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What Radamel Falcao Really Said To Peru Midfielder Renato Tapia Revealed

What Radamel Falcao Really Said To Peru Midfielder Renato Tapia Revealed

Colombia against Peru eventually finished 1-1 - a result left Colombia with a place in the 2018 World Cup, while handing Peru with a play-off place.

A 1-1 stalemate in the final round of CONMEBOL fixtures proved to be enough to see Colombia through to next summer's showpiece in Russian Federation, while earning Peru a play-off spot.

In particular, Colombia's World Cup qualifier against Peru has sparked plenty of controversy.

There was an absolutely freakish ending to the World Cup qualifying clash between Colombia and Peru last night.

Of those sides, Peru are the weakest on paper and had the least aura.

Former Newcastle winger Nolberto Solano said: "We needed to win, them too.

But I think that out of all the teams we were looking at, certainly from my point of view, Peru was the team I would've liked to have played", Hudson said.

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The first playoff match will played on either 10 or 11 November, with the return leg likely to be on the 14th November (15 November NZT).

Ricardo Gareca, Peru's Coach, put it this way: "One of the goals we came here with was, first of all, to have the possibility to directly qualify, and if not, to reach the playoffs, and we got it".

New Zealand Football CEO Andy Martin says both sides want to ensure they get as much recovery and preparation time as possible.

As for the rest of the group, Argentina fought back to win 3-1 after going 1-0 down against Ecuador thanks to a Lionel Messi hattrick.

"Obviously, at the end, we knew what the other results were and you tell yourself: "calm it down a bit, we mustn't take any risks". The indirect free kick caught the fingertips of Colombian goal keeper David Ospina on its way in and despite protests from the Colombian team, the goal stood.

In a helter-skelter final round of South American qualifying, Los Incas' 1-1 draw with Colombia was enough to see them finish fifth, at the expense of Chile.