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Venezuela thrashes Bolivia 4-1 with Pékerman at the helm

The Pékerman era began and there is no going back. The Venezuelan national team beat Bolivia 4-1 on Friday, led by Venezuelan Cesar Farías. Although the team does not have the opportunity to go to the World Cup in Qatar this year, it is a large-scale boost for Néstor José Pékerman's project to be executed perfectly.

Three goals scored by Salomón Rondón (25', 35' and 67') and another by Darwin Machís (55') was how the Vinotinto enlightened on its return to the South American qualifiers. With this victory, the Argentine coach makes his debut on the bench with the Venezuelan team, giving a strong blow of hope to the fans of this sport.

Bruno Miranda (38´) was in charge of adding to the scoreboard in favor of the Bolivian team.

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Those led by Farías had surprised during the pre-World Cup and showed a lot of confidence in their previous duels, however, Rondón's first goal left Bolivian goalkeeper Carlos Lampe speechless and his teammates immediately collapsed.

Martins, Bolivia's top attacker, had very clear intentions and was to introduce the ball into the Venezuelan goal protected by Wuilker Fariñez, despite this the Venezuelan team prevented him from achieving his goal.

Leonel Justiniano was expelled by the referee at minute 60 of the match and leaving the green team at a disadvantage with 10 men against a red wine thirsty for goals.

Telasco Segovia and Yerson Chacón played for the first time wearing the national team jersey. Both 18-year-olds attended the first module at the CNAR in Margarita.

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