Peru vs Argentina: fans motivate Christian Cueva to the rhythm of the ‘beer’ for the qualifying match

Peru vs Argentina: fans motivate Christian Cueva to the rhythm of the ‘beer’ for the qualifying match

This Thursday Peru will face Argentina in his last match of this triple date. Ricardo Gareca’s team has the responsibility of adding to continue with possibilities in these Playoffs. Christian Cueva, one of the important chips in the ‘Tigre’ scheme, shared a video on his social networks where the Peruvian fans could be seen dedicating one of their favorite songs to him.

As on many occasions ‘Aladdin’ has let it be known that Harmony 10 is one of your favorite cumbia groups. The fans of the ‘blanquirroja’ were recorded singing one of the emblematic songs of the group called ‘The brewer’. The Peruvian midfielder did not hesitate to share that video on his Instagram stories.

Although in the last game, ‘Cuevita’ was blamed for losing the ball in the Bolivian goal by many fans. It has been shown that there is a large part of the national fan that supports the attacker. Well, they know that you need to be mentalized in the match that will be played in the River Plate complex and in this way achieve a victory that maintains the dream of going to Qatar 2022.

THE MOST REMEMBERED GOALS OF THE ‘BLANQUIRROJA’ AGAINST ARGENTINA

PERU VS ARGENTINA (2016)

Selection of Ricardo Gareca I received Argentina in the Nacional. The visit got ahead on the scoreboard at 15 minutes and the first half ended with a result against the ‘blanquirroja’. The complementary stage began, Miguel Trauco He received the pass from Yoshimar Yotún, looked up and threw the ball behind Funes Mori’s back. Paolo Guerrero He ‘killed’ her in the chest and defined how he asked for the play, at the goalkeeper’s near post, in this way he put the partial tie.

The captain of the national team would reappear to steal a ball, after a rude departure error by Javier Mascherano, and be knocked down inside the area by Funes Mori. The ‘Predator’ gave the ball to Christian Cueva. ‘Aladino’ stood in front of Romero, observed where he was going to kick and the shot crossed him at mid-height. The Argentine goalkeeper guessed where the shot was going to go, however he could not contain it. Thus ended the game with a 2 to 2.

PERU VS ARGENTINA (2013)

Sergio Markarian and company gave the first blow in the Monumental of Buenos Aires. At 23 minutes, Gianmarco Gambetta threw a pass from meters before the half court to Claudio pizarro, who after a brief run down the Argentine left wing hung up goalkeeper ‘Chiquito’ Romero and scored the 1-0 score. He had previously missed a shot from the twelve steps. The match ended 3 to 1 in favor of those led by Alexander Sabella.

PERU VS ARGENTINA (2012)

The Peruvian and Argentine teams met in Nacional. As is known, the Uruguayans take advantage of the stopped ball very well and the ‘Mago ​​Markarián’ is no exception. Carlos Lobaton he positioned himself to take the free throw, but did not take it. ‘Loba’ opened for Rinaldo Cruzado, who under the pressure of an Argentine player enabled with a long pass to Luis Advíncula. The latter took out the center and Carlos Zambrano He beat the rival defenses and opened the scoring. The match culminated in a draw to one.

PERU VS ARGENTINA (2008)

The tying goal of this match is one of the most memorable of the national team 3 in the last 15 years, together with Paolo Guerrero’s goal from a free kick for the playoffs and the goals that qualified Russia 2018 In one of the last plays, Juan Manuel Vargas placeholder image he passed, fought and continued on the left wing beating the rival defenses and crossed so that Johan Fano I just pushed her As the long-remembered sports narrator would say Daniel Peredo “Because that’s what scorers do”.

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