What time does the Peru vs. match start? Paraguay ahead of Paris 2024 Olympics Today: Fixtures Peru vs Paraguay: Time to watch the Peruvian Under-23 team | Game-Total

The Team Peru Appendix 23 Meet this Saturday January 27th Paraguay For the third date of the Paris 2024 pre-Olympic tournament, 'Cemo' Del Solar's men are heading for victory despite setbacks as some players are not loaned out by their clubs. In this note you can see what time “everyone's team” is playing.

What time does Peru vs Paraguay play?

  • Peru: 3:00 p.m.
  • Mexico: 2:00 p.m
  • Ecuador: 3:00 p.m
  • Columbia: 3:00 p.m
  • Bolivia: 4:00 p.m
  • Venezuela: 4:00 p.m
  • Chile: 5:00 p.m
  • Argentina: 5:00 p.m
  • Heaven: 5:00 p.m
  • Uruguay: 5:00 p.m.
  • Brazil: 5:00 p.m

Peru beat Chile 1-0

Goalkeeper Peru beat Chile 1-0 on Sunday in their first match of the South American football pre-Olympic tournament, which will share two spots at Paris-2024.

Midfielder Francesco Flores scored for the Jose Guillermo 'Cemo' del Solar-coached team in the second hour as Argentina took on Paraguay in the opening Group B match of the Under-23 tournament.

Chile had their best chances of the match at the Misael Delgado Stadium in the Venezuelan city of Valencia, but they missed the target and when they did they collided with goalkeeper Romero.

Entering as a substitute, Flores had a composure that his rivals lacked.

The Peruvian team finished with ten men as Mathias Lontop was sent off for a double caution.

Chile opened the match with three clear chances in the first 10 minutes of the game with shots from Cesar Perez, Lucas Azadi and Lucas Cepeda. Romero, in Cepeda's play, was the first to intervene in support of Peru when his enemies besieged him.

See also  Copa Sudamericana finalist Paulo Guerrero: What do former Fantastic Four players Claudio Pizarro, Juan Manuel Vargas and Jefferson Farfán think of the current goalscorer? | LDU vs Fortaleza | Game-Total

Peru, faced with this clean and jerk, decided to delay the meters and take serious attention.

Thus, the Peruvians were able to neutralize the southern attack, but the second half started the same as the first half.

After the break, Romero blocked a shot from Perez from mid-range.

'Chemo' del Solar has made efforts to restructure his squad and the players who have entered the field are fundamental; Chile coach, Nicolás Cordova, added more firepower with the entry of promising forward Damian Pizarro.

Romero returns as the protagonist when he comes into conflict with Pizarro as he searches for a center in the region's heartland.

The goal came… Perusu!

Guillermo Larios, a Peruvian born in Santiago de Chile, with the ball at his back to goal, took advantage of Flores' move and broke into the area on the left. Larios' pass sin and Flores' cutback and subsequent definition are not far behind.

Despite the disadvantage, La Roja continued to press.

The expulsion of Lontab was, in time, the last test Peru had to overcome. So he held on to earn his first three points.

Read more

Local News