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05 Mar 2018
Brazil, Bolivia stay perfect in Peru
Only the Verdeamarela manages to secure all the points at stake, as La Verde clinch second consecutive win
Defending champions Brazil keep marching at the Copa America Fútbol Playa Perú 2018, following a stout win over Argentina in the South American most traditional Clásico.
After a goalless first period, Felipe, Fernando DDI, Lucas, José Da Cruz and Datinha had things rolling for the World Champions, dismantling the Albiceleste resistance and stretching to 53 their invincibility run.
In Group A, surprising Bolivia grasped a new win in the South American arena, bending Uruguay to secure the top spot in the group. Mauricio Eiffer, with his fourth goal in the competition, Luis Quinta and Eduardo Castedo had La Verde commanding over the Charrúa, who, with two goals by Nico Bella saw themselves behind coming into the final stages of the game.
In that last minutes, Bolivia secured the three points with two more hits by Dimas Garzón and José Miranda, confirming themselves as the biggest surprise in the competition.
In turn, Chile pulled themselves together after the terrible defeat to Paraguay yesterday, and managed to edge Colombia for their first win in the competition.
In the last game of the day, Ecuador earned one point in their debut, bending hosts Peru at the penalty kick shootout after a 3-3 draw by the end of the regular time. One more goal on each end in the extra time sent the game to the 9-meter decider.
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