2018 FIFA World Cup: Peru edged past Australia 2-1 to wins their first World Cup match in 40 years
Andre Carrillo and Paolo Guerrero scored in either half to take back the sweetest victory memory from Russia and will cherish for years to come...
Peru take home the victory moment from the 2018 FIFA World Cup as they secured 2-0 win over Australia in the last match of the Group stage at Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Peru who lost their initial group matches against France and Denmark had the perfect start in the last match as Andre Carrillo volleyed wonderful goal on Paolo Guerrero´s cross in the 18th minute of the game.
Australian had a brink hope of survival had out beaten Peru and Denmark losing at another end, however, either of it did not happen and Socceroos had a tough time dealing Los Incas as nothing was seen going in their favor.
Paolo Guerrero´s 50th-minute goal dismantles The Socceroos further and leaving them scratching their head. Edison Flores nearly got the third goal for Peru when his shot from the edge of the box hits the post.
Peru finished third in the table with a win while Australia finished at the bottom.
Full-time: Australia 0-2 Peru
88: Yellow card M. Milligan
79: Yellow card P. Hurtado
79: Substitution for Peru, A. Carrillo OFF W. Cartagena IN
72: Substitution for Australia, Tomas Rogic OFF J. Irvine IN
66: Yellow card T. Rogić
63: Substitution for Peru, Renato Tapia OFF Paolo Hurtado IN
60: Yellow card Daniel Arzani
58: Substitution for Argentina, Robbie Kruse OFF Daniel Arzani IN
53: Substitution for Argentina, Tomi Juric OFF Tim Cahill IN
50: Goal!! Guerrero scored for Peru
46: Substitution for Peru, Yoshimar Yotun OFF Pedro Aquino IN
46: Second half kicks off
Half-time: Australia 0-1 Peru
45: Yellow card Yoshimar Yotun
18: Goal!! Andre Carrillo scored for Peru
10: Yellow card Mile Jedinak
1: First half kick off
Peru substitutes: Alberto Rodriguez, Pedro Aquino, Jefferson Farfan, Raul Ruidiaz, Carlos Caceda, Jose Carvallo, Aldo Corzo, Miguel Araujo, Renato Tapia, Wilder Cartagena, Nilson Loyola, Paolo Hurtado, Andy Polo.
Peru Starting line-up: Pedro Gallese; Miguel Trauco, Anderson Santamaria, Christian Ramos, Luis Advincula; Yoshimar Yotun, Renato Tapia; Edison Flores, Christian Cueva, Andre Carrillo; Paolo Guerrero.
Australia substitutes: Daniel Arzani, Massimo Luongo, Jackson Irvine, Andrew Nabbout, Dimitri Petratos, Jamie Maclaren, Danny Vukovic, Tim Cahill, Matthew Jurman, Milos Degenek, James Meredith, Brad Jones.
Australia Starting line-up: Mathew Ryan; Aziz Behich, Mark Milligan, Trent Sainsbury, Josh Risdon; Robbie Kruse, Aaron Mooy, Mile Jedinak, Matthew Leckie; Tomas Rogic; Tomi Juric.