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Tite's centre-forward dilemma

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Argentina's World Cup place in jeopardy, Brazil through to finals

Bolivia took advantage of Lionel Messi's suspension, claiming a 2-0 victory against Argentina in La Paz.
The FC panel assess the four-match ban handed to Lionel Messi by FIFA and question whether the punishment fits the crime.
Alejandro Moreno discusses the impact of Lionel Messi's 4-match ban on Argentina's World Cup qualifying campaign.

ARGENTINA: Bolivia took advantage of Lionel Messi's absence to claim a comfortable 2-0 victory, harming Argentina's hopes of World Cup qualification in La Paz on Tuesday.

- Head coach Edgardo Bauza criticised FIFA for handing Lionel Messi a four-game suspension hours before the game, while Barcelona have released a statement expressing their "surprise and indignation" at FIFA's decision.

- Tim Vickery explains how Argentina find themselves in this predicament

- It comes after...

 By Chris Wright

Brazil legend Ronaldinho releases his first solo single

With his professional football career now seemingly done and dusted, Ronaldinho has freed himself up to fully pursue his other main passion in life: his music.

Indeed, having appeared as a guest on several records in the past, the 37-year-old has proudly unveiled his very first self-penned ditty -- a lilting samba ballad called "Sozinho" which translates as "Alone".

The lyrics appear to be of a personal nature, with Ronaldinho crooning: "Me, now alone. I do not feel weaker or stronger but who knows...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil through to 2018 World Cup while Uruguay and Argentina fret

Brazil continue their stellar World Cup qualifying campaign with a 3-0 win over Paraguay.
Edgardo Bauza is unimpressed with the suspension of Lionel Messi, citing it as a reason for Argentina's loss to Bolivia.
New Brazil captain Neymar says the team is full of high quality players, and not just himself.

In stoppage time of the last game of the round, Uruguay captain Diego Godin headed a free kick against the Peruvian bar. It came down, from the Uruguayan point of view, on the wrong side of the line. They lost 2-1, and as a result of that, Brazil became the first team to qualify for Russia 2018.

Earlier in the evening Brazil had beaten Paraguay 3-0. It was their eighth consecutive victory, all of them since coach Tite took command of a struggling side.

Paraguay did not make it easy for them in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Lionel Messi gets four-game ban, Neymar's Barcelona commitment

Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson try to make sense of emerging rumours linking Neymar to Manchester United.

ARGENTINA: FIFA has banned Lionel Messi for four matches after ruling that the Argentina forward verbally abused a match official in a World Cup qualifying game against Chile.

BARCELONA: Neymar has reaffirmed his commitment to Barcelona amid speculation in Spain that Manchester United are keen to acquire his services.

MAN UNITEDJose Mourinho is "unlucky" not to see his side competing for the Premier League title this season, according to former Old Trafford boss...

Brazil and U.S. resurgent while Alexis Sanchez lashes out: Heroes & Villains

Shaka Hislop talks which of England's strikers will most likely feature in the 2018 World Cup next summer.

It may be another international break, but with World Cup qualifiers raging all over the globe, there's still plenty at stake. Iain Macintosh runs through the good and the bad of the action as teams jostle for position on the road to Russia 2018.

HEROES

Brazil haven't quite qualified for the 2018 World Cup yet, but if they were to place a bulk order of "Teach Yourself Russian" books this week, they wouldn't have to worry too much about keeping the receipt safe. Their away trip to second place...

 By Tim Vickery

Tite's Brazil pass another test with superb comeback win over Uruguay

Steve Nicol expresses surprise in Brazil's defensive improvement under Tite, made evident in their win at Uruguay.
Paulinho admitted his surprise after scoring a hat-trick against Uruguay in their World Cup Qualifier in Montevideo.

Brazil are not yet mathematically over the line -- it is still possible to draw up a sequence of results that would leave them in sixth place, meaning they'd miss the trip to the World Cup in Russia next year. But effectively they are home and dry after their series of consecutive wins under coach Tite stretched to seven -- and the latest was the most impressive of the lot.

There was one test that Tite's men had yet to pass -- how would they react to going a goal down? It happened Thursday against...