The controversy in Uruguay-Peru does not stop: “It was clearly a goal, they stole it”

The end of the match between Uruguay and Peru, qualifier for the Qatar World Cup at CONMEBOL, was marked by a controversial blow, in which the “Incas” felt clearly aggrieved.

The duel between Uruguay and Peru, referring to the 17th qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup at CONMEBOL, ended in a “charrúa” triumph by 1-0, the result of a goal from the middle of Flamengo ground, De Arrascaeta, in the 42nd minute.

However, in this confrontation between direct competitors for a place in the World Cup, the end of the match was very hot and controversial, all because of a blow, at 90+1. After a wide cross from Miguel Trauco, Uruguayan goalkeeper Sergio Rochet entered the goal to hold the ball, stretching his arms and wondering if the ball had completely crossed the goal line. The Peruvians claimed a goal but the referee scored nothing and after a VAR review the decision stood.

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