A Peruvian court has convicted imprisoned Shining Path leader Abimael Guzman and given him a second life sentence for a 1992 car bombing in the capital that killed 25 people and injured 155.
Joachim Low insisted Germany did enough to warrant their 2-1 victory over Peru, despite admitting Nico Schulz’s winner was “fortuitous”.
Nico Schulz’s debut goal handed Germany a patchy 2-1 friendly win over Peru.
Germany can take plenty of positives into their friendly with Peru after holding world champions France to a draw, according to Marco Reus.
Broadcaster John Suchet has revealed he needed emergency treatment after he struggled for breath during a charity trek to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru.
Peru coach Ricardo Gareca will take time to consider his future after his side bowed out of the World Cup with their first victory at the tournament in 40 years.
Peru signed off their World Cup in fairytale fashion as captain Paulo Guerrero scored in a 2-0 win to end Australia’s hopes of making the knockout phase for only the second time in their history.
Two more groups will be settled as the World Cup continues on Tuesday.
Australia’s potential progress to the World Cup knockout stage could cost goalkeeper Mathew Ryan financially but he will be more than happy to bear the burden.
Peru forward Jefferson Farfan will not play in their final group match against Australia as he remains in hospital after being knocked out in training at the weekend.
An inexperienced Scots side were well beaten by World Cup-bound Peru but it wasn’t all doom and gloom for national boss Alex McLeish.
Two Aberdeen Tartan Army foot soldiers have jetted into Peru to cheer on Alex McLeish’s squad.
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Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie comes into that category and he has a chance to show Alex he is international class.
An investment company has sent workers on a volunteering trip to view the impact its charity is having on the lives of street children in Peru.
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Rising Aberdeen teenage defender Joe MacPherson has received an international call-up – for Peru.
An Aberdeen man is getting set to take on a gruelling trek in memory of his grandmother.