The congressmen of the Republic spoke after Peru’s 1-0 loss to Uruguay’s team in Montevideo on the penultimate date of the qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The parliamentarians showed their outrage after the referee did not review in the VAR, in the last minutes, the images of a play that could have been a goal for Peruwhich would have tied the game.
“They have stolen. It is incredible that the VAR has not reviewed the Peruvian goal. Our team deserves to go to the World Cup and we have to support until the end. Go, Peru! To get up so that on Tuesday we are one heart. Up, Peru!”, expressed the president of the Congress, Maria del Carmen Alva.
“They have stolen a goal from us”, said, for her part, the non-grouped legislator Susel Paredeswho entered Parliament with the Purple Party, while his purple colleague Edward Malaga He stated: “Of course he entered. It was a goal for everyone except for the felon Anderson Daronco. If this doesn’t unite the country, I don’t know what. Shameless robbery. This must be appealable. They owe us an answer. Down with VAR. Up, Peru!”
On your side, William Bermejofrom Democratic Peru, maintained that “that referee must be fujimorista. There is no other explanation for this robbery.” Also, the legislator Lady CamonesAlliance for Progress (APP), and the rightist Alexander Munanteof Renovación Popular, described what happened in Montevideo as a “robbery.”
To its turn, Alexander Cavero, from Avanza País, indicated that “not even Peru Libre steals from us with such brazenness.” Meanwhile, the fujimorista Patricia Juarez (Popular Force) pointed out that what happened “is a dejavu, the game was stolen from us again and the referee did not want to see the VAR. It’s doubly frustrating.”
the congresswoman Kelly Portalatino, from Peru Libre, also spoke out. “Gentlemen of FIFA, do not show a mafia that has always been speculated. Don’t steal the World Cup from our Peruvian brothers. Mr. Gareca, tuck your pants in this opportunity, Peru will thank you,” he tweeted.
Who also spoke was the Fujimori legislator Rosengella Barbaran. Through his Twitter account he pointed out: “The Peruvian team played until the end and managed to tie the game. Unfortunately, the referee stole the point that means a lot to go to the World Cup. He did not want to go to the VAR despite the clamor of the selected ones ”.