Uruguay completed his fifth day of training at the Celeste Complex this Sunday, with his mind set on the matches against Paraguay Y Venezuela by South American Qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
This was the last one that took place before the footballers concentrated on a “bubble” this Monday. from which they will not leave at least until next June 9.
During this day, twelve footballers were under the command of Óscar Washington Tabárez and they exercised only in the morning.
They were goalkeeper Fernando Muslera; defenders José María Giménez, Diego Godín, Sebastián Coates, Ronald Araújo and Martín Cáceres; and midfielders Federico Valverde, Nahitán Nández, Matías Vecino, Lucas Torreira and Rodrigo Bentancur; and forward Luis Suárez.
According to information provided by the Uruguayan Soccer Association, the soccer players did work on the closed synthetic grass field and later carried out a movement on the open field.
In the next few days, Martín Campaña, Matías Viña, Fernando Gorriarán, Nicolás de la Cruz, Brian Rodríguez, Giorgian De Arrascaeta and Jonathan Rodríguez will arrive in Uruguay to join their teammates.
Sergio Rochet, Giovanni González, Joaquín Piquerez, Facundo Torres and Juan Ignacio Ramírez will also be incorporated, the five players summoned from the local media.
On Thursday June 3, Uruguay will host Paraguay at the Centenario Stadium. Five days later, La Celeste will face Venezuela at the Central University Olympic Stadium.
In these games, the Uruguayan team will not be able to count on the scorer Edinson cavani, who is suspended after seeing the red card in the match against Brazil the previous day.
With four knockout dates already played, Uruguay is in fifth position with six points, below Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador and Paraguay.