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Jimmy Baikovicius
Uruguay remain UFWC champions after Peru win

A second-half goal from Edinson Cavani was enough to give Uruguay a 1-0 win over Peru in this World Cup qualifier, sending Uruguay to the top of the CONMEBOL qualification table, and retaining their UFWC title and status as Unofficial Football World Champions. Cavani’s goal came in the 53rd minute, after his side had been second-best for much of the game. Luis Suarez was the creator, flicking the ball to Cavani, who smashed a…

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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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UFWC Copa America Preview

The 2015 Copa America – the 44th edition of the South American international football competition – gets underway today. Chile are the hosts, and Uruguay are the reigning Copa holders. Argentina and Colombia, both highly placed in Fifa’s rankings, will be among the favourites to win the tournament. But few pundits will discount the current Unofficial Football World Champions – Brazil.

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Argentina 3-1 Peru

Although this match was a 2014 World Cup qualifier, it was the Unofficial Football World Championships that provided most interest. Argentina had already qualified for the World Cup Finals in Brazil, while Peru had already been eliminated. So the UFWC title was the only thing that really mattered. In the end, a win for Argentina allowed them to retain their UFWC title and – thanks to Colombia’s draw with Chile – secure top spot in the WC qualifying table.

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Argentina without Messi for Peru match

It’s the penultimate matchday in the 2014 World Cup Qualification tournament, and both Argentina and Peru already know where they will be next summer. Argentina will be in Brazil, having qualified for the Finals courtesy of last month’s win over Paraguay. Peru, meanwhile, will have to watch the Finals at home on TV, having failed to qualify, and with no chance of even reaching the play-offs.

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