La Peruvian team will play a key match against Bolivia Thursday at 9:00 pm at the National Stadium for the Qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022. For this reason, Ricardo Gareca not only enlists his best starting eleven, but also rehearse different variants for possible stakeout during the match before the Bolivians.
It is worth mentioning that Gareca will not be able to count on Yoshimar Yotún by accumulating yellow cards. Thus, He analyzes starting with Christofer Gonzales on the inside from the left or switching to the tactical system with Christian Cueva playing hook.
Considering the alternatives he has in the substitute bench, the Argentine strategist could change the scheme to gain more aggressiveness in the attack. Definitely, the pair Jefferson Farfán and Gianluca Lapadula would be an interesting rethinking to play with two ends. Clearly, Foquita will be the player with the greatest freedom in the Peruvian forward.
On the other hand, Gareca has footballers to enter in different positions. Raziel García won the confidence of the Tiger and its characteristics are very similar to that of steering wheels. Secondly, Gabriel Costa, having a good time with Colo-Colo from Chile, will also be a spare part and can play left and right.
With the intention of take care of the result, El Tigre has players with a lot of aggressiveness in the brand. Wilder Cartagena, the times he was required to enter, always answered and gave order to the midfield. In addition, to be in optimal conditions, Pedro Aquino is a footballer with a good time and could play as a recovery midfielder.
Finally, there is a staking that does not need the player’s input, but can be given with positional changes. That is, the scheme 4-3-1-2. What would the distribution be like? Cueva would go on to play as hitch and André Carrillo as second forward. In this way, numerical superiority would be gained through the middle to reach the rival goal.