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“They did not know about the goalkeeper Redmayne”: Diego Penny reveals dialogue with André Carrillo

“They did not know about the goalkeeper Redmayne”: Diego Penny reveals dialogue with André Carrillo

“They did not know about the goalkeeper Redmayne”: Diego Penny reveals dialogue with André Carrillo

The Peruvian team failed to qualify for the World Cup Qatar 2022 after losing to Australia on penalties in the playoffs. In that instance, the great figure was the Australian goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne, who surprised more than one with his strange movements under the goal and saved Alex Valera’s shot.

The ‘Socceroos’ goalkeeper entered before the end of the game in place of Ryan and did his job in the penalty shootout. Now, days after what happened in Al-Rayyan, Diego Penny revealed that the Peruvian team had no knowledge of Andrew Redmayne.

“Yesterday I spoke with André Carrillo for his birthday and he told me that they did practice penalties but they did not know about the goalkeeper (Andrew Redmayne). The technical command always fills you with information, perhaps this time they missed that situation, ”the national goalkeeper began by saying.

“We are giving a lot of life to the movements of the Australian goalkeeper. The dance is still valid, you can do any movement as long as it is not an infraction, ”he added.

On the other hand, Diego Penny came out in defense of Pedro Gallese after learning that Redmayne threw his bottle with notes in the penalty shootout. “He is the one who should have realized in case Redmayne has thrown out his role because from what we see on camera you cannot tell. I don’t think he was more alive than us. We couldn’t score the goal that we lacked to qualify”

“Pedro Gallese is the best goalkeeper born in Peru that I have ever seen. He has for many more years, for sure two more qualifiers, ”he sentenced in dialogue with RPP.

Source: Elcomercio

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