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 By Tim Vickery

Brazil go second while Messi-less Argentina are well held by Venezuela

An Argentina side without Lionel Messi mounted a second-half comeback to earn a 2-2 draw against Venezuela.

With eight rounds completed, Uruguay are the leaders of South America's World Cup qualification campaign, a point clear of Brazil and Argentina.

There is a traditional look, then, to the qualification table, with the top three places taken by the sides who between them share nine World Cup wins.

But part of the story of a fascinating night's action went the other way, stressing just how tight and well balanced things have now become in a gripping campaign. Because this was the night when Argentina...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Argentina rally late to draw with Venezuela, Neymar wins it for Brazil

An Argentina side without Lionel Messi mounted a second-half comeback to earn a 2-2 draw against Venezuela.

CONMEBOL minnows Venezuela nearly pulled off a shock win against a Leo Messi-less Argentina, drawing 2-2 in Merida on Tuesday night.

Goals from Juanpi and Josef Martinez had the hosts two up with just over half an hour to play, but Edgardo Bauza's men eventually fought their way into the match.

Atletico Mineiro forward Lucas Pratto brought Argentina back into the game with a well-taken strike, before Nicolas Otamendi's 83rd minute effort ensured that La Albiceleste left Venezuela...

 By PA Sport

Pratto, Otamendi help Argentina rally to late draw with Venezuela

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An Argentina side without Lionel Messi mounted a second-half comeback to earn a 2-2 draw against Venezuela.

Argentina had to come from two goals down to secure a 2-2 draw with Venezuela in their World Cup qualifying clash in Merida.

Goals from Juanpi and Josef Martinez saw the hosts leading 2-0 eight minutes into the second half but Edgardo Bauza's men battled back against the struggling hosts, who had taken just a point from their previous seven matches.

Lucas Pratto gave La Albiceleste a lifeline when he pulled a goal back in the 58th minute before Nicolas Otamendi levelled seven minutes from time to...