Eduardo Berizzo announced the list of players called up from Paraguay, to face the triple date of the South American Qualifiers to Qatar 2022, in which he will have to face Argentina, Chile and Peru, and David Martínez will finally not be part of the game.
The defender still could not add minutes in the Millionaire since his return from the call to the previous Albirroja. In the previous match against Newell’s, on September 15, he presented a discomfort and then the grade I injury in his left quadriceps was confirmed, which also excluded him from this Sunday’s superclassic in which River beat Boca 2-1 in the Monumental.
For his part, the one who is on the Toto list is Robert Rojas. The center-back had a great game against Xeneize and it will be one of the casualties that Gallardo will have to visit Banfield for date 15 of the Professional League, next Saturday, October 9 at Florencio Sola.
Another defender that Berizzo will not be able to count on is the Brondby man, Blas Riveros, who will not come at the disposal of his club.
The footballer is coming off a recovery after a ligament injury in his left knee and just had minutes in the Reserve category, so it would be a reason not to undertake a trip to Paraguay.
Archers: Antony Silva (Puebla – MEX), Alfredo Aguilar (Olimpia) and Gerardo Ortiz (Once Caldas – COL)
Defenders: Robert Rojas (River Plate -ARG), Fabián Balbuena (West Ham – ING), Gustavo Gómez (Palmeiras – BRA), Júnior Alonso (Atlético Mineiro – BRA), Omar Alderete (Hertha Berlin – AL), Juan Escobar (Cruz Azul – MEX), Santiago Arzamendia (Cadiz-ESP) and Marcos Cáceres (Guaraní).
Midfielders: Richard Sánchez (America – MEX), Gastón Giménez (Chicago Fire – USA), Mathías Villasanti (Gremio -BRA), Alejandro Romero Gamarra (Al-Taawoun FC -AS), Jorge Morel (Lanús), Ángel Cardozo Lucena (Cerro Porteño) , Hugo Martínez (Libertad), Julio Enciso (Libertad) and José Florentín (Guaraní)
Forwards: Carlos González (Tigres – MEX), Braian Samudio, (Rizespor – TUR), Luis Amarilla (LDU Quito – ECU), Miguel Almirón (Newcastle – ING), Antonio Sanabria (Torino -ITA), Hernán Pérez (Al Ahli Doha-QAT ) and Óscar Cardozo (Libertad).