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 By Tim Vickery

Mascherano, Guerrero headline Copa America team of the tournament

Tim Vickery's Copa America Best XI
Tim Vickery's Copa America Best XI

Goalkeeper -- Claudio Bravo (Chile)

In a tournament where the goalkeeping was at a fairly high standard, there was no one outstanding candidate. Bravo gets the nod, though. He may not have been entirely happy with the second goal he conceded in the 3-3 draw with Mexico, but that aside, he was flawless, providing leadership and standing up big in the vital moments. His reflex save from a Sergio Aguero header in the first half of the final was a key point in Chile's win.

Right-back -- Luis Advincula...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi and Argentina, Gold Cup favourites, Lampard and Gerrard

Lionel Messi will have to wait at least another year to lift an international trophy with Argentina.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

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Saturday's Copa America final loss to Chile marked the second time in a year Lionel Messi has come up short in a major tournament with Argentina. With another Copa scheduled, but not guaranteed, for next year and a World Cup three long years away, is the Barca legend doomed to finish his Albiceleste career...

Chile's collective spirit and teamwork too much for star-driven Argentina

Chile triumphed over Argentina in dramatic fashion in the Copa America final as Alexis Sanchez put home the decisive penalty to secure the host nations first ever Copa America crown.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Take Route 60 east out of Santiago, past the town of Los Andes, through increasingly rocky terrain and up beyond the treeline. Climb up almost vertically, through no fewer than 29 switchbacks, past the Lago de los Incas.

If you stay on the winding road another two and a half miles, you'll reach the border with Argentina and the tunnel separating these Andean neighbours. But make a right turn after a mile or so and climb even further. Eventually, you'll hit the old border crossing....

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina forced to start over after Copa America final defeat vs. Chile

Gerardo Martino says Argentina didn't take their chances in the Copa America final while falling to Chile in penalties.
The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets and debate whether or not Diego Maradona could have won this edition of the Copa America if he had been on the team in his prime.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- For 120 minutes, the final of the 2015 Copa America was a bit like a trusty old car that has passed its prime. A game of nearlys and what-might-have-beens, it spluttered but failed to spark until, in the penalty shoot-out, the game turned a glorious Chilean red. At last, the host country have something to put in their trophy cabinet.

For Argentina, this must have felt like a cruel re-run of last year's World Cup. The stand-out feature of the team is, of course, its individual...

Chile end their Copa America drought and beat Argentina on penalties

Alexis Sanchez kept his cool to score the winning penalty as Chile won the 2015 Copa America.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Three thoughts on the Copa America final as the host nation held its nerve on penalties to beat Argentina 4-1 after a 0-0 draw following extra time.

1. Chile's long Copa wait is over

A wait has ended and a weight has lifted, although no one could have guessed that there was such pressure on Alexis Sanchez as he so nonchalantly chipped the ball past Sergio Romero to beat Argentina on penalties and give Chile its first ever international trophy with this Copa America.

The...

Chile and Argentina are two worthy finalists, but there is one favourite

The ESPN FC panel debate whether a win over Chile in the Copa America Final will finally dub Lionel Messi the best ever.

BUENOS AIRES -- The Copa America 2015 final will be contested by two teams that clearly stand out above the rest: Chile, the hosts and the tournament's top scorers, and Argentina, who have created the most goal-scoring opportunities.

This is no coincidence, and it's good for soccer that both teams have an attacking style of play. Each side has its own script -- one more frenetic and direct and the other slower and more intricate -- but both are completely focused on the opposition goal.

Of course,...