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What Radamel Falcao Really Said To Peru Midfielder Renato Tapia Revealed

12 October 2017, 11:40 | Erica Roy

Chile's Golden Generation Is Over, as La Roja Fails to Qualify For the 2018 World Cup

Peru vs Colombia

They appeared destined for the exit door until the 76th minute, but revived their hopes of a first World Cup finals appearance since 1982 when Brazil-based striker Paolo Guerrero nabbed a crucial equaliser.

Hudson told reporters he was glad to get Peru, rather than a star-studded outfit such as Colombia, Chile or Lionel Messi's Argentina.

Following Guerrero's goal, Peru fought for a second goal, which would grant them automatic qualification at the expense of Colombia.

But now they face New Zealand in a tricky two-legged intercontinental play-off in a bid to make it to Russian Federation.

"Whoever we get it's a tough game, very tough, but out of all the teams we were looking at, certainly from my point of view, Peru was a team we would have liked to have played", said Hudson.

"We need a big crowd and we need a big atmosphere", Hudson said.


The first playoff match will played on either 10 or 11 November, with the return leg likely to be on the 14th November (15 November NZT).

New Zealand advanced to the playoff as the top ranked team in Oceania.

He's the best player in the world, and perhaps now his Argentine critics will give him his due.

New Zealand Football CEO Andy Martin says both sides want to ensure they get as much recovery and preparation time as possible. We know we can compete with anyone.

"There is moderation because the World Cup is going to be much more hard and we must build on what was done in Brazil".

However, one viewer dismissed the speculation as ridiculous, saying: "Both teams were fighting to win it until injury time and Brazil went 3-0 up in the other match". The indirect free kick caught the fingertips of Colombian goal keeper David Ospina on its way in and despite protests from the Colombian team, the goal stood.



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