In a South American Qualifiers match, Argentina defeated Peru 2-0 with a strong performance, solidifying their position as the leaders in the standings. The match was held at the National Stadium in Lima.
The game started with Argentina attempting to dominate possession, but Peru’s strong defense made it challenging.
Nevertheless, Argentina managed to create scoring opportunities through sequences of passes.
The first goal came from a lethal counterattack, orchestrated by Enzo Fernández, who passed the ball to Lionel Messi, positioning himself in front of the goal to score.
The second goal was a masterpiece by Messi, who slowed down, positioned himself at the edge of the penalty area, and skillfully placed the ball low and out of reach for the goalkeeper.
The match showcased Argentina’s strong connections and dominance, with an aggressive defense, agile midfield, and creative forwards.
With this victory, Argentina remains undefeated and leads the South American Qualifiers with no goals conceded. Their next matches will be against Uruguay and Brazil in November.