Manchester United football club of England midfield maestro Fred was exceptional for Brazil national team on Friday, as he guided them to a convincing 4-1 victory over Uruguay in the CONCACAF FIFA World Cup qualifier.
The former Shakhtah Donetsk football club star retained his spot in the home team starting eleven and he was outstanding throughout the whole duration of the game.
The 28 years old started in his team's midfield alongside Liverpool star Fabinho and the duo were able to guide the host to a deserved victory.
Neymar Junior opened scoring for Brazil in the 10th minutes after receiving a beautiful assist from Fred and Raphinha doubled the lead in the 18th minutes to end the first half 2-0.
The Leeds United star scored his second goal of the game in the 58th minutes while Luis Suarez netted a goal for the away team before Gabriel Barbosa completed the scores in the 83rd minutes to end the match 4-1.
Fred was exceptional for Brazil national team throughout the game, and he was able to mark his excellent performance with an assist.
The 4-1 victory over Uruguay national team now means Brazil just need one more win to book their spot in next year's FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
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