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Jeers for Brazil coach after 0-0 tie
June 19th, 2008 7AM

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[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Brazil's troubles continued as it was held scoreless for the third straight game and had to settle for a 0-0 tie with archrival Argentina in South America's World Cup 2010 qualifying tournament on Wednesday.

Brazil coach Dunga was jeered and insulted by the crowd in Belo Horizonte, where Argentina had the better of play and could have won by for a double miss by forward Lionel Messi in stoppage time.

Brazil lost to Paraguay, 2-0, in qualifying last weekend and fell to Venezuela, 2-0, in a friendly played in Foxboro, Mass., on June 6. The loss was Brazil's first ever to Venezuela.

SOUTH AMERICA QUALIFYING
June 18

Bolivia 4 (Botero 23, 70, Garcia 25, Martins 76) Paraguay 2 (Santa Cruz 66, Valdez 83).
Ecuador 0 Colombia 0.
Brazil 0 Argentina 0.
June 17
Uruguay 6 (Forlan 8, pen. 38, 57, Bueno 61, 69, Abreu 90) Peru 0.
Standings: Paraguay 13 points; Argentina 11; Colombia 10; Brazil 9; Uruguay 8; Venezuela, Chile 7; Ecuador 5; Bolivia 4; Peru 3.



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