After debuting on Saturday against Venezuela and tying 0 to 0 the Peruvian national soccer team will test themselves tomorrow against Bolivia at 4:30 pm (local time) and Brazil on the 22nd at 2:00 pm.
Last Wednesday the Blanquirroja arrived in the Brazilian city of Porto Alegre and the lineup led by Ricardo Gareca is the following:
Archers: Pedro Gallese (Alianza Lima), Carlos Cáceda (Melgar), Patricio Álvarez (Sporting Cristal).
Defense: Aldo Corzo (Universitario), Miguel Araujo (Talleres de Córdoba), Luis Advíncula (Rayo Vallecano), Anderson Santamaría (Atlas), Luis Abram (Vélez Sarsfield), Miguel Trauco (Flamengo), Carlos Zambrano (Basilea), Alexander Callens (New York City).
Midfielders: Renato Tapia (Willem II), Yoshimar Yotún (Cruz Azul) Jesús Pretell (Sporting Cristal), Christofer Gonzáles (Sporting Cristal), Edison Flores (Morelia), Christian Cueva (Santos), Andy Polo (Portland Timbers), André Carillo (Al-Hilal), Paolo Hurtado (Konyaspor).
Forwards: Paolo Guerrero (Internacional), Raúl Ruidíaz (Seattle Sounders), Jefferson Farfán (Lokomotiv).
The channels with broadcasting rights to stream the live soccer matches of the Peruvian national team are América Televisión and DirecTV Sports by television and mobile app, informed El Comercio.
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