FIFA.com reviews a weekend that saw Chile register a second successive away win to lead the South American standings, while a thriller in Montevideo sees Uruguay follow closely behind in the race for Brazil 2014.
Two late goals gave Chile a 2-0 victory in Venezuela and moved La Roja to the top of qualifying in South America, where Bolivia claimed their first win by beating Paraguay 3-1.
With leaders Argentina not in action, Chile, Venezuela and Uruguay can all knock La Albiceleste off the top of the South American Zone standings in Brazil 2014 qualifying.
Venezuela’s man of the moment, Jose Salomon Rondon, speaks exclusively to FIFA.com about his side’s impressive draw in Uruguay and the push for a place at Brazil 2014.
Matchday 5 of the South American qualifiers for Brazil 2014 proved to be a good one for Argentina, who moved to the top of the table thanks to their win and Venezuela’s draw with Uruguay.
Salomon Rondon scored in the 84th minute to snatch a 1-1 draw for Venezuela with Uruguay in South American qualifying for Brazil 2014, while Chile claimed a 2-0 win over Bolivia.