Mexico vs Peru: Lineups for this International Friendly Match

Mexico’s National Team will face a difficult test to prepare for Qatar 2022. They will be facing a tough Peru who will be their first match as their manager. These are the confirmed match lineups. FIFA World Cup 2019 is getting closer, and all those involved in it must prepare well. Peru will be Mexico’s sparring partner. This page contains the official lineups of the match, which you can view in America with Fubo TV (7-day trial).

Gerardo Martino (El Tri) will play a duel between Peruvians and Mexicans on September 24, at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl. This is Gerardo’s last chance to clarify his doubts regarding which players he can rely on for the forthcoming World Cup.

Peru is the perfect match for this scenario. After losing the chance to qualify for Qatar 2022 against Australia, a team is hungry for redemption. Juan Reynoso was appointed manager. This ended a cycle (Ricardo Gareca). All players who were called up will do their best to win the respect of Juan Reynoso, the former manager at Cruz Azul of Mexico. Mexico’s team against Peru

Martino would likely have all the players he needed to play against Mexico, as this friendly match was suggested by FIFA. Unfortunately, injuries have thwarted his plans so he won’t be able use Luis Romo (Wolverhampton), Raul Jimenez, Hector Herrera or Jorge Sanchez (Ajax), nor Rogelio Funes Moi.

Gerardo Martino has his doubts at the right back as he searches for an alternative for Jorge Sanchez from Ajax; the pair that will accompany Edson Alvarez as inside midfielders; and the winger to replace Jesus Tecatito Corona, who is currently suffering from a pubis injury.

The XI of Mexico vs. Peru: Guillermo Ochoa; Kevin Alvarez, Cesar Montes, Hector Moreno, Jesus Gallardo; Edson Alvarez, Carlos Rodriguez, Luis Chavez; Hirving Lozano, Henry Martin, Roberto Alvarado.

Peru’s line-up against Mexico

Juan Maximo Reynoso seeks a new start with the Peruvian Team. Reynoso realizes his dream to lead his country. Reynoso is a local hero and has an interesting reputation in Mexico, where he was a champion as both a player as well as as a manager. Martino’s Tri is often hurt by his intense style of play, which includes both defensive and attacking pressure.

Reynoso prefers two types of play: the 4-3-3 and 4-2-3-1. His team includes players from Mexico, such as Luis Advincula and Pedro Gallese, Christian Cueva, RaulRuidiaz, Santiago Ormeno, Christian Cueva, Luis Advincula and Pedro Aquino.

The XII of Peru vs. Mexico; Luis Advincula; Anderson Santamaria; Luis Advincula; Alexander Callens; Marcos Lopez; Pedro Aquino; Renato Tapia; Andre Carrillo; Christian Cueva; Edison Flores. Gianluca Lapoula.

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