Low sensitive for the Peruvian team. El Comercio learned that a soccer player from the campus underwent the COVID-19 counter test this Saturday, November 13. However, the result was positive and he will miss the match against Venezuela for the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers.
Of course, you still do not know if the ‘Bicolor’ will send it to your home or in any case it will continue to be concentrated, but in isolation. What is confirmed is that they will announce his replacement shortly.
Likewise, the other selected teams are eligible and without any complications for the next week’s match for the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers, except for Alexander Callens, who was injured against Bolivia.
In a statement published on social networks, the absence of the New York City defender was confirmed for the match against ‘Vinotinto’ in Caracas.
As it is remembered, the national defender was changed by Luis Abram at halftime in the clash that the ‘Blanquirroja’ had against Bolivia at the National Stadium in Lima. Ricardo Gareca reported that the change was caused by a muscular overload that the footballer presented.
When does Peru vs. Venezuela?
The match is scheduled for this Tuesday, November 16, at the Olympic Stadium of the UCV in Caracas, from 4:00 p.m. (local time). You can follow him on Movistar Deportes and América TV.
The selection led by Ricardo Gareca is seventh with 14 units, just two points behind fifth place, which grants the playoffs, and is currently occupied by Colombia. The ‘Bicolor’ must beat the ‘Vinotinto’ to stay alive.