Víctor Peña

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Víctor Peña
Personal information
Full name Víctor Manuel Peña Espinoza
Date of birth (1987-10-14) 14 October 1987 (age 34)
Place of birth Huancayo, Peru
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Playing position Winger
Club information
Current team
Alianza Universidad
Number 13
Youth career
2004–2005 Deportivo Ingeniería
2006 Academia Huancayo
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2006 Asociación Deportiva Tarma 0 (0)
2007 Sport Águila 0 (0)
2008–2009 Club Sport Ancash 9 (0)
2010–2014 Leon de Huanuco 156 (9)
2015–2020 Sport Huancayo 199 (16)
2021– Alianza Universidad 10 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19:26, 3 October 2021 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 3 October 2021

Víctor Manuel Peña Espinoza (Huancayo, Peru, October 14, 1987) is a Peruvians Football player. He plays as a Midfielder and currently plays for the Alianza Universidad de Huánuco in Peruvian Primera División.[1]

Víctor Peña emerged from the youth categories of the Deportivo Ingeniería and Huancayo Academy after his years in the youth teams, he was signed in 2006 by the Asociación Deportiva Tarma. After his first beginnings with ADT Tarma signed in the following season for Sport Águila where, due to his good performance, he was signed by Sport Áncash|Club Sport Ancash in 2008, a team with which he managed to play his first international tournament, the Copa Sudamericana. The following season he signed for León de Huánuco playing 5 seasons and scoring 9 goals and 9 assists in 156 games. In 2015 he signed for Sport Huancayo where he played for 5 seasons scoring 16 goals and 19 assists in 199 games. In 2021 he signed for Club Alianza Universidad de Huánuco as a reinforcement of the club for one season.[2]


Beginnings and first clubs

Peña fue trained at Deportivo Ingeniería (2004-2005) and Academia Huancayo (2006). Later he signed for the ADT Tarma where he was under the baton of Delia López Sueldo daughter of Ricardo López Otero, former president who took the team to the professional in 1979. In 2007 he went to Club Sport Águila at free cost, then through the same process to the Club Sport Ancash debuting in the Clausura on August 17 against Club Deportivo Universidad César Vallejo|Cesar Vallejo playing 20 minutes. Then he played the Copa Sudamericana against Ñublense|Club Deportivo Ñublense on September 16, 2008 for the return of the first round entering through Ronaille Calheira at minute 51.[3]

Club León de Huánuco

In 2009 its value grew to $ 100,000, being transferred free at the beginning of 2010 to León de Huánuco where he made his starting debut against Alianza Lima playing 74 minutes and being replaced by Luis García. On April 25, he scored a goal in the 1-0 victory against FBC Melgar where he started and received a double yellow and was sent off where he could not play the next game against Alianza Atlético.[4] On May 30, he scored a goal against Club Alianza Lima|Alianza Lima in a 4-3 defeat where he received a yellow.[5] On July 3, 2010, he gave an assist to Luis Perea in the 1-1 draw against Colegio Nacional Iquitos.[6] In the decentralized tournament on September 11 he made his debut against Sport Huancayo where he drew 0-0.[7] On September 26, he scored a goal in the 2-1 victory over the visiting Cienciano.[8] On October 16 he participated in his team's 3-1 victory against Melgar where he gave two assists, one to Luis Perea for 1-0 and another to Gianfranco Espinoza for 3-1.[9] On October 31, he gave an assist to Carlos Zegarra after a cross in the 2-0 victory against Sport Huancayo.[10] His team finished second in the table with 56 points behind the Universidad San Martin who had 64 points. Both teams played the final. of the play-offs where Peña started in the two games (round trip) where a 3-1 aggregate for San Martin remained.[11][12] In total he played 41 games throughout the season, scoring 3 goals and giving 4 assists.

In the 2011 season he debuted in the Decentralized Tournament on February 12 against Inti Gas, which ended with a 1-0 defeat.[13] Last season, his team qualified for Libertadores where they formed Group B and debuted on February 17 against Junior where they lost 2-1.[14] On February 23, he gave an assist to Carlos Zegarra to score the only goal of the game and it would be his team's only victory in the group stage against Oriente Petrolero.[15] On May 22 he made his debut in the decentralized game against Cienciano where his team won 4-0.[16] He met again with the goal on November 6 against Alianza Lima, scoring 2 goals and at the same time was booked in the 18th minute for his celebration.[17][18] 34 games, scored 3 goals and gave 1 assist.

In the 2012 season he debuted on the second date against Inti Gas as a starter where his team won 1-0.[19] 23 On August 1, 2012 he made his debut in the Copa Sudamericana against S.D. Quito|Deportivo Quito in Ecuador where his team lost 1-0 and on August 23, August he played the second round of the first round losing 3-2 at home[20], and was also booked in the 58th minute, losing 4-2 on aggregate. His team finished eighth in the table with 40 points and playing 9 games in which he did not score goals or give assists.

In the 2013 season he competed in the Decentralized Tournament against Inti Gas in a 2-0 defeat.[21] On June 2 he was fouled in the 87th minute promoting a penalty taken by Carlos Solís for the 3-0 defeat against Club Deportivo Pacífico FC|Pacifico FC.[22][23] His team finished sixth in the Decentralized with 45 points. On August 31 he made his debut in Liguilla A against San Martin where he lost his team 1-0.[24] On November 16 he scored his first goal of the season against Cienciano on the 12th date where his team drew 1-1.[25] His team He finished fourth in the table with 11 points in League A where he scored 1 goal. Víctor Peña played 33 games where he scored 1 goal and gave 1 assist throughout the season.

In the 2014 season he debuted on February 23, 2014 in the Summer Tournament against Sporting Cristal as a starter where his team lost 3-0.[26] On May 18 he scored his first goal on the last date of the tournament against Unión Comercio where his team won 4-3, in that game he was booked in the 73rd minute.[27] On June 7 he made his debut in the Apertura tournament against Real Garcilaso as a starter. where his team lost 3-1.[28] On July 26 he gave an assist in the Apertura tournament of that year against Cienciano where his team drew 2-2.[29] On August 24 he attended again this time against Club Universitario de Deportes|Universitario de Deportes where his team won 2-1, he was booked in that game in the 86th minute.[30] For the Clausura tournament he made his debut on September 6 against Real Garcilaso where his team drew 1-1.[31] On November 23 he scored a double against Universitario, the first from outside the area and the second in the 90 + 5 minute.[32] His last game of the season was played against Inti Gas Deportes|Inti Gas where his team lost 5-2.[33] His team finished fifth in the table a with 23 points in the closing where he scored 2 goals. Peña played 39 games that season in which he scored 2 goals and gave 3 assists.


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