The comic show “El wasap de JB” presented his sketch called “The controversial dispute” alluding to the party of Peru vs. Brazill that was held last Tuesday, October 13 at the National Stadium.
After the controversial arbitration of the Chilean Julio Bascuñán in the meeting, ‘La pepa’ Baldessari (Jorge Benavides), Germán ‘Lejía’ (Carlos Vílchez) and El Tigrillo (Walter Ramírez) They showed him the plays in which the referee did not charge.
‘Bascuñón’ (Danny Rosales) He entered the program with his suitcase assuring that he had been invited to receive an award; However, he did not think that the three drivers would carry out the infractions that Peruvian players such as Miguel Trauco and Carlos Zambrano received.
‘La pepa’ approached him and nudged him, Germán ‘Lejía’ assured that this was not the blow and El Tigrillo wanted to hit him with the chair. Having a face full of blood, the Chilean tried to explain why didn’t you check the VAR, but he couldn’t, so when trying to escape, all the fans went after him.
THE WISHING WELL
The Chilean referee was also present at the sketch “The wishing well” where he had his letter to ask that his biggest dream come true: “I want to be the referee of the final of Qatar 2022”, said ‘Bascuñón’.
To which Lisuratás stared at him and indicated that for it to take place, he had to shout into the well, so he crouches down and together with ‘Private Ryan’ (Martín Farfán), they push him. Then the well screamed: “Don’t litter me next time!”.
ABOUT THE SELECTION
The Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) analyzes submitting a claim to Conmebol for the arbitration of Bascuñán, which is in the crosshairs for several controversial plays in the match made at the National Stadium.
Peru, which has only one point in the Qualifiers, will play Chile away and Argentina at home, on November 12 and 17, respectively.
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