Uruguay vs. Brazil, today LIVE for the Qualifiers: Darwin Núñez started the game for Bielsa’s team and Neymar was injured

Aroma of a great game in Montevideo. For the fourth date of the South American Qualifiers heading to World Cup 2026, Uruguay receives Brazil at the Centenario Stadium. Fernando Diniz’s Verdeamarela comes from tying against Venezuela at home, while Celeste’s Marcelo Bielsa tied with Colombia as a visitor. The match started at 9:00 p.m. (Argentina time) and can be seen live on TyC Sports. I continued the day in Olé: preview, minute by minute, videos and more.

Uruguay vs. Brazil, today LIVE ONLINE for Qualifiers

7′ ST | Nico De La Cruz tried with a mid-distance free kick

The second half began in the Centennial!

VIDEO | Neymar’s injury and departure on a stretcher

Neymar, who had started in Brazil against Uruguay at the Centenario stadium, worried the Verdeamarela at the end of the first half after a play with Nicolás de la Cruz. The player from River went to dispute the ball with his opponent, in the middle of the field, and there was slight contact. The Al Hilal footballer lost his stability, stepped wrong, fell to the floor and immediately grabbed his left knee. Read more.

The numbers of the first 45 minutes

  • Possession: 34% for Uruguay vs. 66% for Brazil
  • Archery: 1 for Uruguay vs. 0 for Brazil
  • Shots: 1 for Uruguay vs. 0 for Brazil
  • Fouls committed: 12 for Uruguay vs. 7 for Brazil
  • Corners: 0 for Uruguay vs. 0 for Brazil

VIDEO | This was Darwin Núñez’s goal to make it 1-0 against Brazil

The first half ended: Uruguay 1 – Brazil

45+5′ PT | First yellow card in Brazil: Vinicius for an infringement on Nández

45+2′ PT | Neymar out due to injury: Richarlison came in his place

45′ PT | The referee added three more minutes

42′ PT | Uruguay goal: Darwin Núñez, header

40′ PT | Brazil can’t find a way to get into Uruguay’s defense

27′ PT | Gabriel Jesus entered the area with a pure dribble, but he was never able to get the shot off.

25′ PT | The match continues without clear scoring opportunities

20′ PT | Second yellow in Uruguay: Darwin Núñez for a very hard kick on Rodrygo

15′ PT | Parity continues in the Centennial: Uruguay 0 – Brazil 0

10′ PT | Bielsa’s team presses well and makes the game difficult for Brazil

9′ PT | Yellow card for Ronald Araújo in Uruguay

5′ PT | Brazil handles the ball, but in its own field

Uruguay and Brazil are already playing!

Within the framework of the fourth date of the South American Qualifiers, the Celeste receives the Verdeamarela at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo. I followed the minute by minute here, in Olé.

The players from Uruguay and Brazil take to the field of play

Rochet warming up

Neymar and Rodrygo warming up at the Centenary

Brazil’s 11

Fernando Diniz defined this formation to play in the Centenario: Ederson; Yan Couto, Marquinhos, Gabriel Magalhaes, Carlos Augusto; Casemiro, Bruno Guimaraes; Rodrygo, Neymar, Vinicius Jr.; y Gabriel Jesus.

The 11 of the Celeste

Official, the 11 that Bielsa puts for Uruguay: Rochet; Nandez, R. Araujo, Caceres, Olivera; Valverde, Ugarte, From the Cross; Pellistri, Nunez and M. Araujo.

The Centenario home locker room is ready for the game

All the games that Bielsa directed against Brazil

  • Argentina 1-2 Brazil, 7/12/1999 (Copa América 1999, quarterfinals)
  • Argentina 2-0 Brazil, 4/9/1999 (Friendly in ARG)
  • Brazil 4-2 Argentina, 9/7/1999 (Friendly in BRA)
  • Brazil 3-1 Argentina, 7/27/2000 (2002 Qualifiers)
  • Argentina 2-1 Brazil, 9/6/2001 (2002 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 3-1 Argentina, 6/2/2004 (2006 Qualifiers)
  • Argentina 2(2)-2(4) Brazil, 25/7/2004 (Copa América 2004, final)
  • Chile 0-3 Brazil, 9/8/2009 (2010 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 4-2 Chile, 9/10/2009 (2010 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 3-0 Chile, 6/28/2010 (World Cup 2010, 8th round)

The 12 games that Uruguay has gone without beating Brazil

  • Brazil 3-3 Uruguay, 11/18/2003 (2006 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 1(5)-1(3) Uruguay, 7/21/2004 (Copa América 2004)
  • Uruguay 1-1 Brazil, 3/30/2005 (2006 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 2(5)-2(4) Uruguay, 7/10/2007 (Copa América 2007)
  • Brazil 2-1 Uruguay, 11/21/2007 (2010 Qualifiers)
  • Uruguay 0-4 Brazil, 6/6/2009 (2009 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 2-1 Uruguay, 6/26/2013 (Confederations 2013)
  • Brazil 2-2 Uruguay, 3/25/2016 (2018 Qualifiers)
  • Uruguay 1-4 Brazil, 3/23/2017 (2018 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 1-0 Uruguay, 11/16/2018 (Friendly)
  • Uruguay 0-2 Brazil, 11/17/2020 (2022 Qualifiers)
  • Brazil 4-1 Uruguay, 10/14/2021 (2022 Qualifiers)

Uruguay and Bielsa, to end their streaks vs. Brazil

This duel can be special because La Celeste hopes to win a victory that means breaking a stigma: beating Brazil after 22 years and 12 games! The last time was in July 2001, a 1-0 qualifier for Korea-Japan in the Centennial with a goal from Federico Magallanes. Curiously, For Bielsa the statistics are similar. Because of the 10 games he led against the Brazilians he won two, drew one and lost seven. And the last time he triumphed was in September 2001, in a 2-1 with Argentina also on the way to the 2002 World Cup. Afterwards, he was unable to win again on five occasions, in command of both the albiceleste and Chile. Read more.

PHOTO | This is what the Centenario stadium looks like at hours of the match between Uruguay and Brazil

The last matches of the Brazilian national team

  • Brazil 5 – Bolivia 1 | South American Qualifiers
  • Peru 0 – Brazil 1 | South American Qualifiers
  • Brazil 1 – Venezuela 1 | South American Qualifiers

The last matches of the Uruguayan national team

  • Uruguay 3 – Chile 1 | South American Qualifiers
  • Ecuador 2 – Uruguay 1 | South American Qualifiers
  • Colombia 2 – Uruguay 2 | South American Qualifiers

Uruguay vs. Brazil: time, TV and more

  • Day: Tuesday, October 17, 2023
  • Time: 21:00 (Argentina time)
  • Transmission: TyC Sports
  • Estadio: Centenario Stadium (Montevideo)

Referee: Alexis Herrera (VEN)

The latest history between Uruguay and Brazil

The legendary Centenario Stadium will be packed to watch the Celeste’s second game under the command of Marcelo Bielsa, who excites the fans and will try to break a very negative streak against the Brazilians. Uruguay’s last victory was in 2001 and since 2017 it has only lost.

The overall history between the two clearly favors the five-time world champions (38 matches won out of 78 played, against 20 celestial triumphs), although the balance is balanced if only the official matches are taken (17 Brazilian victories and 11 Uruguayan victories in 41 matches). .

VIDEO | Uruguay’s last game: 2-2 vs. Colombia

VIDEO | Brazil’s last match: 1-1 vs. Venezuela

How does Brazil get to the match with Uruguay?

Brazil gave up the lead in the Qualifiers by leaving two points on the road against Venezuela. In agonizing fashion and with a great goal, Vinotinto tied against Verdeamarela 1 to 1. In the last match, the Brazilian forward did not exactly show her best side. “We fail at things we shouldn’t have failed.”said Fernando Diniz after the meeting.

Diniz will not be able to count on the defender Danilowho was injured against Venezuela and added to the defensive losses that Brazil already had for physical reasons (including Vanderson, Danilo’s “natural” substitute).

How does Uruguay get into the match with Brazil?

On the third day, La Celeste equalized in agonizing fashion on their visit to Colombia. In Barranquilla, those led by Loco Bielsa tied against the Cafeteros by 2 to 2 with goals from Mathias Olivera y Darwin Núñez. James Rodríguez and Mateus Uribe converted for the Toto Lorenzo team.

The Charrúas must improve in the defensive zone, since at times they made water against Colombia. In the Celeste, the full-back Matías Viña, who has a good presence in Italian football, will be available again after serving a suspension date, and could join a defense to which Olivera, a Napoli defender, with high performance in the last date.

Brazil’s probable lineup to visit Uruguay

Brazil: Ederson; Yan Couto, Marquinhos, Gabriel Magalhaes, Guillerme Arana; André, Bruno Guimaraes; Rodrygo, Neymar, Vinicius Jr; Richarlison. DT: Fernando Diniz.

Possible formation of Uruguay to receive Brazil

Uruguay: Sergio Rochet; Ronald Araújo, Sebastian Caceres, Mathias Vina, Mathias Olivera; Federico Valverde, Manuel Ugarte, Nicholas of the Cross; Augustine Canobbio, Darwin Nunez, Maximilian Araújo. Coach: Marcelo Bielsa.

What time do Uruguay vs. play? Brazil, for the South American Qualifiers?

The match between Uruguay and Brazil will be played this Tuesday October 17 from the 9:00 p.m. (Argentina time) at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo.

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