct 6 (Reuters)

- Argentina's Hernan Crespo was given the chance he had been waiting for when he was recalled to the squad by new coach Jose Pekerman, the striker said on Wednesday.

"This is what I've been hoping for so that I could go back to what I was," said Crespo, who was named in the squad on Monday for the World Cup qualifier at home to Uruguay on Saturday and next Wednesday's match in Chile.

"I've been going through a very rough patch and, for the last year and a half, I've been afraid of getting injured and losing my place," he told reporters.

"Today, I'm more relaxed but I need to confirm this on the field."

Crespo was considered one of the world's top forwards until the 2002 World Cup, when Argentina were surprisingly knocked out in the first round.

He then had an unhappy season in Italy with Inter Milan, scoring only six goals in Serie A.

Last season he moved to English Premier League Chelsea but never really settled and has now joined AC Milan.

Crespo was rested from the Copa America in July and appeared to be in danger of losing his place when the Argentina team improved without him.

"I hope to have a good game on Saturday," he said. "I need a morale-booster because, above all, I need to feel important to myself."

Coach Pekerman was appointed last month as Marcelo Bielsa's successor.

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South American World Cup leading scorers



RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Leading scorers in the South American zone of the 2006 World Cup qualifying competition: 7 - Ronaldo (Brazil) 5 - Jose Cardozo (Paraguay) 4 - Javier Chevanton (Uruguay), Joaquin Botero (Bolivia),

Hernan Crespo (Argentina), Diego Forlan (Uruguay) 3 - Pablo Aimar (Argentina), Juan Arango (Venezuela), Nolberto

Solano (Peru)



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Ruthless Argentina, Brazil romp home in World Cup ties

By Brian Homewood

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct 9 (Reuters)

- Argentina and Brazil scored crushing victories in Saturday's World Cup qualifiers, the former beating Uruguay 4-2 in Buenos Aires and the world champions romping home 5-2 in Venezuela.

Argentina, playing their first match under new coach Jose Pekerman, raced into a 4-0 lead after 54 minutes with a Luciano Figueroa double and a goal apiece from Luis Gonzalez and Javier Zanetti.

Cristian Rodriguez and Javier Chevanton, from a twice-taken penalty, made the scoreline respectable for Uruguay.

Two goals each from Kaka and Ronaldo and one by Adriano, seven minutes after coming off the substitutes' bench, put Brazil 5-0 ahead in Maracaibo.

Ruberth Moran then pulled two back, doubling Venezuela's tally of goals in their 16 meetings with Brazil, who have won them all.

Venezuela could be in serious trouble after two fans went on to the field in the second half to hug Roberto Carlos and Ronaldo.

In other games, Colombia wasted a hatful of chances as they were held 1-1 by Paraguay in Barranquilla while Bolivia stayed bottom of the group table despite beating Peru 1-0 in a scrappy match in La Paz.

As the South American World Cup qualifying section reaches the halfway mark, Brazil lead with 19 points from nine games with Argentina one point behind. Both look certain to qualify for Germany 2006.

They are followed by Paraguay (15), Chile (12), Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela (10) and Colombia, Peru and Bolivia (9). Ecuador and Chile complete the weekend's programme in Quito on Sunday.

The top four teams qualify for the finals and the fifth play off against the Oceania region winners for another place.

NERVOUS PEKERMAN

Pekerman, who took over last month after Marcelo Bielsa unexpectedly ended his six-year reign, admitted to first-night nerves against Uruguay but they were quickly calmed by Gonzalez's sixth-minute opener.

Figueroa, standing in for the injured Hernan Crespo, and Zanetti finished off incisive moves to make it 3-0 before halftime and then Figueroa latched on to Juan Roman Riquelme's pass for the fourth goal.

"I was nervous at the start, it was a new experience," Pekerman told reporters.

"Fortunately, Argentina were very efficent in the first half. We took our chances and that knocked Uruguay out of their stride."

Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira had similar sentiments after his team's win.

Two Kaka goals put the world champions in command at halftime before Ronaldo struck twice in three minutes early in the second period to take his tally to nine in the qualifiers.

"Venezuela don't have the decisiveness we have in attack and that is the difference, that's why we deserved to win," said Parreira.

Colombia coach Reinaldo Rueda lamented his team's wastefulness after they had only Freddy Grisales's deflected goal to show for outclassing Paraguay in the first half.

The visitors, notoriously difficult opponents, hit back with an Aureliano Torres goal in the 78th minute.

"Colombia played well but we committed one sin, we didn't convert the chances we created," said Rueda, whose team missed an opportunity to climb to fifth.

"We're still in an embarrassing position...and we have to make up lost ground."

Joaquin Botero's fifth strike of the qualifiers gave Bolivia three points against Peru in a scrappy, bad-tempered game.

The match degenerated in the 84th minute when Bolivia midfielder Luis Gatty Ribeiro was sent off for kicking Juan Jayo in the face.

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