This day in history of Ronaldo
Nolbert Solano netted the tying goal in the 58th minute as Peru held five-time world champion Brazil to a 1-1 draw Sunday in a South American World Cup qualifying match.
The draw in Lima, Peru, gave Brazil seven points from three matches in the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign, the same as rival Argentina, which beat Bolivia 3-0 Saturday. Peru has four points.
On Wednesday, Peru visits Ecuador and Brazil hosts Uruguay.
In African qualifying, 11 teams have advanced from the preliminary round after second-leg games: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea, Liberia, Libya, Republic of Congo, Sudan, Togo and Uganda.
Rivaldo gave defending World Cup champion Brazil the lead in the 20th minute when he scored from the penalty spot, beating Peruvian goalkeeper Oscar Ibanez at Estadio Monumental.
Solano, who plays for Newcastle, leveled the score with a header off a well-placed through-pass from Guillermo Salas.
The Brazilians opened well, with AC Milan midfielder Kaka getting a shot on goal in the first minute. But play quickly evened out with both sides missing good opportunities.
Peru and Brazil have met six times in World Cup qualifying matches, with Brazil wining three and drawing three.