Home football Peru vs. Argentina is in doubt for Tuesday due to demonstrations in Lima – International Football – Sports

Peru vs. Argentina is in doubt for Tuesday due to demonstrations in Lima – International Football – Sports

by archysport

The match of the fourth day of the tie between Peru and Argentina, scheduled for this Tuesday, has been in doubt due to the political crisis that is being experienced in the streets of Lima, where the protests led to the resignation of the transitory government of Manuel Merino. However, Conmebol confirmed this Monday that it will be played.

There is concern among those selected and it is inevitable, after the death of two protesters and a hundred injured in the last mobilization were reported, But a letter sent to FIFA, the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) informs that the General Command of the Police of that country ratified all the guarantees for the realization of the match between the teams of Peru and Argentina, scheduled for Tuesday in Lima .

(It may interest you: Queiroz was uncovered: he blamed the referee for the debacle with Uruguay)

The FPF requested this ratification in response to the political events that took place. they have been happening in Peru in recent days. The management was made before the Peruvian Institute of Sports and the Ministry of the Interior, under whose direction the National Police works.

Those selected from Peru and Argentina must meet for the fourth date of the South American qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, at the National Stadium in Lima from 19:30 (local time).


(Also read: Alert! Case of coronavirus in the Uruguay national team)

Merino had replaced the popular president Martín Vizcarra on Tuesday, a day after he was dismissed by Congress for a case of alleged corruption.

READ Also:  The (li) fensive problem: the leak urgently needs to be close to Club and especially Deli should take a look in the mirror | Club Dortmund 0-3

Congress must now appoint a new president to pacify the country. It will be the third in less than a week, in a nation hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the economic recession, which plunged into a political crisis after Vizcarra’s removal.



0 comment

Related Articles

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.