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Peru hopes to crack New Zealand defense for World Cup berth

FOX Sports Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
LIMA, Peru (AP) Peru coach Ricardo Gareca is expecting New Zealand to think only of defending in the second leg of their playoff on Wednesday as the visitors try to reach next year's World Cup in Russia.
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Families dressed in football jerseys gather at Plaza de Armas in Lima, as Peru declares a national holiday to celebrate qualifying for the World Cup.

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