Peru vs Australia will be the game that will paralyze Peruvians and Australians to find out who wins the ticket to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Both teams, who will face high temperatures of over 45 degrees in Doha, will have the support of their fans from the stands and around the world. Here, on national territory, citizens will enjoy a holiday to enjoy the play-off commitment and promote the bicolor. But all indications are that the Socceroos will receive little public support in their country because the king of sport is football.
This discipline is better known as Australian Rules Football, which is played with two teams of 18 players, a ball and on an oval pitch.
The only existing league of this sport is located precisely in Australia, which causes great enthusiasm among the citizens of this country. This was confirmed by footballer Breno Naranjo, who spoke to La República and lives in the country on the continent of Oceania and gave details about how the playoff game between the Blanquirroja and the Socceroos is experienced in this part of the world.
“There’s a lot of football and rugby here. You go to the stadium to watch a football game and there are 80,000 people, a packed stadium. However, when I watched a football match between the first and second-place teams in the Australian premier league, I was surprised because there were 500 to 800 people in the stadium: it was empty. That’s when you see the difference in the way both sports live,” Naranjo said exclusively to La República.
When does Peru vs. play? Australia?
Peru vs. Australia plays this Monday, June 13, in the playoffs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
What time does Peru vs. play? Australia?
The match between Peru vs. Australia will be played from 1:00 p.m. (Peruvian time) and 9:00 p.m. (Qatari time).
Where to watch Peru vs. Australia?
The Peru vs. Australia engagement can be seen on Movistar Deportes (03 and 703 in HD) and the open Latina TV signal.