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Fossati on Peru vs. Argentina: It's a Great Match to Change the Situation

Peru prepares to face Argentina in World Cup Qualifiers. Coach Jorge Fossati expresses support for the team and urges fans to continue supporting.

On Tuesday, Peru and Argentina will face off at the National Stadium for the fourth day of the Qualifiers towards the World Cup in Canada, the United States, and Mexico in 2026. The Peruvian National Team is determined to secure three points at home, even against the reigning world champion. To achieve this, the team must be fully focused and give their best performance. Jorge Fossati, the coach of Universitario de Deportes, shares this perspective and expresses his unwavering support for the national team just hours before the game.

In an interview with Ovation Radio, the Uruguayan strategist discusses the potential of the team led by Juan Reynoso. Fossati confidently states, "My intuition tells me that Peru will perform exceptionally well today. It's an opportunity for the situation to change, and I believe it will." He also urges fans to continue supporting the red and white team, emphasizing that true fans stand by their team through both good and bad times.

Fossati passionately appeals to the fans attending the stadium, saying, "I ask the fans to show their support. True fans don't only appear when things are going well. They are there even when things don't go as we all hope." It's worth noting that three players from Fossati's team have made it to Juan Reynoso's list, with Piero Quispe being the only one not included in the 23 players who will be on the bench for the match against Argentina.

Currently, Peru has accumulated one point in the standings after a goalless draw against Paraguay and defeats against Brazil (1-0) and Chile (2-0). On the other hand, the Argentine team is the only one with a perfect score, having won against Ecuador, Bolivia, and Paraguay. In the upcoming Qualifiers on matchdays 5 and 6, Peru will face Bolivia and Venezuela, while Argentina will take on Uruguay and Brazil.

The Peruvian National Team will once again take the field on Tuesday as they host Argentina for the fourth matchday of the 2026 Qualifiers. The lineup will include André Carrillo, who is emerging as one of the key players for this crucial match, alongside Franco Zanelatto and Paolo Guerrero in the attacking line. However, it is expected to be a challenging duel due to the formidable level of the opposing team.

Tickets for the Peru vs. Argentina match, scheduled for Tuesday, October 17 at 9:00 pm at the National Stadium, have already sold out. For those watching from home, the game will be broadcasted nationwide in Peru on ATV, América TV, and Movistar Deportes. In Argentina, it can be viewed exclusively on TyC Sports and Public TV.

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