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How Copa America could shape 2022 World Cup hopes for South American nations

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Brazil came together and proved that they were the best team at the Copa America despite Neymar's absence.
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In the Copa America final on July 7, Everton gave Brazil the lead, and Paolo Guerrero equalised for Peru before the hosts sealed a 3-1 win. Just three days later, both were in action for their clubs in the quarterfinals of the Brazilian Cup.

Once domestic football starts up, international tournaments are quickly brushed into the past, but it would be a mistake to do that to the Copa America. This year's tournament does not represent the end of a process; rather, it kicks off a new competitive...

Machis brace fires Venezuela into quarterfinals

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An impressive double from striker Darwin Machis helped Venezuela book their place in the Copa America quarterfinals with a comfortable 3-1 win over Bolivia on Saturday, qualifying as runners-up in Group A behind hosts Brazil.

Machis got Venezuela off to a perfect start in Belo Horizonte by powering in a header in the second minute, scoring their first goal of the tournament after back-to-back goalless draws against Peru and Brazil.

Machis scored a spectacular goal to put his side further at ease...

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Guerrero leads Peru rally in Copa win over Bolivia

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Bolivia scored their first goal in five games but it was not enough to give them their first Copa America point as Peru came from behind to win 3-1 in their Group A game in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday.

Bolivia, who last won Copa America in 1963, had not scored since drawing 2-2 with Nicaragua in March but they took the lead after 28 minutes when Marcelo Moreno scored a VAR-assisted penalty.

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Paolo Guerrero equalised for...