Brazil v Argentina being the most anticipated match of this day, which the visitors won with a goal from Nicolas Otamendi in the 63rd minute, in a rather agitated atmosphere for both fans, and which remained suspended for several minutes for security reasons.
On the other hand, Uruguay received the Bolivian team in Montevideo to defeat the visitors 3-0 with two goals from Darwin Nunez and the same goal from Gabriel Villamil in his own goal. Those led by Marcelo Bielsa have won 3 games in a row and occupy second position in the qualifying table.
In Quito, Ecuador, was local and played against Chile, securing the 3 points of the day at home in a fairly even match with Angel Mena's goal at 21 minutes.
The Venezuelan team travelled to Lima to face Ricardo Gareca's teams, in a stadium with a full house and where both rivals tied the scene of the night at one goal. Yotun in the 17th minute opened the scoring for those from Peru, while in the second half, at 54 minutes, Savarino would do the same to tie the score and share a point in this phase of the playoffs.
Finally, Colombia won as a visitor by the minimum (0-1) against the Paraguayan team in La Asuncion. At minute 11, Maury scored from a penalty to put the Colombians ahead on the scoreboard and take 3 points from the sixth day of the Conmebol qualifiers.
At the moment, the leading scorer is the Uruguayan Darwin Núñez with 5 goals, while the Ecuadorian Moises Caicedo is the top maker of assists so far in the qualifiers.
Argentina secures leadership for the remainder of 2023 with 15 points. The current world champion has won 4 of the last 5 matches played in the South American qualifiers.
The seventh date will be played in September 2024 with the following matches:
Uruguay v Paraguay
Bolivia v Venezuela
Brasil v Ecuador
Peru v Colombia
Argentina v Chile
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