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Gallery: How did the Latin countries fare in the last World Cups?

We review how the Latin countries fared in the last World Cups, will they repeat luck in Qatar? .

Alexis Sánchez and Falcao García

Let's see how Latin America has fared in its last World Cups. Photo: LatinAmerican Post

LatinAmerican Post| Juan Manuel Londoño

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With the Qatar World Cup getting closer and closer, we decided to review how the Latin countries fared in the last World Cups. We have chosen to review each Conmebol team and their performance in the last World Cup in which they participated. For some countries, this would be the 2018 World Cup, which took place in Russia, but others have been lost for decades from this competition. Without further ado, let's see how Latin America has fared in its last World Cups.

 

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As we can see, the various Conmebol teams have not had the best World Cups lately. Will this be the edition in which we will see any of them in the semifinals or, better yet, in the quarterfinals? Only time will tell, but with teams as strong as Brazil (which has not lost a single knockout match) it is certain that we will see an entertaining World Cup from the members of Conmebol.