Boca player's post

Peru’s World Cup dream is over. The team led by Ricardo Gareca faced Australia in the playoff to define who would get into Qatar 2022 and lost in the penalty shootout. When the South Americans were up 2-1, it was Luis Advíncula’s turn. Amid the dances of the histrionic substitute goalkeeper, Andrew Redmayne, who entered to save shots from twelve steps, the Boca player took a dry shot that hit the post and came out. And, although it gave the yellow team the opportunity to equalize the series, Valera’s subsequent error would decree the classification of the Oceania team.

When goalkeeper Redmayne saved the last penalty, Advíncula felt a deep sadness and was seen leaving the field of play in tears. And, after the game, when the heart rate continued to a thousand, the Peruvian defender who plays for Xeneize expressed himself on his Instagram account to apologize and took full responsibility for the elimination of his team.

“First I apologize to my family and friends for the pain I caused and to all of Peru. I am the ONLY person responsible for this debacle and my life will not be enough to apologize. Today, I have come this far. I step aside from the Selection. I don’t think I have the strength to get up from this. To my teammates, thank you very much for everything and sorry for so little,” Advíncula wrote in his personal account.

The truth is that Gareca’s team did not play a good game and fell again and again into the funnel proposed by Australian coach Andrew Redmayne. What’s more, the game was played with the script proposed by those in yellow shirts.

A few hours later, it seems that Advíncula regretted the early decision that he communicated on social networks and deleted what he had written. Will he have changed his mind?

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