Juan Jose Ore (PER), Peru coach
"It's a very good result, and it's a draw that feels like a win because it means we are practically through to the last 16. The team put in a good performance, and we cut Togo's attacks short, which is something we'd worked on before the match. They were worthy opponents and that makes the result all the more valuable."
Paul Sauter (TOG), Togo coach
"My team played a very good game. We had 70 or 80 per cent of the possession and we dominated throughout. Despite the fact this is the second time we've played at five in the afternoon and it's difficult to perform at your best in such heat and humidity, I thought we put in a great effort. Unfortunately we couldn't put our chances away and we had to settle for a draw. That said, I want to congratulate the boys for their hard work."
Reimond Manco (PER), Peru forward
"We got a draw, which is a good result, and I think that should be enough for us to go through. Togo proved tougher than Korea for sure. They knock the ball around well and they're tremendous athletes. Now we just have to wait for other results, but we're in a great position."
Koami Ayao (TOG), Togo defender
"We played well, but although we put in a lot of effort we couldn't quite get the win. We shared the points and now it's all down to our last game to see whether we go through to the next round or go home. We'll be giving it our best shot, but in the end, it may or may not be enough."