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WATCH: Davinson Sanchez Lose His Rag After David Ospina Commits Huge Error

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WATCH: Davinson Sanchez Lose His Rag After David Ospina Commits Huge Error

While Brazil have booked their spot in the 2018 World Cup, with Uruguay effectively clinching a place, too, a bunch of other nations are fighting it out to qualify for the summer event, with David Ospina committing a huge error last night which could prove costly for Colombia.

Arsenal's Ospina was the center of attention following their 2-1 home defeat to Paraguay after committing a huge blunder between the sticks.

Paraguay's last-minute winner offers some glimmer of hope of qualifying for the World Cup, with Colombia missing out on guaranteeing their involvement.

After Ospina flapped at a low cross, the visitors subsequently netted a crucial goal which prompted Spurs' Davinson Sanchez to lose his shit.

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Needless to say, his outing caused outrage on social media.

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AS Monaco's Radamel Falcao handed the hosts a lead in the second half, though their joy was short lived after Oscar Cardozo leveled the game in the final minute of normal time.

It then went from bad to worse for Colombia. Ospina's error allowed Antonio Sanabria to easily slot home to grab all-three points deep into injury time.

The result leaves Colombia in fourth while Paraguay sit in seventh but still have a chance to gain a top five spot.

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Here's how the business end of the table looks following last nights results:

The final round of qualifying games will take place next week. Colombia face a tricky away trip to Peru who currently occupy the play-off spot. Chile face Brazil while Paraguay take on Venezuela.

The South America qualifying group is bonkers.

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Chile. Colombia. Peru. Argentina. Paraguay. Who goes to Russia?

Topics: Spurs, Colombia, Sanchez, Arsenal

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