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 By Sam Kelly

Messi and Argentina motivated by revenge against Chile in Copa America

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to Sunday's Copa America final between Argentina and Chile.

The delay to their flight from Houston to New Jersey caused a complaint on Instagram from Lionel Messi about the Argentina Football Association's organisational skills but Argentina are now in New Jersey, where they'll take on Chile on Sunday in a rematch of last year's Copa America final.

The pressure is coming from all sides. Argentina fans are desperate for a win and Diego Maradona has now joined the popular cry, appearing on TV a couple of days ago to echo the country's new favourite...

 By Tim Vickery

First goal in Argentina-Chile rematch at Copa America final will be crucial

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses what the Copa America Centenario means to Lionel Messi's legacy and the rest of the players competing in the tournament.

One of the most fascinating aspects of football is that, as a low-scoring game, any match has the potential to unfold in a number of different ways, often depending on who scores first.

Take, for example, the group-stage meeting between Argentina and Chile in Santa Clara, California, on June 6. It was an intense encounter, a midfield battle with ebb and flow. Soon before half-time with the game level at 0-0, Argentina centre-back Ramiro Funes Mori played a bad pass out of defence. Marcelo Diaz...

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FC Daily: Croatia look to send Ronaldo home, U.S. seeks revenge vs. Colombia

The Euro After Dark crew preview Portugal's round of 16 tie with Croatia, but can Ronaldo lead his country to glory?

It's Saturday, June 25, and the Euro 2016 last 16 gets underway with three tasty matchups. The third-place match in the Copa America winds down the day's action. Here's what you need to know.

Matches of the day

- Switzerland vs. Poland (3 p.m. CEST/9 a.m. ET on ESPN): A battle of two second-place finishers starts things off at the Stade Geoffrey-Guichard in St Etienne. Robert Lewandowski wasn't at his goal-scoring best in Group C for Poland, who finished behind Germany. The Poles...

Weary U.S. have plenty to prove in third-place match vs. Colombia

The ESPN FC crew debate whether the evolution of the United States under Jurgen Klinsmann has lived up to expectations.
Jermaine Jones discusses the USMNT's Copa América Centenario run ahead of the team's third place match against Columbia.

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Imagine finishing a marathon at close to your best time, but you are beaten rather convincingly by a rival's finishing kick. You're then told, "Congratulations! For this to count, you have to compete in this 10K tomorrow."

You're exhausted and not exactly overjoyed at the prospect, but you do it anyway.

That is essentially the situation the U.S. men's national team is facing when it takes on Colombia tomorrow in the third-place game of the Copa America Centenario. Players and...

CONMEBOL way above CONCACAF at Copa America Centenario

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to the Copa America Centenario final, a rematch of last year's final which saw Chile defeat Argentina in penalties.

LOS ANGELES -- A major takeaway from this summer's Copa America Centenario is that CONMEBOL has put its excellence on display in comparison to the CONCACAF nations that took part. Argentina, Chile and Colombia clearly demonstrated the gap that exists between them and the United States, Mexico and Costa Rica, among others.

It's a question of quality, of players like Lionel Messi, Arturo Vidal and James Rodriguez. And just when we thought the gap between the two confederations was narrowing, the...

 By Tim Vickery

South American teams' success at Copa America 100 years in the making

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses what the Copa America Centenario means to Lionel Messi's legacy and the rest of the players competing in the tournament.

By the time they got to Phoenix, Colombia could probably still take little comfort from it, but the fact remains that their opening day 2-0 win over the United States set the tone for the tournament. And whatever happens when the two teams meet again in the third-place match on Saturday, there is no hiding one simple fact: the 2016 Copa Centenario has been a decisive win for the teams from South America over their CONCACAF rivals.

It would have been disappointing indeed for the northern continent...