Category Archives: Match Reports

Jimmy Baikovicius
Uruguay take UFWC title from Chile

A comfortable World Cup qualifying for Uruguay over Chile saw Uruguay reclaim the UFWC title. Diego Godin, Alvaro Pereira and Martin Caceres were the scorers in a 3-0 win. The result brought to an end Chile’s five-match UFWC reign. Uruguay last held the title in June 2014, and once again become Unofficial Football World Champions.

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Chile retain UFWC title against Colombia

A World Cup qualifying stalemate saw Chile successfully defend their UFWC title against Colombia in Santiago. Arturo Vidal’s headed goal was cancelled out by James Rodriguez’s second half strike, but neither side could find a winner. Chile’s 100-percent World Cup Qualifying record came to an end, but they remain unbeaten, and remain Unofficial Football World Champions.

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Mark Morgan
Sanchez and Vargas fire Chile to UFWC win

Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas both scored braces as UFWC champions Chile defeated Peru in this eventful World Cup qualifier in Lima. Jefferson Farfan also scored two goals, and actually gave Peru the lead. But a first half sending-off meant that ten-man Peru weren’t able to hold on, in a game that was more one-sided than the scoreline might suggest.

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Chile prove UFWC credentials against Brazil

Chile got their World Cup qualification off to a great start in Santiago, and retained the UFWC title. It was a relatively straightforward win against a fairly toothless Brazil, who were without Neymar and looked to have lost their recent spark. Chile are the form team, and were favourites ahead of the match, so it was no surprise for UFWC-watchers to see the Unofficial Football World Champions prove their claim to that title.

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Francisco Osorio
Chile defeat Paraguay to retain UFWC title

Chile survived a major scare against Paraguay to retain the UFWC title in Santiago. After taking an early lead, Chile were pegged back, and the fell behind. But Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez proved to be the difference between the two sides, as Chile fought back to win, and remain Unofficial Football World Champions.

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