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Argentina holds on to five-point lead
June 8th, 2013 2:59AM

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[WORLD CUP 2014 QUALIFYING: South America] Argentina was held to a 0-0 tie by Colombia at home but maintained its five-point lead in the South American World Cup 2014 qualifying group when Ecuador fell to Peru, 1-0.

Chile's 2-1 win at Paraguay left the 2010 World Cup quarterfinalist in the basement with just eight points after 12 games.

Peru's win moved it into sixth place ahead of idle Uruguay, the reigning South American champion.

South America Results:
Peru 1 Ecuador 0
Paraguay 1 Chile  2
Argentina 0 Colombia 0  
Bolivia 1 Venezuela 1

South America Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
25 Argentina 7-4-1 24/8
20 Colombia  6-2-3 19//7
20 Ecuador 6-2-3 16/11
18 Chile 6-0-6 18/20
16 Venezuela 4-4-4 10/13
14 Peru 4-2-5 12/15
13 Uruguay 3-4-4 17/21
10 Bolivia 2-4-6 14/21
8 Paraguay 2-2-8 9/23

South America Schedule:
June 11
Colombia vs. Peru   
Ecuador vs. Argentina   
Venezuela vs. Uruguay   
Chile vs. Bolivia   



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