Jaw-dropping Footage Appears To Show Falcao Negotiating Draw With Peru Players

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"Obviously, at the end, we knew what the other results were and you tell yourself: "calm it down a bit, we mustn't take any risks". The game was managed as it had to be managed.

"We knew what was happening in the other matches, we were playing with (the knowledge of) the other results and in that moment (I tried) to transmit that (to Peru)." via Fox Sports Asia.

"The last game against Japan was better than the previous games (at the Confederations Cup) - we get our belief from that, knowing we can compete and bearing in mind all of those have been away", Hudson said. "We have got a serious chance and we will be looking forward to it".

The fact of the victory of argentina and the defeat of chile, the draw ensured the qualification to the British and dams in Peru.

Man City's Gabriel Jesus scored twice after Barcelona's Paulinho opened the scoring to send Chile out of the World Cup.

But they shouldn't be underestimated.

The two governing bodies hope to go to Federation Internationale de Football Association today, to outline their plans for a home-and-away series.

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In a game wrought with tension, the first half offered little in the way of action, with both teams aware that too much of a gung-ho approach could potentially cause them problems, should they be caught on the break.

Hudson believes results in the past 12 months show his side are ready for the challenge.

"It's a good opportunity for us, we've got to exploit that over the next three weeks". I believe we can deliver that.

Hudson followed four games yesterday at a variety of screens at his house, but said he was unemotional as the twists and turns played out.

"I think it will be a big number. But whatever happens we can deal with the Friday night, and we can deal with the Saturday night".

The first leg will be played in Wellington on either November 10 or 11, with the date to be set in stone by Federation Internationale de Football Association in the coming days.

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