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It’s been a week since crossing between Australia and Peru for the Repechage for the Qatar 2022 World Cup that the oceanic won but the wound is still open in the Inca people. It is that the illusion generated by the team of Ricardo Gareca It was unstoppable and the blow was strong: the South Americans expected to play a World Cup for the second time in a row.

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On top of that, the way of being eliminated was not the best: on penalties and against a rival goalkeeper who made the whole show possible. In addition to entering the end of the 120, Andrew Redmayne danced, jumped and effusively celebrated before each penalty of the Peruvians, a scene that toured the world.

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Gallese contained a penalty but it was not enough.  AFP.

Gallese contained a penalty but it was not enough. AFP.

GALLESE BREAK THE SILENCE

There were many who had talked about the Australian one, but so far none of the members of the Peruvian team who, hurt by the result, they took refuge in silence after their arrival in Lima. Now, who did talk about the game and particularly the goalkeeper was nothing less than Pedro Gallesearcher and captain of the Blanquirroja.

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The Orlando City player first told how he feels and how he deals with the disappointment of not having achieved the goal: “The pain will be very difficult to go away. The only way to go is for the Qualifiers to start and we start fighting again for a place in the World Cupl. With the help of the fans and teammates we will get ahead. This does not end here and we have what.”

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In conversation with Canal N, the former Alianza Lima man also spoke about Redmayne and lowered the price of his performance: “You don’t have to talk much. He saved a penalty just like me, then we missed one at the post. It is not that he has covered the 5 penalties. You don’t have to give it much importance. We have to get up and this next tie is going to be very tough”.

The bad guy in the movie who ended up winning.

The bad guy in the movie who ended up winning.

“We have to pay more attention to ourselves”, was the analysis that shredded, in the midst of an eternal debate inside the media and the Peruvian fans, both for the team’s performance and for the goalkeeper’s actions. But it was for more and he referred not only to the dance but also to the attitude of the Australian of throwing his bottle of water where he had the information of the rival kickers.

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“I had already studied it, the help of the bottle and the leaf was something extra, I had it all in my head. I think we should not give much importance to that or to the goalkeeper. We’re bringing him up so much that even he can believe he’s a bowie. In any case, I wish him the best in the World Cup.”he assured, detracting from the entire Redmayne show.

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ABOUT GARECA

After not being able to classify Qatar, the versions about a possible removal of Ricardo Gareca from the national team grew and Gallese also spoke about it: “He has taught us a lot, we have grown as people and footballers together with him, we have believed again in the selection, He has given us a lot and we hope he can continue with us. Whatever decision you make, we will always support you.”

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