Aussie press reject Peru ahead of qualifiers: 'They don't have the individual quality or reputation of Uruguay, Colombia and Chile'

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Australia stayed with the Asian qualifiers and will face Peru for the penultimate quota of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. live in their local league, in addition to comparing them to teams such as Chile, Uruguay and Colombia.

Peru will face Australia in the playoffs and received some not-so-pleasant words from Oceania
© Getty ImagesPeru will face Australia in the playoffs and received some not-so-pleasant words from Oceania

Australia beat the United Arab Emirates 2-1 in the Asian playoffs to secure the coveted playoff spot. The socceroos will face Peru on Monday in a bid to retain the second-to-last spot to go to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

In the country of Oceania, they are already preparing for what will be the important duel against the Peruvian team, in which they dream of securing their fourth consecutive participation in the World Cup. Shortly after winning the qualifier against the United Arab Emirates, Australian newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald analyzed their next rival, the cast led by Ricardo Gareca.

“Peru does not have the individual quality or reputation of Uruguay, Colombia and Chile,” the outlet began. “The Peruvian national team is far from its golden generation and it has only one national in one of Europe’s major leagues: Renato Tapia of Celta de Vigo,” he added.

The Australians also spoke about the Peruvian championship and the participation of their teams in the Copa Libertadores: “The standard of their national championship has collapsed. A Peruvian club have not reached the second round of the Copa Libertadores in nine years, already the country is going through a player development crisis that will sound familiar to Australian fans.

That yes, they couldn’t ignore the campaign that left the Peruvians fifth in Qualifiers en route to Qatar 2022 and had positive words for Gareca: “They won five qualifying duels in 12 months and went unbeaten at home during this period. They eliminated in Colombia and Chile with a team much paler than them, at least on paper”.

Looking ahead to Monday’s game, the Aussies consider they have an advantage: “Peru have been inconsistent and they have never traveled this far for a qualifying game. Doha, on the other hand, has been home to Australia away from home, we played two games there due to travel restrictions. The Australian team knows the climate and has thrived there.”

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