Qualifiers: the Argentine National Team beats Peru 1-0 at the Monumental

The Argentina National Team led by Lionel Scaloni already defeats Peru by 1-0 at the Monumental stadium, with a goal that Lautaro Martínez scored in the 42nd minute. The match, for date 12 of the South American Qualifiers, can be followed live on Public TV and TyC Sports.

The champion of America did not take too long to generate danger in the Peruvian goal. After three minutes, the first dangerous collective combination arrived. A quick cross between Rodrigo De Paul and Giovani Lo Celso He accelerated the offensive maneuver, which was later advanced with a loan from Lionel Messi to Ángel Di María. Those of PSG understood each other perfectly but Di María finished off deflected in his stinging approach to the area, although the ball did not go too far from the goal.

Those led by Argentine Ricardo Gareca responded promptly.
Just two minutes later, a free kick by Gianluca Lapadula was able to advance the score in favor of the Peruvian team. Your shot, strong to the stick of the Argentine archer, was contained without major problems by Emiliano “Jugue” Martínez.

At eight minutes, “Cuti” Romero yelled a goal that lasted a sigh. The defender had connected, with a header, a free kick by De Paul, but the Brazilian Wilton Sampaio ended up taking the lead from the Tottenham player.

Averaged the first half, a football sequence revealed the deployment of De Paul, the partner chosen by Lionel Messi. At 20 minutes, the former Racing was in charge of closing the door of a dangerous attack by the Peruvian team, which began when Di María lost the ball and Gareca’s men threw themselves in a fast counterattack. When Lapadula escaped through the Argentine background, the current Atlético de Madrid followed him closely until Draw Martínez took over the ball.

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Three minutes later, the sequence of the delivery of the Argentine steering wheel was completed. Of Paul protagonist again, now pulling the strings of the attack, with precision and speed. First, delivering for the projection of Nahuel Molina and then, when the ball returned rejected at his feet, yielding for a Di María thrown into the area, which he resolved first but could not connect at ease.

De Paul, generously deployed at the Monumental (Image: AFP).

The Aleti man was also a participant in the Argentine goal, which arrived at 42 minutes, behind a wall with Molina, who threw a perfect cross that was headed by Lautaro Martínez. Once the ball entered and the scoreboard sealed the albiceleste dominance of the first half, the Monumental grandstands exploded with pure joy and accompanied the team with pure “oil” in their collective maneuvers until they went to the locker room.


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