Peru protests as captain Guerrero’s World Cup dream shattered by ‘cocaine tea’ ban

Preview Thousands of Peruvian football fans have taken to the streets in protest after captain Paolo Guerrero’s Russia 2018 World Cup dream was shattered by a drugs ban after he tested positive for cocaine.
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