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SHOWS: LIMA, PERU (SEPTEMBER 11, 2012) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ALEJANDRO SABELLO, ARGENTINA'S WORLD CUP SOCCER COACH SAYING: "I had already stated that Peru has a very good team, that plays soccer very well, that had less points than it deserved and today the game was very even, very fought for with moments that Peru was better than we were and some moments when we were better than they. Most of the game was even." 2. CAMERAMEN AT NEWS CONFERENCE 3. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) SERGIO MARKARÃAN, PERU'S WORLD CUP COACH SAYING: "It couldn't be. We are left with the no taste, with the bitterness of having only seven points and I think that we have merited more from other games. The worry this causes because it means we are in a position that we don't want to be in. We want to give the sport's world a better position." 4. ARGENTINE PLAYERS LEAVING AND GETTING ON A BUS STORY: Gonzalo Higuain's equaliser salvaged a point for Argentina in a disappointing 1-1 draw against Peru in their 2014 World Cup qualifier at the Estadio Nacional on Tuesday (September 11). Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said afterwards: "Peru has a very good team, that plays soccer very well, that had less points than it deserved and today the game was very even, very fought for with moments that Peru was better than we were and some moments when we were better than they. Most of the game was even." Peru's coach Sergio MarkarÃan told the media: "I think that we have merited more from other games. It means we are in a position that we don't want to be in." Despite the draw, Argentina remain top of the South American standings on 14 points from seven matches, one ahead of Colombia and Ecuador, and two in front of Uruguay and Chile. Peru have seven points.