By Alan Duffy
QPR fans will no doubt be wondering why Eduardo Vargas didn’t do this a bit more often last season, after the Chilean produced a magnificent long-range strike against Peru on Tuesday night.
The 64th minute goal secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory for the Copa America hosts, despite playing most of the game against 10 men after Carlos Zambrano was shown red for a wild follow-through on Charles Aranguiz.
Arturo Vidal could’ve seen red early on too, but ultimately Chile would win the game 2-1, courtesy of two goals from Vargas (a Gary Medel own-goal supplying Peru’s equaliser).
What a scorching strike to fire the hosts into the final!