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Tigres are flirting with Luis Suárez, the striker who has six months left on his contract with Atlético de Madrid. The felines took advantage of the call-up of their striker Nicolás López to the Uruguay national team to publish a photograph of the 'Diente' alongside the 'Pistolero'.
"Last night I had a dream, and what did you dream?" was the text posted by Tigres on their social networks. The phrase was accompanied by a photograph of Suárez and López together in the Uruguay national team training session.
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Uruguay gets ready for World Cup qualifiers
The Charrúas will play two vital matches in the Conmebol qualifiers for Qatar 2022 on this FIFA Date, which will be the presentation of Diego Alonso as Uruguayan coach after the departure of Óscar Washington Tabárez.
Uruguay's activity will begin this Thursday with their visit to Paraguay and will close next Tuesday when they will host Venezuela.
The Charrúa national team is currently out of the qualifying zone for Qatar 2022 in the Conmebol qualifiers. They are in seventh place with 16 points but are only one point away from fifth place, a playoff spot, and fourth place, occupied by Peru and Colombia, respectively.
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Charrúas need to win urgently
Uruguay goes into the fifteenth round of matches with four games without a win. After a 1-0 win over Ecuador, they played to a goalless draw against Colombia before suffering three defeats. They lost 4-1 to Brazil, then 1-0 to Argentina, and, finally, 3-0 to Bolivia, a result that cost Óscar Washington Tabárez his job.
On the other hand, 'Diente' López could make his debut with his country's senior team, as he had previously only been considered for Uruguay's U-20 team. However, the Apertura 2021 scoring championship, which he shared with Germán Berterame, propelled him to Diego Alonso's first call-up.