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- Mexico: 8:00 p.m
- Ecuador: 9:00 p.m
- Columbia: 9:00 p.m
- Bolivia: 10:00 p.m
- Venezuela: 10:00 p.m
- Chile: 10:00 p.m
- USA: 10:00 p.m
- Argentina: 11:00 p.m
- Heaven: 11:00 p.m
- Uruguay: 11:00 p.m.
- Brazil: 23:00 hrs
- Spain: 12:00pm (Tuesday, October 17)
- Italy: 12:00pm (Tuesday, October 17)
- England: 12:00pm (Tuesday, October 17)
- France: 12:00pm (Tuesday, October 17)
This is how Peru comes
Chile beat Peru 2-0 in Santiago this Thursday for the third date of the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup to win the Pacific Classic and stay in the direct qualification zone.
La Roja opened the scoring in the 74th minute when midfielder Diego Valdez latched on to Erik Bulger’s cross. An own goal by Peruvian Marcos Lopez sealed the match at 90+1 at the Monument Stadium.
Chile is fifth with four points, Peru dropped to ninth with one point, just ahead of Bolivia.
With this hard-fought victory, Argentina coach Eduardo Perezo secured his first official victory since taking office in May 2022.
“Goals would have been better in the second half when we did less well, but taking into account what we did in the first half, I think we deserved the match against a difficult opponent, against a well-played opponent.” Highlighted the coach of the red team.
Chile controlled the ball for almost the entire match, but their lack of skill prevented them from comfortably winning the match.
The Incas locked themselves into their own half, but they couldn’t trouble the Chileans with counter-attacks and couldn’t get a shot on goal throughout the match.
Peru, who have yet to score at the World Cup, have their historic striker Paulo Guerrero, the star of the Quito League, but the team has never created chances for him.
“Let today’s defeat be a driving force for what is to come in South America (…) You don’t qualify by playing well, you qualify by playing well and we have to be a chameleon team to play well. I don’t like that part,” lamented Peruvian coach Juan Reynoso.
It was only in the final stages that the locals struck. Midfielder Erik Bulger’s cross from the left sector hit the stomach of Diego Valdez, who finally opened the account for La Roja in the 74th minute.
Another shot from the same side of the pitch aimed at Chilean Marcelino Nunez beat Peruvian defender Marcos Lopez and slipped into the visiting goal at 90+1.
Chile extend their good streak at home against Peru in a World Cup qualifier, which the red and white have never won.