Brazil World preliminary 32 games unbeaten!Argentina’s 29 unbeaten matches make it the longest unbeaten team ever

2022-08-06 0 By

According to Babo Sports (big five leagues, Champions League, World Cup, etc.), Brazil is back on track after being held to a 1-1 draw by Ecuador in the last round away from home.Goals from Rafinha, Coutinho, Anthony and Rodrigo gave Brazil a 4-0 home victory over Paraguay to keep their record at home in this World Cup qualifying campaign.As Carlo Scaroni’s Argentina went on a 29-game unbeaten run, Brazil’s national team produced their own impressive numbers.With a 4-0 thrashing of Paraguay, Brazil surpassed their own record, set in 1993, to become the first South American team to go 32 matches unbeaten in a qualifying tournament.At the top of the South American qualifying table, Brazil remain unbeaten with 12 wins and 3 draws in 15 games. The team has 39 points, four more than second-placed Argentina.In goal, Brazil scored 32 goals, nine more than Argentina.Brazil conceded only five goals, two fewer than Argentina.According to Brazilian media reports, FIFA will hold a meeting on February 9 to decide what to do about last year’s suspended Match between Brazil and Argentina.A World Cup qualifier at home to Argentina last September had to be abandoned five minutes into the match after Brazilian health officials intervened and ruled that Argentina’s Martinez, Loselso, C Romero and Buendia were ineligible to play.The game was then stopped.FIFA has only now decided to resolve the aftermath of the match.This is to avoid a further conflict, as Brazil and Argentina have already qualified and are so dominant in the standings that a replay, cancellation of the match, or deduction of points for either team will not affect their progress.29 games unbeaten!Although Argentina have already qualified, they have continued their winning streak in World Cup qualifying, according to Babo Sports.In this round of qualifying, they beat Colombia 1-0 thanks to a goal from Luttaro and are now unbeaten in 29 matches.In 29 matches, Argentina has won 19 and drawn 10.Argentina now has the world’s most unbeaten national team, nine more than England (16 wins, four draws) and 11 more than France (12 wins, six draws).In addition, Argentina have scored 35 points in this qualifying tournament, their second-best result since qualifying for the 2002 World Cup.Argentina’s 35 points tally of 10 wins and 5 draws from 15 games is second only to the 43 points scored in the 2002 World Cup qualifiers in the last 20 years, with two games left to play.