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#1 2015-01-29 04:00:39

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just went off to the Sin Bin together

SALTA, Argentina -- Grenddy Adrian Perozo scored the game-tying goal in stoppage-time with the help of his goalkeeper as Venezuela rallied for a 3-3 draw with Paraguay in a thrilling Copa America Group B match Wednesday. Venezuela was trailing 3-1 but pulled one back in the 89th minute via Nicolas Fedor. Goalkeeper Renny Vicente Vega then rushed to the other end in the games last play and met a corner with an angled header to set up Perozos tying goal two minutes into stoppage time. The result was still good enough to get Paraguay through to the quarter-finals, eliminating Costa Rica from the South American competition. Venezuela had already advanced. The surprise of the tournament, Venezuela finished with five points in Group B, two more than a Paraguay squad that had three draws in the preliminary stage. Brazil and Ecuador will play the groups last match later Wednesday. The Brazilians have two points and need at least a draw to advance. Ecuador needs a win to progress. "This is a team that works hard, has put in lots of hours, played lots of games and is asking for respect," Venezuela coach Cesar Farias said. Farias offered reporters a 15-minute lecture after the match, upset that his team is often written off as the weakest in Latin America. Fedor scored from inside the area with a low right-footer to put Venezuela back in the game, then Vega left his goal to help complete the comeback. He jumped high among several defenders and his own teammates and redirected the ball toward the net. Perozo came running in and easily headed it past Paraguay goalkeeper Justo Villar. Vega celebrated as if he had scored the goal himself, running around the field while the other Venezuelans tried to catch him. "We cant explain this," Paraguay striker Lucas Barrios said of Venezuelas late comeback. "In five minutes, they scored two goals. We leave with a sour taste in our mouth." Venezuela had opened the scoring at the Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena with striker Jose Salomon Rondons right-footer from the top of the area in the fourth minute. Paraguay scored the next three goals, starting with right back Antolin Alcaraz close-range shot in the 32nd minute. Striker Lucas Barrios scored from close range before Christian Riveros gave Paraguay a two-goal cushion with a header in the 85th minute. But Venezuela hit back late. Usually the team expected to lose every time in South American competition, the Venezuelans have been playing consistently well in this tournament. Paraguays attack was disjointed and was weakened when leading striker Roque Santa Cruz was replaced by Nelson Haedo Valdez in the 42nd because of injury. Santa Cruz had scored against Brazil to become Paraguays all-time leading scorer with 25 goals, equal with Jose Cardozo. The Paraguayans had a 2-1 lead against defending champion Brazil 2-1 last Saturday until conceding a late equalizer. Joe DiMaggio Jersey . -- Jacksonville Jaguars rookie receiver Marqise Lee has agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth more than $5 million. Brian Roberts Jersey . Darvish is scheduled to make his season debut Sunday at Tampa Bay after getting through an extended bullpen session without any issues. http://www.mlbyankeesjerseysteamshop.co … ns-jersey/ .ca! Hi Kerry, I love the column, keep up the good work! It doesnt make me more sympathetic to bad calls by the refs, but it sure explains a lot! On Tuesday, Zach Bogosian and Lars Eller just went off to the Sin Bin together - Bogosian for interference and Eller for embellishment. Alfonso Soriano Shirts . -- Chris Wondolowski scored his 10th goal of the season and the San Jose Earthquakes made it stand for a 1-0 victory against the Colorado Rapids on Wednesday. Austin Romine Jersey . -- One game. After a season featuring more losses than wins, thats all that separates the New York Knicks and the final post-season spot in the weak Eastern Conference standings.RENNES, France -- Marseille ended a five-match losing streak in all competitions by drawing 1-1 with Rennes in the French league on Saturday. Rennes striker Nelson Oliveira pounced on a miscued clearance from Marseille fullback Jeremy Morel to fire home a powerful strike from the edge of the box in the ninth minute for his seventh goal this season. But Marseille forward Jordan Ayew levelled by converting a low cross from Kassim Abdallah in thhe 16th.dddddddddddd Marseille provisionally climbed to fifth place, five points behind third-place Lille. Later Saturday, its: Ajaccio vs. Valenciennes; Evian vs. Toulouse; Lyon vs. Guingamp; Reims vs. Bastia; and Sochaux vs. Saint-Etienne. On Sunday, second-place Monaco visits Lille, Montpellier hosts Nantes and Nice faces Bordeaux. Paris Saint-Germain consolidated its lead atop the league by routing Lorient 4-0 on Friday. cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '

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