Peru vs Chile player ratings

Peru vs Chile Player Ratings as Claudio Bravo and Paolo Guerrero Shine in Goalless Draw

Peru and Chile played out a goalless stalemate in their Copa America 2024 Group A clash. Both sides managed a total of five shots on target but failed to find the back of the net. Spoils were shared, making the situation of Group A more interesting.

Peru National Football Team Player Rating vs Chile


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Pedro Gallesse– 7: Made one save and one high claim. Didn’t have too much action but did what he had to do.


Defenders Peru
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Miguel Araujo– 7.5: Like the entire Peru defense, he was defensively diligent and kept a clean sheet for his team.

Carlos Zambrano– 7.5: Yete another defensively solid player who helped the team keep a clean sheet.

Alexander Callenes- 7.5: Played 84 minutes before going off injured. Was solid as long as he was on the pitch.


Midfielders Peru
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Luis Advincula- 6: Like the most of the team, was feeble in possession. Completed only two of his attempted five passes.

Piero Quispe- 7.5: One of Peru’s better passers on the night. He was also solid in duel situations, rarely losing one.

Wilder Cartagena– 6.5: Passed the ball around from time to time but rarely made an impact on the game.

Sergio Pena– 8: Peru’s best passer on the night. Pena was also stout in duel situations and overall put in a solid shift for his team.

Andy Polo- 6.5: Did well on occasions. However, Polo was not too involved in the game overall.


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Edison Flores– 6: Managed no shot on target and completed only seven passes before being hooked off.

Gianluca Lapadula– 6.5: Had two shots on target and also helped his team in duel situations. However, failed to create any real danger.


Marcos Lopez– 6

Joao Grimaldo– 6.5

Paulo Guerrero– 6.5

Oliver Sonne– 6.5

Luis Abram– 6.5


Jorge Fossati– 7

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Chile National Football Team Player Rating vs Peru


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Claudio Bravo– 8.5: Solid performance from the former Manchester City and Barcelona goalkeeper. Made four crucial saves from inside the penalty area.


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Mauricio Isla– 7.5: Solid display from Isla. Apart from doing defensive duties, he also completed 54 passes.

Igor Lichnovsky– 7.5: Solid defensive performance and played a crucial role in helping his team keep a clean sheet.

Paulo Diaz– 7.5: Diaz formed a solid partnership with Lichnovsky and helped Chile see out goal threats from Peru.

Gabriel Suazo– 7: Played well and passed the ball around apart from his contributions in the clean sheet.


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Marcelino Nunez– 7: Had a decent game before being hooked off. Could have taken more responsibility on the ball.

Erick Pulgar– 7.5: One of Chile’s better midfielders on the night. Pulgar had a solid outing.

Victor Davilla– 7: Played 65 minutes and picked up a yellow card. Did decent before being taken off.

Alexis Sanchez– 6.5: Chile’s superstar player in all regards. Sanchez will look todo better in terms of his world class standard in the coming games.

Diego Valdes– 6.5: Did well as long as he was on the pitch. Had to go off injured after half time.


Forwards Chile
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Eduardo Vargas– 6.5: One of Chile’s most well-known players failed to register a shot but made two key passes.


Dario Osorio- 6.5

Marcos Bolados– 6.5

Ben Bereton Diaz– 6.5

Rodrigo Echeverria– 6.5


Ricardo Gareca– 7

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