Tuesday saw the South American pair draw 1-1 in their final qualifier in Lima, a result that put Colombia into Russian Federation 2018 automatically while sealing Peru a spot in the inter-continental play-off against New Zealand.
"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)", he said.
With the scores level towards the end of the match in Lima on Tuesday night, Falcao could be seen animatedly speaking to several Peru players with his hand covering his mouth.
Colombia are sure to be in Russian Federation next summer for the World Cup, while Peru have a chance at making the finals for the first time since 1982 when they face New Zealand in the playoffs next month.
But despite rumours that the ANFP would report both sides to Federation Internationale de Football Association for manipulating the result, vice-president Andres Fazio Molina confirmed Chile would take no action.
"But I think that out of all the teams we were looking at, certainly from my point of view, Peru was the team I would've liked to have played. We suffered a lot but in the end we did it".
Peru midfielder Tapia also admitted that he discussed the result of the game with Falcao following Peru's equaliser in the 76th minute.
Peru had been occupying the play-off position going into Wednesday's match in Lima but fell out of the CONMEBOL top five when Colombia took the lead. Chile needed Colombia to win the game in order to oust Peru, while the Peruvians only needed to get a point and some help from Brazil to advance.
"Peru are very good, they are highly ranked and they got a great result against Argentina in qualification, but I feel, out of all of them, we can take confidence out of having to play them".
"We need a big crowd and we need a big atmosphere", Hudson said. What pact? That's speculation.