Peru vs. Venezuela: CONMEBOL announces changes to referee shortlist for Lima match | nczd | Total Sports
Last minute changes in peru vs. Venezuela from the qualifiers is on its way to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. CONMEBOL reported Friday that two members of the arbitration list have been changed. Of course, the sports establishment has avoided providing details on its decision regarding Sunday’s game.
In this way, Ecuadorean Luis Queiroz (originally named the fourth official) becomes the main official taking action in the city of Lima and will replace his compatriot Guillermo Guerrero. While the space left by Queiroz will now be taken by Franklin Konga.
The rest of the group that will evaluate justice will be the group selected at the beginning. This means that the assistants are Ecuadorean Byron Romero (Assistant Referee 1) and Ricardo Barin (Assistant Referee 2). Carlos Orb will be in the VAR, who will be accompanied in the booth by Cristian Liscano (Avar).
This will be Luis Quiroz’s first experience in a World Cup qualifier. The referee was in friendly appointments only as the fourth judge and also officiated two matches in 2019 South American U-17s and in another match he was the fourth referee.
A novelty in La Blanquirroja
After a 1-1 draw with Uruguay, the team led by Ricardo Gareca trained on Friday at Vidina’s facilities. The Peruvian team will be able to count on Gianluca Lapadula, who has already met the suspension date.
Renato Tapia and Sergio Peña caught the idea of the match against Charois and underwent tests to find out more about their respective statuses. If it’s no inconvenience, the quarterbacks should be up against Vinotinto.
Changes in Venezuela
Janiro’s team fell 3-1 to Argentina at home and lost two important men. Defender Jose Manuel Velasquez suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in his left ankle. Likewise, centre-back Adrian Martinez was sent off for a fatal foul on Lionel Messi.
Facing an injury emergency, interim coach, Leonardo Gonzalez, called Francisco La Mantilla as you look at the commitments against Peru (Sunday 5) and Paraguay (Thursday 9).