Peru’s one-for-one victory over Venezuela in the Qualifiers

Peru's one-for-one victory over Venezuela in the Qualifiers

For the Qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022, the Peruvian National Team defeated Bolivia 3-0 at the National Stadium. Ricardo Gareca’s team rounded off a great game and managed to add 14 points in the standings.

This is the analysis of the performance of Peruvian players in Buenos Aires.

Pedro Gallese (7)
The National Team was much superior to Bolivia but the times the Peruvian goalkeeper was demanded by the Bolivian attackers he always responded. In addition, it is key to order the defense.

Luis Advíncula (7)
The right-back was not required on the mark and was constantly on the attack. He was constantly associated with André Carrillo on the right.

Christian Ramos (7)
His performance has been growing with the Peruvian National Team and his understanding with Alexander Callens is important for the defensive order. He always won aerial duels.

Alexander Callens (7)
The Peruvian central only played the first half and was changed as a precaution thinking of Venezuela. Without a doubt, he had 45 very good minutes and neutralized forward Marcelo Martins without problems.

Miguel Trauco (7)
Without demanding the brand on the left wing, he found space and time to enable his teammates with his good technique. His understanding with Christian Cueva for the band was fundamental.

Renato Tapia (7)
Always attentive to win the second balls. Even at times he was encouraged to participate in prolonged possessions.

Christofer Gonzales (7)
His characteristics are different from Yoshimar Yotún and he served as an inside wheel on the left. He always stepped on the rival area and participated in the first goal of the Peruvian National Team.

Sergio Pena (7)
Without a doubt, he was the clearest of the Peruvian National Team in the midfield. His criteria allows him to leave his colleagues in better condition. Finally, he closed his great game with a great goal.

Christian Cueva (8)
The left winger was Peru’s best in the match and scored the second goal. His capacity for association and good individual duel always despaired Bolivians.

André Carillo (6)
Of the attackers he was the least participatory. However, his return is crucial and his understanding with Luis Advíncula was important.

Gianluca Lapadula (7)
The Italian-Peruvian scored his first goal in the Qualifiers with the Peruvian National Team. In addition, he played very well with his back to the rival goal.

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