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Uruguay's National team are egged

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Uruguayan footballers (L to R) Walter Gargano, Diego Forlan, Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez jog during a training session on September 2, 2013 at the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) sports complex in Canelones, near Montevideo
Uruguayan footballers (L to R) Walter Gargano, Diego Forlan, Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez jog during a training session on September 2, 2013 at the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) sports complex in Canelones, near Montevideo

Peru is in a complicated position just like Uruguay to qualify for the world cup. If Peru win on Friday against Uruguay, they would get three vital points which opens up the possibility of booking their ticket to Brazil in 2014. However, a defeat will be the end to the Peruvian dream.

On Wednesday night, Peruvian fans decided to take matters into their own hands. The bus carrying the Uruguayan national team were egged on the way to their hotel in Lima. The disturbances did not stop there. Police had to set a barrier to prevent local fans to advance towards the hotel as they came prepared with drums, horns and firecrackers to disturb the Celeste’s sleep.

Sebastian Bauza, foreshadowed the occurrence of these events and booked rooms in the 12th floor which have double glass windows. These reinforced glass windows, prevent any noises that may disturb their much needed sleep

This is not the first time football fans have tried to cause a racket to disturb the rival’s sleep and it will not be the last but is it fair? There is no rule which restricts fans.

The intent of the fans was to gain a competitive advantage and there is nothing wrong with that. As a sport fan we can all recall a moment in which we have witness an athlete try to gain a competitive advantage. Being competitive is in the nature of sports fans and athletes. 

Uruguay came prepare and the intent of Peruvian fans to disturb their sleep was not successful. However, this has created a hostile atmosphere for the Uruguayan players and playing in the Estadio Nacional in Lima will not be a walk in the park. The pressure is on for Uruguay. 

Here is video which Peruvian fans can be seen throwing eggs

http://youtu.be/zfWAdHe3Hog?t=1m35s