All Whites boss Anthony Hudson has pulled no punches on his side's intercontinental 2018 World Cup play-off opponent, saying Peru was his preferred adversary for a ticket to Russian Federation next June.
"But I think Peru has been a worthy rival, they fought for 90 minutes just like us".
Peru haven't qualified for the World Cup since 1982.
Of those sides, Peru was the weakest on paper and had the dimmest aura.
Asked by Colombian media in the mixed zone after the match what he'd said to Peru's captain Paolo Guerrero, Falcao said: "We knew what was happening in the other matches, we were playing with (the knowledge of) the other results and in that moment (I tried) to transmit that (to Peru)".
"We need a big crowd and we need a big atmosphere", Hudson said.
They rode out the draw to finish fifth and book a two-legged play-off berth with the All Whites, while Colombia finished fourth.
Despite Hudson's fighting words, the Ricardo Gareca-coached Peru are 12th in the Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings, while New Zealand are ranked 113th.
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"We needed to win, them too".
This, however, never materialized, and both teams were happy to take it easy in the closing stages of the match.
La Roja were muscled out by Peru on goal difference.
"There is moderation because the World Cup is going to be much more hard and we must build on what was done in Brazil".
The four automatic South American qualifiers were thus five-time world champions Brazil, two-time champions Uruguay and Argentina, and Colombia.