Colombia climbed into second place in South America's World Cup qualifying group after holding leaders Argentina 0-0 on Friday, while Chile did their chances of reaching the finals no harm with a win in Paraguay.
Colombia's goal difference puts them above Ecuador, who lost 1-0 to Peru in Lima, while Chile hold fourth spot after beating Paraguay 2-1. Venezuela clung to fifth despite giving away a late equaliser for a 1-1 draw against Bolivia at high altitude in La Paz.
United land Varela
London: David Moyes sealed his first signing as Manchester United manager on Friday as the Premier League champions confirmed the arrival of Uruguay defender Guillermo Varela.
'Iker ready to play'
Madrid: Spain manager Vicente del Bosque said that Iker Casillas is fit and desperate to play again for Spain. A hand injury kept the Real Madrid goalie out for two months, after which he failed to recover his place in the side.