Colombia to the 2018 World Cup, Whispers Ex Players MU So Highlights

Colombia to the 2018 World Cup, Whispers Ex Players MU So Highlights

Former Manchester United (MU) loan player is in the spotlight after defending Colombia when meeting Peru, in the next round of 2018 World Cup qualifying on Wednesday (11/10/2017) Kaisarjudi99.com. The Monaco US player was accused of giving instructions to the opposing players to draw.

Peru and Colombia are both fighting for tickets to the 2018 World Cup finals. The CONMEBOL zone qualifying duel is running tight from the first minute.

Compete at the Estadio Nacional de Lima, Lima, host Peru actually had left behind through goals James Rodriguez in the 56th minute. However, Peru managed to get up and fluttering netting the visitors through Jose Paolo Guerrero in the 76th minute.

Goals Guerrero not only managed to equalize, but also to raise the spirit of struggling host players. Attack after attack by the Peruvian team was increasingly threatening the Colombian defense that began to look tired.

But on the sidelines of the match, Falcao looks close to a number of opposing players. While covering his mouth with his hands, Falcao was seen talking to them one by one. He also encourages the other person to talk to the other person.

This scene was captured camera. As reported by Dailymail.co.uk, Falcao’s behavior would invite a question mark. Not even a few who accused the 31-year-old player was trying to influence the opponent players to reduce the tempo for the results of the series.

The match itself was ended 1-1 draw. With this result, Colombia were able to finish fourth on 27 points and qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals. Peru are fifth with 26 points and must go through the playoffs. Peru will meet New Zealand in two legs to fight tickets to Russia.

Falcao is one of the Colombian players who are somewhat experienced. The player born in Santa Marta, Colombia, has even tested the hard competition of the English League when loaned by AS Monaco to MU (2014-15) and Chelsea (2015-16).

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