Peru’s hope in the World Cup finals next year received an intentional blow to the captain and recorded record player Paolo Guerrero, suspended on Friday after failing the drug test, a test for cocaine.
The 33-year-old striker, who plays for Flamengo in Brazil, was suspended while a drug is classified as a stimulant he found after Peru 0-0 for Argentina in the world Bekerquotifier in October.
The positive metabolism of this player’s cocaine contains benzoyl enzymes included in the AMA list banned in 2017 under the S6 category. Stimulator “after the post-competitive doping control test,” FIFA said in a statement.
Positive tests results
Positive tests of prohibited substances, players violated Article 6 of the FIFA Anti-Doping Code and so on, in violation of Article 63 of the Conduct of the FIFA Disciplinary Board. ”
Peru qualified for the first time since the 1982 World Cup tie in New Zealand’s lineup. Paolo Guerrero left both games.
The ban will be restored on November 3 and will be held at international and national friendly gatherings.
Paolo Guerrero, who played German club Bayern Munich, made his international debut in 2004 and has 83 goals, scoring 32 goals.
He helped the third Peruvian in the Copa América in 2011 and 2015 and became the top scorer in both tournaments.
He also helped the Brazilian club Corinthians in 2012 to win the Club World Cup and scored the winning goal in the final against Chelsea, the Premier League club.
He came to Flamengo in 2015 and is a productive goalkeeper, and has won 42 goals at the club in Rio de Janeiro.