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Brazil 2014 Qualifiers
Peru 2-1 Venezuela: September 7, 2012
During the Sergio Markarian era, Peru received growing Venezuela in Lima which culminated that process in the sixth square, and was overtaken by Uruguay. On that day, Venotinto advanced with a goal scored by historic Juan Arango. However, Jefferson Farfan showed all his hierarchy to score the two goals that Bicolor won.
Venezuela 3-2 Peru: September 10, 2013
La Blanquirroja arrived at this meeting without the possibility of going to Brazil 2014; But he surprised everyone when he advanced with a goal from Paulo Hurtado. Minutes later, Salomon Rondon scored the equalizer that ended the first half.
During the second half, those led by Cesar Farias scored 2-1 through Cesar Gonzalez. Then Romulo Otero put the score 3-1. Almost at the end of the match, Peru found the opponent thanks to Carlos Zambrano, who scored with a header to seal the final with a 3-2 score.
Russia 2018 Qualifiers
Peru 2-2 Venezuela: March 24, 2016
This match was considered by many as a generational change for the Peruvian team. Peru were 2-0 until 60 minutes, which Ricardo Gareca brought in with Raul Ruídias and Edinson Flores in place of Claudio Pizarro and Jefferson Farfan. Next, Paulo Guerrero lost at 61′ to make it 2-1 and almost to none at the end of the match, Raul Ruídias headed in and saved a point from what could be a sure defeat.
Venezuela 2-2 Peru: March 23, 2017
The match in Maturin was one of the most complicated due to the poor condition of the stadium and because Venezuela were again 2-0 up. However, Andre Carrillo made it 2-1 in the second half, and once again, Paulo Guerrero scored against Venotinto to make the final 2-2.
Qatar 2022 Qualifiers
Peru 1-0 Venezuela: September 6, 2021
The last match between the two countries in the qualifiers was a few months ago at the National Stadium. Peru needed to add three points for chances to leave last in the table and with Cristian Cueva’s goal, Bicolor was able to continue climbing; But the team left a lot of doubts because of the defensive side and the failure to take advantage of the goal positions that were offered to them.