The Peruvian soccer team will have a friendly encounter against Germany in September and less than a month ago, the Germans launched the first video promoting the expected match.
“The match will be played in the Rhein-Neckar-Arena at 1:45 pm (Peruvian time). Ricardo Gareca, technical of the Blanquirroja, already presented the list of summonses that generated controversy by the inclusion of Horacio Calcaterra and the absence of Paolo Guerrero”, informed La República.
In the video, as you can enjoy, you can see the images of the stadium in which the game will take place, as well as a goal that Germany scored for Spain.
As for those who want to enjoy the game in person, the tickets are available at 18 euros for the fan section, and 60 euros for the first category. They can be purchased online or in the modules of the Rhein-Neckar-Arena, where the duel will take place.
“Germany and Peru participated in the Russia 2018 World Cup where both teams were eliminated in the first round. The Germans were the favorites to win the tournament, but ended in a resounding failure”, said La República.
The Blanquirroja will also have a friendly match with Holland on September 6 at the Amsterdam Arena and with Chile on October 12.
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