Talent-rich Uruguay can blame themselves for World Cup defeat

Talent-rich Uruguay can blame themselves for World Cup defeat

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Portugal employed a similar tactic in their 2–0 win in Lusail, hitting Uruguay early and denying them a chance to find rhythm and create chances.

Uruguay against Ghana on Friday were a transformed team, with Suarez, Nuñez, Facundo Pellistri and Giorgione de Arascetta confident and powerful in attack.

But for a team with a record of late turnarounds, Uruguay could be feeling sorry for the start of their sojourn in Qatar for years to come.

“We found our way. We were brave, we had the ball, we had no fear,” Alonso said of Friday’s exit from the win.

“Of course I would have liked to see this version of Uruguay first, but it happened. My players broke their backs, they gave their all.”

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