The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) took advantage of the stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic and chose the 10 best goals of the World Cup Qualifiers, scored during the 4 days that have been disputed.
In those 20 games, 67 goals were converted.
In number 1 appears the goal that Arturo Vidal scored, for Chile, to Peru in the Pacific Classic.
In 2nd place was the goal of the Ecuadorian Gonzalo Plata against Colombia.
Third is Darwin Nuñez’s goal for Uruguay, also against the Colombian team.
André Carrillo, the scorer for Peru and the Qualifiers, appears in 4th place with his goal against Brazil on the 2nd date.
Fifth figure Lautaro Martínez with his goal for Argentina against Peru.
Top 10 goals in the South American Qualifiers
1-Arturo Vidal (Chile) vs. Peru
2-Gonzalo Plata (Ecuador) vs. Colombia
3-Darwin Núñez (Uruguay) vs. Colombia
4-André Carrillo (Peru) vs. Brazil
5-Lautaro Martínez (Argentina) vs. Peru
6-Ángel Mena (Ecuador) vs. Bolivia
7-Michael Estrada (Ecuador) vs. Uruguay
8-Marcelo Martins (Bolivia) vs. Paraguay
9-Maxi Gómez (Uruguay) vs. Chile
10-Richarlison (Brazil) vs. Uruguay