Netease Sports reported on October 9:
At 6:45 on October 9, Beijing time, the first round of the 2022 World Cup South American qualifiers ushered in a highlight. Uruguay wins 2-1 at home
In the 39th minute, Uruguay broke the deadlock. After watching the VAR, the referee sentenced the Chilean player to a handball in the penalty area. Suarez took a penalty kick. He easily fooled the goalkeeper to send the ball into the net.
In 54 minutes, Sanchez equalized for Chile. Aranguis made a straight pass, Sanchez made a right-footed shot in the middle of the penalty area, and the ball went into the bottom left corner of the goal.
In 87 minutes, Uruguay replaced the powerful center Maxi Gomez.
After 6 minutes, Maxi Gomez became a lore hero.
Uruguay's long pass was ejected from the backcourt. After Maxi Gomez stopped the ball in the arc in the penalty area, he made a low shot with his right foot and the ball was blasted into the lower right corner of the goal.
In the end, Uruguay beat Chile 2-1, ushering in a good start.