Rovers forward Ben Brereton followed up his impressive full debut with another promising performance, assisting Chile’s goal in their draw with Uruguay.
Brereton was rewarded with a second successive start after scoring last time out against Bolivia, and he rewarded the faith shown in him by assisting Eduardo Vargas’ goal.
An Arturo Vidal own goal levelled the scores in the second half, with the sides sharing the spoils, leaving Chile top of Group A in the Copa America – although that is expected to change when Argentina face Paraguay in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The goal involvement takes Brereton’s goal involvements to four in his last six matches (three goals and one assist) for club and country.
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It has been a strong couple of months for the 22-year-old forward, who has shown plenty of signs that he is capable of playing a key role in the Rovers side heading into next season.
Chile play their final match of the group stage in the early hours of Friday morning, with their spot in the knockout stages all but confirmed.
Congratulations to Ben, and long may it continue.
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