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Pure ‘Chocolate’: that’s how Tapia, Trauco and Cueva played it with Peru up on the scoreboard against Venezuela | VIDEO

Lima, November 16, 2021Updated on 11/16/2021 06:37 pm

Peru beat Venezuela this Tuesday for the 14th date of the Qualifiers, meeting again with a victory in Caracas after 24 years. After the 2-1 in the complement, the Peruvian team gained confidence and showed better play. Renato Tapia, Miguel Trauco and Christian Cueva excelled together in a good collective play.

The national elements were associated in the field of the ‘Vinotinto’ at 71 minutes, six minutes after Cueva’s final goal.

Renato Tapia recovered and played on the left with Trauco, who leaned on ‘Aladino’ to keep the ball and continue to go deeper towards the Venezuelan goal with a single touch.

Cueva raised the ball and Tapia closed by winning a dangerous free kick for the ‘Blanquirroja’, who kept the result and continues to fight for a quota for Qatar 2022.

Lapadula, in 18, had previously scored for the visitors and Darwin Machís had done it for the locals in 52.

Gallese covered a penalty taken by Machís in 68, certifying the triumph of the white and red team, which last Thursday came back to life by crushing Bolivia 3-0.

Peru remains with 17 points and provisionally occupies fourth place in the Qualifiers behind Brazil, with 34; Argentina, with 28; and Ecuador, with 20; followed by Chile, Colombia and Uruguay, all with 16, awaiting the results of the Argentina-Brazil, Colombia-Paraguay and Chile-Ecuador commitments. Venezuela is bottom with 7 units.


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