Argentina-Uruguay preview: the results of the last 15 games

The Argentine National Team will receive Uruguay tonight, starting at 8 pm. The meeting will be played at the Monumental stadium and will be the second commitment that the team of Lionel Scaloni will play with the public in the South American qualifiers.

These were the results of the last 15 meetings between Argentina-Uruguay, according to a report by the Argentine Football Association (AFA):

– 07/16/2003 Argentina 2 – Uruguay 2 – Friendly – Ciudad de La Plata Stadium (Argentina)

Goals Argentina: Diego Milito twice

Uruguay Goals: Javier Chevantón and Gabriel Milito, against.

– 08/20/2003 Uruguay 2 – Argentina 3 – Friendly – Artemio Franchi Stadium (Florence – Italy)

Goals of Argentina: Juan Sebastián Verón, Walter Samuel and Andrés D´Alessandro

Uruguay goals: Diego Forlán and Álvaro Recoba

– 07/13/2004 Argentina 4 – Uruguay 2 – Copa América – Miguel Grau Stadium (Piura – Peru)

Goals Argentina: Cristian González, Roberto Ayala and Luciano Figueroa, twice

Uruguay Goals: Fabián Estoyanoff and Vicente Sánchez

– 10/09/2004 Argentina 4 – Uruguay 2 – Qualifiers – Antonio Vespucio Liberti Stadium (Buenos Aires – Argentina)

Goals from Argentina: Luis González, Luciano Figueroa, twice, and Javier Zanetti
Uruguay goals: Cristian Rodríguez and Javier Chevantón

– 10/12/2005 Uruguay 1 – Argentina 0 – Qualifiers – Centenario Stadium (Montevideo – Uruguay)

Uruguay goal: Álvaro Recoba

– 10/11/2008 Argentina 2 – Uruguay 1- Qualifiers – Antonio Vespucio Liberti Stadium (Buenos Aires – Argentina)

Goals of Argentina: Sergio Agüero and Lionel Messi

Uruguay Goals: Diego Lugano

– 10/14/2009 Uruguay 0 – Argentina 1- Qualifiers – Centenario Stadium (Montevideo – Uruguay)

Argentina goal: Mario Bolatti

– 07/16/2011 Argentina 1 (4) – Uruguay 1 (5) – Copa América – Brigadier Gral. Estanislao López (Santa Fe – Argentina)

Argentina goal: Gonzalo Higuaín

Uruguay goal: Diego Pérez

Incidents: Uruguay qualified for the semifinals of the tournament by defeating Argentina 5-4 in the penalty shootout.

– 10/12/2012 Argentina 3 – Uruguay 0 – Qualifiers – Malvinas Argentinas Stadium (Mendoza – Argentina)

Argentina goals: Lionel Messi, twice, and Sergio Agüero

– 10/15/2013 Uruguay 3 – Argentina 2 – Qualifiers – Centenario Stadium (Montevideo – Uruguay)

Uruguay goals: Edinson Cavani, Luis Suárez and Cristian Rodríguez

Goals of Argentina: Maximiliano Rodríguez twice

– 06/16/2015 Argentina 1 – Uruguay 0 – America’s Cup – La Portada Stadium (La Serena – Chile)

Argentina goal: Sergio Agüero

– 09/01/2016 Argentina 1 – Uruguay 0 – Qualifiers – Malvinas Argentina (Mendoza – Argentina)

– 08/31/2017 Uruguay 0 – Argentina 0 – Qualifiers – Centenario Stadium (Montevideo – Uruguay)

– 18/11/2019 Argentina 2 – Uruguay 2 – Amistoso – Bloomfield Stadium (Tel Aviv – Israel)

Goals of Argentina: Sergio Agüero and Lionel Messi

Uruguay goals: Edinson Cavani and Luis Suárez

– 18/06/2021 Argentina 1 – Uruguay 0 – Copa América 2021 – Estadio Nacional Mané Garrincha (Brasilia – Brazil)


-First match: on July 20, 1902, Argentina played the first international match in its history against Uruguay in Montevideo. It was a 6-0 victory for the national team.

-Biggest win: on October 10, 1916, at the Racing Club stadium, Argentina beat Uruguay 7-2 in a match for the Copa Círculo de Prensa.

-Lipton Cup: it was a contest that faced the teams of Argentina and Uruguay from 1905 to 1973. In total, 22 matches were played, of which the national team obtained eight victories, eight draws and six defeats. The name of the competition was in honor of Sir Thomas Lipton, a renowned English sportsman, who donated the trophy.

-Olympic goal: on October 2, 1924, Argentina beat Uruguay 2-1, flaming champion of the Paris 1924 Olympic Games. Cesáreo Onzari, Argentine player, executed a corner kick from the left with an effect that ended in a goal. Because of the rival to whom he was converted, the press at that time dubbed him an “Olympic goal.”

-Celeste and white: on September 13, 1908, Argentina used the albiceleste shirt for the first time against Uruguay. The match ended 2-1 in favor of the national team.

-Cup Newton: it was a contest that faced Argentina and Uruguay in 23 matches. The Selection obtained twelve victories, four draws and seven defeats. The trophy was donated by Dr. Nicanor Newton.

-15 years: between 1989 and 2004, Argentina did not lose to Uruguay, being the longest undefeated streak in history between both teams.

-Scopers of the current Argentine squad: Lionel Messi scored four goals for Uruguay, while Sergio Agüero scored three goals.

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