Australia-Peru 5-4 DCR: No Lapadula World Cup


Australia (4-3-3): Ryan (120 Redmayne); Atkinson (91′ Karajic), Wright, Rollies, Bahish (120′ Goodwin); Irvine, Moi, Hrustic; Boyle, Duke (69′ Mabel), Leakey (86′ McLaren). CT. Graham Arnold.

Peru (4-3-3): welsh; Advincula, Zamprano, Kalins, Traocco; Tapia, Pena (80′ Aquino), Gonzalez Crespo; Carrillo (Flores 65), Lapadula, Cueva (116 Valera). CT. Ricardo Gareca

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However, the penalty kick sequence started in the best way for Peru: Error Boyle and network Lapadula He seemed to be paving the way towards Qatar 2022 for the South American national team. Australia continued to believe in it by scoring all five subsequent hits. Peru did not do the same, saying goodbye to the World Cup dream at the end of a very tight match, at Al Rayyan, where the fear of conceding goals from one side was the main feature, but also the crazy desire to score at least. One can deserve qualification. The result was a well-balanced race, with great power and competitive spirit but true, and it was not tied in overtime.

And serve not only quality but also Coach Arnold’s strategy and strategy has been rewarded: second goalkeeper Redmayne enters in the 120th minute.. The Sydney FC goalkeeper was the hero of the evening after the save Varela On the sixth penalty kick kicked, which earned Australia the win. Previously, it was a file Advincula He allowed Socceros to settle the score. Thanks to this result, and thus qualifying for Qatar 2022, AustraliaAccording to the drawing already made, it will be included in group D with France, Denmark and Tunisia. A huge disappointment for Peru, the Gareca national team failed to repeat the qualification they had four years ago at Russia 2018.

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