The Paris Saint-Germain striker believes la Celeste must treat all of their remaining qualification matches with equal importance if they are to secure their passage to BrazilEdinson Cavani says every Uruguay fixture will have the intensity of a final ahead of two crucial World Cup qualifying clashes with Peru and Colombia.
Oscar Tabarez's men, who sit fifth in the Conembol standings, have endured a tougher campaign than initially expected.
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He told reporters: "I don't want to say which match is more important. For Uruguay, every match is a final.
"We have the weapons to fight against them. The important thing is not to think about the others, but to win to be closer to our goal.
"We must not have negative thinkings. If we lose, we will see how we deal with that, but we are going to jump into the field to win the game. That is the goal of everybody here."
Uruguay travel to Peru on September 6, before hosting Colombia four days later.