Now they play Peru against Australia LIVE: 0-0 for the qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar 2022

Peru v Australia for the play-offs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Peru and Australia The faces will be seen today, Monday, June 13, in a match for playoff for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The winner will integrate Group D of the Cup together with France, Denmark and Tunisia. The Peruvian team, sheltered by the encouragement of thousands of fans who came to Qatar to encourage them in this decisive duel, will seek their ranking for the second time in a row.

Fight for him playoff the world championship will be played from 13:00 (Peruvian time) and 21:00 (Qatar time). In 90 minutes, led by Ricardo Gareca will have over 33 million Peruvians in the foreground, waiting for a new qualification for the World Cup.

14 ′ Corner kick for Australia, but over the goal

12 ‘Christopher Gonzalez wanted to control, but could not hit the door of Australia.

11 ′ Free kick for Peru. Miguel Trauco will be executed

11 ′ Yellow card for Atkinson for a foul against Christian Cueva.

9 ′ Peru fails to steal the ball from Australia

7 ′ Once again, Duke was encouraged to shoot outside the zone and passed near the door of Pedro Galese.

5 ′ The ball is in the possession of Australia, but fails to cross the midfield.

4 ′ Miguel Trauco crosses for Gianluca Lapadula, but heads over the crossbar.

4 ′ Mitchell Duke hits him off the field in front of Pedro Galese’s goal and passes close to the right post

2 ′ Foul against Renato Tapia by Martin Boyle. Free kick for Peru.

1 ′ The match between Peru and Australia for the playoffs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has started

12:45: Less than 15 minutes separate us from the match between Peru and Australia. The people of Garets are ready to go out on the field and give everything on the field.

12:30: The Peruvian team came out to warm up and the stadium was blown away by the breath of Peruvian fans

Peru warms up before the duel with Australia VIDEO: Movistar Sports

12:20: Peruvian fans storm Ahmad bin Ali Stadium. About 15,000 fans support the Peruvian team with everything

Football Football - FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - Australia v Peru - Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar - 13 June 2022. Peru fans can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Australia v Peru – Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar – 13 June 2022. Peru fans can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football - FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - Australia v Peru - Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar - 13 June 2022. A Peruvian fan can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Australia v Peru – Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar – 13 June 2022. A Peruvian fan can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football - FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - Australia v Peru - Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar - 13 June 2022. A Peruvian fan can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Australia v Peru – Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar – 13 June 2022. A Peruvian fan can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football - FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - Australia v Peru - Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar - 13 June 2022. Peru fans can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Australia v Peru – Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar – 13 June 2022. Peru fans can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football - FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - Australia v Peru - Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar - 13 June 2022. Peru fans can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.
Football Football – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Australia v Peru – Al Rayyan Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar – 13 June 2022. Peru fans can be seen in the stands before the REUTERS / Mohammed Dabbous match.

12:00 Confirmed Australian squad for Peru: Ryan, Atkinson, Boyle, Lecle, Wright, Khrustik, Mui, Duke, Behich, Rawls, Irvine

Alienation of Australia against Peru for the playoffs
Alienation of Australia against Peru for the playoffs

11:50: Confirmed teams from Peru: Pedro Galese, Carlos Sambrano, Alexandre Calens, Miguel Trauco, Renato Tapia, Sergio Pena, Christopher Gonzalez, Andre Carillo, Christian Cueva, Gianluca Lapadula.

Confirmed equalizations of Peru against Australia
Confirmed equalizations of Peru against Australia

10:55 Peru leaves the concentration hotel and heads to the stadium for the match against Australia

Peru leaves the hotel for concentration and heads to the stadium VIDEO: Movistar Sports

10:35: Thousands of fans arrive at Ahmad bin Ali Stadium to applaud Peru’s national team

Fans in Qatar encourage Peru before the match against Australia VIDEO: ESPN

10:00 This is how the fans in Lima prepare before the playoffs in Peru

Peruvian fans encourage the team with everything before the repechage
Peruvian fans encourage the team with everything before the repechage

09:00 Yoshimar Yotun will not be the starter for Peru against Australia. This would form both teams in the playoffs

08:30: MisterChip prepares to analyze Peru against Australia in Qatar and shows its Peruvian shirt before the match

MisterChip promotes Peru before the match against Australia
MisterChip promotes Peru before the match against Australia

Peru and Australia will play at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in the city of Ryan, which today will host more than 10,000 fans who will support the Peruvian team from the stands of this modern sports colossus, which has a capacity of 40,000 people and is built on the ruins of its eponymous predecessor, built in 2003 for 21,000 spectators and demolished in 2015 before the World Cup. It is located in the city of Al Ryan, which borders the Qatari desert to the west.

The match from the playoffs of the World Cup will be Today is Monday, June 13a key date for the entire Peruvian team, concentrated in Qatar and surrounded by the encouragement of thousands of fans who arrived in Doha.

For PeruMovistar Deportes and Latina Televisión are responsible for broadcasting in Peru this important match, which determines the penultimate World Cup qualifier.

– Argentina: ESPN Argentina and Star +.

– Chile: TNT Sports.

– Bolivia: ESPN and Star +.

– Paradise: ESPN and Star +.

– Uruguay: ESPN and Star +.

– Colombia: ESPN and Star +.

– Ecuador: ESPN and Star +.

– Venezuela: ESPN and Star +.

– USA: FOX Sports, UNIVERSO NOW and Telemundo Deportes.

– Mexico: ESPN and Star +.

– Spain: fuboTV Spain and TDP.

The national team came after finishing fifth (24 points) in the South American qualifiers, which won them to play in the World Cup playoffs. In fact, He does it for the second time in a row after the experience for Russia in 2018. “Two-color” left teams like Colombia and Chile without the World Cup.

At the end of the qualifying process, Ricardo Gareca and his technical team decided to hold a concentration in Barcelona, ​​not only because of the proximity to the Qatari country, but also to adapt, as far as possible, to high temperatures and changes in the time of engagement. will be challenged.

In the Catalan lands they played a friendly match with New Zealand, which ended 1-0 in favor of the Peruvians. This allowed the team to arrive with photos for the playoffs and test the operation against acting, which, saving distances, has movements similar to “Socceroos”.

Peru 1-0 New Zealand: summary of the Peruvian victory in Barcelona in view of the playoffs. (Video: Movistar Sports).

On the other hand, the “Australians” come from being in the third field of Group B of qualification process Asian after reaching 15 units. Initially, they were close to direct access, but the defeats in recent days against Japan (0-2) and Saudi Arabia (0-1) made them resign to play in the playoffs.

The rival was the United Arab Emirates, and the Australians won 2-1, revealing their direct and aerial style, aspects that the Peruvian delegation will take into account to beat them.

Although this was not the only game Graham Arnold led, they did so earlier this month against Jordan. 2-1 gave them peace of mind to reach the playoffs.

As for their figures, those from Oceania have the goalkeeper of Real Sociedad, Matthew Ryanand the goal scorer Jamie McLarenwho made 7 touchdowns in 5 games. It also has a steering wheel. Ajdin KhrustićEintracht Frankfurt midfielder, who was on the scoreboard in the Asian playoffs with Los Chalcones.

Ajdin Khrustic in the '10' of the Australian team.  |  Photo: Socceroos
Ajdin Khrustic in the ’10’ of the Australian team. | Photo: Socceroos

It is worth mentioning that this is not the first time that Peruvians and Australians have measured forces. And it is that in 2018, as part of the World Cup in Russia, they clashed on the third and final date of Group C. The result was 2-0 for the national team thanks to goals from Andre Carrillo and Paolo Guerrero. This could mean revenge for the ocean.

The Peruvian team has recovered Luis Advinkula, Renato Tapia d Miguel Traucowhich were removed due to physical problems. However, there is doubt Yoshimar Yotunwho will wait until the last moment.

In the case of the Australians, with the exception of Tom Rogic (who was absent from the previous playoff call), they will arrive with their best weapons to take their place in the big sporting event.

“We know each other in both Australia and Peru. There are many players who will meet again tomorrow. Peru has many players who continue to be supported over the years. This is a game we are excited about. Let’s be as clear as possible. These are games for which there is no other option and which require maximum predisposition. Then it will be decided as football is decided. “commented Peruvian coach Ricardo Gareca.

Meanwhile, Jackson Irvine, an Australian footballer, said: “Every experience is unique, but we have learned from these types of playoff games. As I was part of the matches against Syria and Honduras, there were a lot of lessons left and many of the boys who are here today were also part of that. “he said.

Peru: Pedro Galez; Luis Advincula, Carlos Sambrano, Alexander Calens, Miguel Trauco; Renato Tapia, Christopher Gonzalez, Sergio Pena; Christian Cueva, Andre Carillo and Gianluca Lapadula. DT: Ricardo Gareca.

Australia: Matthew Ryan, Fran Karacic, Kai Rawls, Bailey Wright, Jason Davidson; Kenny Dougle, Aaron Mui, Aver Mobil, Riley McGree, Ajdin Khrustik and Jamie McLaren. DT: Graham Arnold.

– Peru: 13:00

– Mexico: 13:00

– Colombia: 13:00

– Ecuador: 13:00

– United States (Miami): 2:00 p.m.

– Venezuela: 14:00

– Paradise: 14:00

– Bolivia: 14:00

– Chile: 14:00

– Argentina: 15:00

– Uruguay: 15:00

– Brazil: 15:00

– Spain: 20:00

Announcement of the match Peru against Australia in the playoffs of Qatar 2022.
Announcement of the match Peru against Australia in the playoffs of Qatar 2022.

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