Updates from the World Cup Qualifier match between Peru and Australia that took place in Qatar.
- Australia qualifies for the 2022 World Cup after beating Peru 5- 4 onpenalties.
- Australia has reached the World Cup for the fifth successivetime.
- The cover goalkeeper, Redmayne, Australian champion in the main penalty shootout, whosaved.
- Luis Advincula and Alex Valera miss out on penalties for Peru.
It’s an envelope of us. Congratulations to Australia for reaching their fifth successive World Cup … important will be said in the morning about that politic change to bring in Redmayne.
We’ll return hereafter for the final qualifying match between Costa Rica and New Zealand. Until also, it’s good night( or good morning, and it must be a beautiful morning, in Australia).
Heartbreak for Peru trainer Ricardo Gareca
Since taking charge of Peru in 2015, Gareca has drawn wide praise. The Argentine gave the platoon a third- place finish at the Copa America in 2015 before going on to finish runner- up in 2019 and qualify the nation for the 2018 World Cup.
Australian trainer Graham Arnold pays homage to penalty shootout idol Redmayne
Australian trainer Arnold is easily emotional in hispost-match interview and understandably so. He came under heavy review due to Australia’s inconsistent performances since getting the platoon’s director in 2018.
” Andrew Redmayne is a veritably good penalty taker, and trying to put him on the internal side as we made that change, to add a little bit of query in their smarts, that was, yeah, that is the reason,” Arnold said. in hispost-match interview.
For his part, Arnold has also reiterated that the review he has entered has not bothered him.