The Peru Tournament is a promotional football event where several teams from all around the country take part, aiming pass to first and second divisions. The champion earns a place in first division and the runner-up moves forward to second.
On a match played on August 10 during 2014 tournament between Minsa FBC and Expreso Inambari in the Peruvian departmento of Madre de Dios, several cows interrumpted the game. This unsual incident shows the pitiful condition of an event that doesn't have the most elementary safety measures, which is especially regrettable in a country where football is king of sports, in spite of the poor results.
Twitter users couldn't wait to express themselves:
Vacas interrumpen partido de Copa Perú http://t.co/Damp1R7LXN vía @elcomercio jajajajaaaaaaaaaaa
— Mojigata (@Moji_gata) agosto 13, 2014
Cows interrumpt a Peru Tournament match LOL!
Vamos al mundial @tuteve Insólito: Vacas invaden campo en pleno partido de la Copa Perú http://t.co/A5d5MXUPfj pic.twitter.com/aZSLbdYFqI
— FPietro Vidella (@Underground_Vip) agosto 13, 2014
On our way to World Cup. Unheard of: cows invade the field during a Peru Tournament match.
Manada de vacunos invade cancha en Copa Perú. En este caso, “el equipo sigue con vida” tiene sentido literal. https://t.co/OOEXK17ajf
— Juan Carlos Ortecho (@jcortecho) agosto 13, 2014
Bovines invade field on Peru Tournament. On this case, “the team is still alive” has literal meaning.
Journalist Henry Panduro posted a video on YouTube: