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Peru lost on the field, but its fans made their presence felt

MOSCOW - France had the advantage on the field Thursday, beating Peru 1-0 to ensure passage to the second round. But Peru had an overwhelming advantage in the streets of Yekaterinburg, where its supporters outnumbered French fans by about 7 to 1.

Peruvians have been waiting since 1982 to see their team play in a World Cup. And even though its stay will be

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