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Bolivia wins 6-1 against Argentina in World Cup qualifier
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08:39, April 02, 2009

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In a historical date, Bolivian national soccer team won on Wednesday 6-1 over its Argentine counterpart in the 12th date of the South American qualifying for the World Cup South Africa 2010.

Argentine coach Diego Maradona recognized that Bolivia was better in all the match and at any moment he made reference to the controversial issues of La Paz' altitude (3,600 meter over the sea).

"The players played according to what Bolivia set and the rival did things better and that is all. Bolivia defined all it had to define making goals," Maradona said.

Argentina was weak and it suffered a humiliating defeat, which is the worse debacle in its history.

Joaquin Botero scored three goals for Bolivia at minutes 33, 56and 66.

Marcelo Martins scored at minute 11, Alex Da Rosa scored another at minute 45 and Didi Torrico made the last goal for Bolivia.

Meanwhile, Luis Gonzalez scored the lone goal for Argentina at minute 1.

Currently Argentina has 19 points and Bolivia is in second to last place with 12 points at the qualifying tournament.

Source:Xinhua



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