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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old September 3rd, 2003, 05:40 Thread Starter
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Official Thread: Peru vs Paraguay

Peru squad

Keepers - Erick Delgado (Sporting Cristal), Oscar Ibañez (Cienciano), Leao Butron (Alianza Atletico)

Defenders - Jorge Soto (Real San Luis - México), Guillermo Salas (Alianza Lima), Martin Hidalgo (Saturn - Rusia), Christian Garcia (Alianza Lima), Miguel Villalta (Sporting Cristal), John Galliquio (Racing Club - Argentina), Miguel Rebossio (Real Zaragoza - España)

Midfielders - Jose Soto (Alianza Lima), Marko Ciurlizza (Alianza Lima), Juan Jayo (Alianza Lima), Carlos Zegarra (Sporting Cristal),
Cesar Ccahuantico (Cienciano), Henry Quinteros (Sporting Cristal), Nolberto Solano (Newcastle - Inglaterra),
Roberto Palacios (Atlas De Guadalajara - México)

Forwards - Roberto Silva (Real San Luis - México), Claudio Pizarro (FC Bayern - Alemania), Jefferson Farfan (Alianza Lima), Carlos Orejuela (Sport Boys), Andres Mendoza (Brujas - Bélgica)
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old September 3rd, 2003, 05:44 Thread Starter
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Paraguay Squad

Keepers: Ricardo Tavarelli (Olimpia) y Justo Villar (Libertad);

Defenders: Carlos Gamarra (Inter de Milán/ITA), Paulo Da Silva Silva (Toluca/MEX), Delio Toledo (Zaragoza-ESP), Francisco Arce (Osaka Gamba/JAP), Néstor Isasi y Julio César Cáceres (Olimpia) y Emilio Martínez (Libertad)

Midfielders: Carlos Humberto Paredes (Reggina/ITA), Jorge Campos (Universidad Católica/CHI), Diego Gavilán (Internacional/BRA), Julio César Enciso y Guido Alvarenga (Olimpia), Carlos Bonet (Libertad), Angel Ortíz (Guaraní) y Víctor Hugo Ortíz (Sportivo Luqueño);

Forwards: José Cardozo (Toluca/MEX), Roque Santa Cruz (Bayern Munich/ALE), Erwin Avalos (Cerro Porteño), Freddy Bareiro (Libertad), Nelson Cuevas (Shanghai Dragons)
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Paraguay is in the middle of a renovation period. Their vaunted defense is almost completely renewed. Gone are Chilavert, Ayala, Arce and Caniza. Only Gamarra remains.

Peru on the other hand seem to have found a scoring punch but their defense is extremely suspect.

Both coaches are confident of getting the points.
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post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old September 4th, 2003, 05:09
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peru i believe should win 2-0

it all depends on how the defence plays
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post #5 of 13 (permalink) Old September 4th, 2003, 16:17 Thread Starter
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A war of words between FC Bayern teamates Claudio Pizarro and Roque Santa Cruz has ignited both teams.

The Peruvians are extremely confident of a win, while the Paraguayans seem a little more cautious.
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well pizza better be confident we will need his goal on match day 1
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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old September 5th, 2003, 06:42 Thread Starter
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Peruvians are very optimistic about their NT chances in this WCQs. Over 50% believe that they will qualify to the WC, while over 85% think that they will beat Paraguay.

Hey condor111 are you going to pick your winners in the prediction game???
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old September 7th, 2003, 02:54
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Paraguay are up 1-0 after 30 mins..

Gamarra scored on 24'.
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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old September 7th, 2003, 04:48
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peru 4 paraguay 1

a great come back solano and pizarro lead the team to victory

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mendoza
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Great win for Peru. It really looks like all of South America has raised the level of there game. With Chilie taking a point out from Argentina, it really looks like its gonna be a fight to the death for the 3, 4, & 5th spots.

Does anybody have a good match report?

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Celeste soy yo!
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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old September 7th, 2003, 23:49
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try the soccernet one

LIMA, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Midfielder Nolberto Solano scored the equaliser and set up a brilliant second goal as Peru came from behind to beat Paraguay 4-1 in their World Cup qualifier on Saturday.

The Newcastle United player headed Peru back onto level terms in the 34th minute, wiping out Carlos Gamarra's strike for the visitors, and produced a 60-metre pass out of defence for Andres Mendoza to score the second eight minutes later.

Peru soaked up a long spell of second half pressure before hitting their opponents with further goals from Sporting Cristal full-back Jorge Soto and Alianza Lima striker Jefferson Farfan in the last ten minutes.

Paraguay, who reached the last sixteen at the last two World Cups, went ahead when central defender Gamarra headed in an outswinging corner taken by Francisco Arce in the 24th minute as two of the team's old guard combined.

The corner had been needlessly given away as the Peruvian defence panicked and failed to deal with an innocuous cross.

Peru, who last qualified for the World Cup in 1982, overcame their initial desperation and equalised when Solano got in front of his marker and nodded in from close range after Carlos Zegarra crossed from the left.

Solano, who had been close to giving Peru the lead with a 15th minute header, then had a free kick brilliantly turned around the post by Paraguay goalkeeper Ricardo Tavarelli before setting up the second goal with a superb long ball out of defence.

His pass found Mendoza and the burly Club Bruges striker held off a challenge from Carlos Bonet and slipped the ball past Tavarelli with his left foot.

Mendoza shot wide following a similar attack immediately after halftime but Peru then dropped the pace, handing the initiative to the visitors.

Arce, whose serving crosses were Paraguay's most dangerous weapon, forced desperate Erick Delgado to tip a cross-shot over the bar and the Peru goalkeeper was also forced into action when he blocked a close-range shot by Jose Cardozo.

Peru appeared to be living dangerously until Soto steamed through into penalty area and latched onto an incisive pass from Bayern Munich striker Claudio Pizarro to score a delightful third goal.

The team coached by Brazilian Paulo Autuori completed a memorable performance when Juan Jayo chipped the ball over the defence and Farfan steered his shot beyond Tavarelli in injury time.

here a peruvian one
http://www.libero.com.pe/2003/SETIEMBRE/pdf7/sele.htm
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As good as Peru looked, Paraguay looked very limted especially in midfield. They are way over dependent on high crosses to the box, long balls and set plays for their scoring chances.

Mendoza was sensational for Peru.
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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old September 8th, 2003, 05:57
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i think paraguay missed el toro acuna guidance in the middle
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