Friday, April 26, 2019
Home Sport This is how Peru reacted after Ecuador's goal that left them without...

This is how Peru reacted after Ecuador's goal that left them without U17 World Cup | VIDEO

It was a hard blow, the players of the Peruvian selection sub 17 They stayed at the San Marcos stadium to watch the match between Argentina and Ecuador in hopes of celebrating their qualification to the World Cup in Brazil, but the reality was different.

They were in the gallery

Directed by Carlos Silvestri they suffered with each goal of Ecuador, but the point of break was the fourth as much of the northerners against Argentina, is ended by sentencing the elimination of a Peruvian selection sub 17 that fought until the last minute its classification to a World Cup that was already classified, but by administrative disorders ended up being taken to Peru and given to Brazil.

Video: El Bocón

The Peruvian team Sub 17 beat 3-2 a Uruguay and for hours kept intact the chances of getting into world of the category in Brazil. Óscar Pinto (42 '47') and Mathias Llontop (93 ') scored the goals of the' blanquirroja '.

MORE NEWS

Messi did not play but he's still on top: that's how the fight for the Golden Boot 2018/19 in Europe goes [FOTOS]

With Gallese and Polar: the possible summoned of Solano for the Pan-American Games Lima 2019 [FOTOS]

.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Must Read

Shell defends LGBT rights in Brunei?

The Eumedion association, which has several shareholders of the Anglo-Dutch oil company Shell in its ranks, pushes the firm to use its influence in...

Zemmour, Villiers, Bellamy and Houellebecq, the wild animals at Cirque d'hiver

While Emmanuel Macron was measuring up at the Elysée, the "cathos-droitards" had a very bad time in...

A rainbow of C215 stamps for the benefit of the Red Cross

Red Cross notebook for sale on May 13th, autographed by the artist. DR / The Post Office / C215 / Pierre JullienLa...

Orange and SFR fear too much control of the state

They are, to say the least, concerned. According to our information, Orange...

The Australian technology sector bears the cost of banning violent web content

Australia is the first country ever to pass legislation prohibiting the exchange of "disgusting violence" on the Internet. The problem with legislation is that Internet...