MIN 76: Ugh! José Correa (Venezuela) shot under the goal and the ball crashed into the crossbar of the Peru goal.
MIN 64: Substitution (Peru) enters Antonio Delgado to replace Bassco Soyer.
MIN 60: Changes (Peru) enter Esteban Cruz and Víctor Guzmán to replace Hiroshi Mejía and Mateo Rodríguez.
MIN 53: Change (Venezuela) enters Mayken González to replace Juan Campos.
MIN 51: yellow card for Juan Campos (Venezuela) for a hard foul against Jussepi García (Peru)
MIN 46: the second half began.
ET: Substitution (Peru) enters Thiago Salinas to replace Braidy Paz.
MIN 45+1: the first half ended. Peru draws 0-0 against Venezuela.
MIN 42: Yellow card for Kevin Abad (Peru) for pulling the shirt of Leenhan Romero (Venezuela)
MIN 40: Ugh! goalkeeper Juan Pedro Durán (Peru) is a figure. He flew and contained the shot by Enmanuel Meléndez (Venezuela)
MIN 39: Ugh! goalkeeper Juan Pedro Durán (Peru) saved his goal from falling after a shot by Alejandro Cichero (Venezuela)
MIN 28: Free kick executed by Mateo Rodríguez (Peru) bounced off the defensive wall of Venezuela.
MIN 27: yellow card for Óscar Hinojosa (Venezuela) for cutting off Mateo Rodríguez’s attack (Peru)
MIN 23: Long distance shot by Enmanuel Meléndez (Venezuela) goes wide on the right side of the Peru goal.
MIN 20: Bassco Soyer’s (Peru) shot demanded goalkeeper Jorge Sánchez (Venezuela) who conceded a rebound, but took it on the second attempt.
MIN 1: the game started.
Peru vs. Venezuela LIVE. The “bicolor” receive today, Saturday, April 8, the “vinotinto” at the Christian Benítez stadium in Guayaquil (Ecuador) for date 5 of Group B of the South American Sub 17. The team led by Pablo Zegarra is already eliminated and He will try to close his participation in the contest with a victory, while his rival has already secured his pass to the final hexagonal and is preparing to compete for the World Cup qualification in the category. Follow minute by minute.
Alignments of Peru vs Venezuela
Peru: John Peter Duran; Ghian Lucca Sotelo, Philipp Eisele, Fabrizzio Baylon, Giuseppe Garcia; Kevin Abbot, Braidy Peace, Bassco Soyer, Hiroshi Mejia; William Grande and Matthew Rodriguez.
Venezuela: Jorge Sanchez; Leenhan Romero, José Correa, Juan Campos, Yaicar Perdomo; Miguel Vegas, Oscar Hinojosa, Alejandro Cichero, Junior Colina; Emmanuel Melendez and Jesus Martinez.
Find out who will go from the start in the match between Peru and Venezuela for the last date of the group stage of the South American Sub 17.Find out who will go from the start in the match between Peru and Venezuela for the last date of the group stage of the South American Sub 17.
Everything ready in the dressing room of the ‘Vinotinto’
– Juveniles Vinotinto (@juvenilesfvf) April 8, 2023
The word of Marco Capetillo, technical assistant of the ‘Vinotinto’
Marco Capetillo, technical assistant of the Venezuelan team, referred to what has been his participation in the South American Sub 17.
Marco Capetillo, technical assistant 🗣
Watch the full interview on our YouTube channel, #LaVinotintoTV 📺.
– Juveniles Vinotinto (@juvenilesfvf) April 8, 2023
This is how ‘La Bicolor’ promotes today’s match against Venezuela.
𝗝𝘂𝗲𝗴𝗮 𝗹𝗮 ‘𝗕𝗶𝗰𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗿’ 𝗦𝘂𝗯 𝟭𝟳!
🏆 Close 5 CONMEBOL Under 17 – Group B
Peru 🇵🇪 🆚 Venezuela 🇻🇪
– The Bicolor (@SeleccionPeru) April 8, 2023
Programming of the last matches of the group stage
The matches of Date 5 of Group B of CONMEBOL #Sub17! 🤩
— CONMEBOL.com (@CONMEBOL) April 8, 2023
Table of positions Group B
The Peruvian team will clash against its counterpart from Venezuela on the last date of the group stage of the tournament. So far, the ‘bicolor’ is the only team that has not managed to score.
Table of positions of Group B of the South American sub 17
Peru vs Venezuela: last confrontations
– Peru 0-0 Venezuela / 03-23-19
– Venezuela 3-2 Peru / 03-02-17
– Venezuela 2-2 Peru / 03-07-15
– Venezuela 2-1 Peru / 04-21-13
How do both teams arrive?
Peru: Those led by Pablo Zegarra arrive eliminated at the last date, since they have three defeats in three games, which were Bolivia (2-1), Paraguay (4-0) and Argentina (3-0). In this way, they do not have a mathematical chance of reaching third place in Group B, which is precisely occupied by their next rival, Venezuela.
Venezuela: The ‘red wine’ got their pass to the final hexagonal on the penultimate date by defeating Bolivia 2-0 with goals from Juan Arango and David Martínez. Those led by Ricardo Valiño also reaped a loss against Argentina (4-2) and a draw with Paraguay (1-1), adding 4 points. In the absence of a date for the end of the first phase, the ‘llaneros’ are located one point above the ‘green’, which rests the last day, so it has no chance of overcoming them.
The Peruvian under 17 team sealed their elimination from the South American after being beaten 3-0 by Argentina (FPF).
Peru vs. Venezuela: possible alignments
Peru: John Peter Duran; Jhosenffer Yllescas, Stephen Cross, Fabrizzio Baylon, Matthias Beard; Philip Eisele, Braidy Peace, Philip Chavez, Bassco Soyer; William Grandez and Victor Guzman. DT: Paul Zegarra.
Venezuela: Jesus Lara; Santiago Silva, Santago Borgo, Rai Hidalgo, Juberth Bermudez; José Correa, Leenhan Romero, Juan Arango, David Martínez, Giovanny Sequera; Luciano Reinoso. DT: Ricardo Valino.
Peruvian TV channel vs. Venezuela
The match between the ‘blanquirroja’ and the ‘vinotinto’ will be broadcast through the official channel of the South American Sub 17: DirecTV Sports and in Venezuela through Meridiano TV. You will also be able to witness the meeting on the DirecTV GO streaming platform and find out about all the incidents through the Infobae Peru website.
– Peru: DirecTV Sports
– Venezuela: Meridiano and DirecTV Sports
– Argentina: TyC Sports
– Bolivia: You
– Brazil: SportTV
– Chile: TVN y DirecTV Sports
– Colombia: Telepacífico y DirecTV Sports
– Ecuador: DirecTV Sports
– Paraguay: I’m sorry
– Uruguay: Dexary
DirecTV Sports is the official channel of the South American Sub 17.
Peru schedules vs. Venezuela
– Peru / 7:00 p.m.
– Venezuela / 20:00 hours
– Mexico / 18:00 hours
– Colombia / 7:00 p.m.
– Ecuador / 7:00 p.m.
– Bolivia / 20:00 hours
– Paradise/ 8:00 pm
– Argentina/ 9:00 p.m.
– Uruguay / 9:00 p.m.
– Chile / 9:00 p.m.
– Brazil / 21:00 hours