Cristopher Toselli deputised for Claudio Bravo, just after the first-choice Chile goalkeeper was left out in the squad resulting from household reasons.
Goalkeeper Cristopher Toselli came beneath fire from team-mate Arturo Vidal for his function in Chile’s shock 2-1 defeat to Paraguay in CONMEBOL Planet Cup qualifying.
Toselli deputised for Claudio Bravo in Asuncion on Thursday, following the first-choice keeper and captain was left out in the squad on account of loved ones causes.
As well as the 28-year-old Toselli was within the thick of it from the outset as Paraguay scored two targets inside the opening ten minutes through Oscar Romero and Paulo da Silva.
Vidal, who reduced the deficit within the 36th minute, was not content with Toselli’s keeping for the initial goal – Romero’s long-range stunner – on a frustrating evening for the South American champions, who saw Gary Medel receive a late red card.
“The 1st aim was Toselli’s fault, but football is like this,” Vidal mentioned.
“One will not would like to commit errors to drop games.
“They scored two swift goals, two errors, they got behind us for the reason that we respect them.
“We have a return match on Tuesday [against Bolivia] that we’ve got to win if we would like to reach up the table.”
Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi also raised concerns over Toselli’s keeping for the sixth-minute opener.
“I consider Toselli could have completed slightly bit a lot more within the first objective,” he added. “Then he had no troubles. He was excellent with his feet.”
As Chile – seventh in the standings just after seven matches – appear forward to Tuesday’s visit of Bolivia, Pizzi added: “We must concentrate around the good issues about this selection. This can be a wake-up contact.”