To turn the page! As announced weeks before, the Peruvian team will play its first friendly match after losing to Australia in the playoffs and being left out of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Through its social networks, the Bicolor reported that they will play against Mexico on September 24 at the Rose Bowl stadium in the United States.
“We are back on the pitch! Our Peruvian team will play an international friendly against the Mexican team in the United States in September,” the Bicolor wrote.
Although the match schedule has not yet been defined, It was reported that tickets for the duel will be sold from next Thursday, July 7 through www.MexTour.org. This meeting is part of the Mexican tour in the United States for the next Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Although those led by Ricardo Gareca They will not be present at the next World Cup, the match will serve to prepare for the next South American qualifiers, which begins in 2023. For its part, the Aztec team will take this match to test the players that it will take to Qatar 2022. Coach Gerardo Martino will not skimp on calling the best selected for this match.
The last time Peru vs. Mexico faces were seen was on June 3, 2015 at the National Stadium in Lima. That match ended 1-1 with goals from Jefferson Farfán and Juan Carlos Valenzuela. Both national teams met 28 times, with 9 wins, 8 draws and 11 falls for the Peruvian team.
the comparison Peru vs. Mexico, on September 24, it will be played at the legendary Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, California, site of the finals of the 1994 FIFA World Cup for men and women in 1999.