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Brazil national team away team defeated Uruguay in the qualifying match of the 2018 world Cup with the score 4:1
A meeting of leaders of South American zone qualifying tournament of the 2018 world Cup ended in major field victory for Brazil over Uruguay with the score 4:1. Guests broke a 14-game unbeaten run Uruguayans in the world Cup qualifiers, which began in 2009.
The head coach of the Brazilian team Titus won a seventh consecutive victory in qualifying, setting a new record. Previously, the best result among the coaches, “they” belonged to Joao Saldanha, in the qualifying tournament of the world Cup 1970 winning six games in a row.
Titus succeeded Dunga as head coach of the national team of Brazil in June 2016. Under his leadership, the team won a total of eight wins in eight matches with a difference of scored and missed goals 22:2 . In the qualifying tournament for the 2018 world Cup has been beaten Ecuador (3:0), Colombia (2:1), Bolivia (5:0), Venezuela (2:0), Argentina (3:0), Peru (2:0) and Uruguay (4:1). Also in January 2017 Brazil in a friendly match defeated the national team of Colombia (1:0).