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PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND
DESIGN ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY SERVICES
FOR THE SOUTH WEST PERIMETER ROAD
PIARCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
SANTIAGO---Striker Eduardo Vargas
scored twice to lead Chile to a 2--1 win
over ten-man Peru in the semifinals
of the Copa America on Monday,
keeping alive the host s hopes of win-
ning the South American tournament
for the first time.
Vargas scored the winner with a
long-range shot that found the upper
corner in the 64th minute, sending the
home-crowd favorites to their first Copa
America final in 28 years.
"I ve been practicing shots from out-
side the area, I was confident," Vargas
said through a translator. "I m glad it
Chile was heavily favoured to advance
but it struggled throughout the match
against its continental neighbour.
The winning score came only three
minutes after Peru had equalised with
an own goal by defender Gary Medel.
Vargas had opened the scoring in the
42nd, and Peru was down to ten men
after only 20 minutes when defender
Carlos Zambrano was sent off for hit-
ting midfielder Charles Aranguiz on
the back during a challenge.
Argentina met Paraguay in the other
semifinal match last night. The final is
Peru was trying to win its third Copa
America and first since 1975. The team
also lost in the semifinals in 2011 to
eventual champion Uruguay and fin-
"We leave with a sour taste after the
elimination, we wanted to reach this
final," Peru coach Ricardo Gareca said.
"It s very difficult to play a man down
for so long against a team of this level."
Peru had been the surprise of the
tournament after advancing from a
group that included Brazil and Colom-
"We fought until the end," Peru strik-
er Paolo Guerrero said. "We fought
until the last minute and if we had
stayed 11 against 11 the story could have
The last time Chile had made it to
the Copa America final was in 1987
when it lost to Uruguay.
The Chileans have been dominant
from the start of this year s tournament,
playing at home with its best team in
years. But Peru made it difficult for the
hosts at the Estadio Nacional on Mon-
day, threatening several times on coun-
terattacks even after going a man down.
"The ejection seemed to hurt us more
than it hurt them," Chile coach Jorge
Sampaoli said. "The anxiety turned
against us and we ended struggling."
Vargas opened the scoring off a
rebound. Alexis Sanchez s curling shot
from outside the area struck the far
post and returned straight to Vargas,
who rolled it into the net. The striker
appeared to be slightly offside at the
time of Sanchez s shot, but the referee
let the goal stand.
Peru equalised when Medel tried to
intercept a right-side cross by Luis
Advincula and put it into his own net.
Five minutes later, however, Vargas gave
Chile the lead again, sending a right-
footed shot from outside the area over
Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese, who
was out of position.
It was Vargas fourth goal of the tour-
nament, surpassing teammate Arturo
Vidal and Peru s Paolo Guerrero as the
competition s leading scorer.
Vargas also had a goal disallowed for
offside in the 49th, though the replay
showed he appeared to be in good posi-
tion to score.
Peru had the game s first chance of
the match with a dangerous header by
forward Jefferson Farfan in the ninth
minute. The ball struck the post with
Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo already
beaten on the play.
Chile was without central defender
Gonzalo Jara, who was suspended for
two matches for poking Edinson
Cavani s behind in the quarterfinals
against Uruguay. CONMEBOL, foot-
ball s governing body in South America,
initially suspended Jara for three match-
es, but the punishment was reduced
Chile, Venezuela and Ecuador are
the only teams yet to win the South
Host eases into
Copa Americal final
Chile's players celebrate after a Copa America semifinal soccer match against
Peru at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile, Monday. Chile kept alive its
hopes of winning the Copa America for the first time with a 2--1 win over ten-
man Peru. AP PHOTO
League final will be played in
Wales for the first time in 2017
at Cardiff s Millennium Stadi-
The venue, with around 74,000
seats, was awarded the hosting
rights by UEFA s executive com-
mittee at a meeting yesterday in
Prague, after unsuccessfully bid-
ding for matches at the pan-con-
tinent 2020 European Champi-
The decision comes with Wales
on the verge of reaching the Euro-
pean Championship for the first
time, as it tops its 2016 qualifying
"These are exciting times for
Welsh football," Real Madrid and
Wales forward Gareth Bale said.
"I know how passionate the Welsh
football fans are, so it s great the
UEFA Champions League final is
coming to my home city of Cardiff.
"I loved playing in the UEFA
Super Cup last year, and it would
be fantastic to be involved in front
of a packed crowd at such an iconic
stadium in 2017."
The game will be played on June
3, 2017, with the women s final at
Cardiff City Stadium two days ear-
lier.Stockholm has also been award-
ed a UEFA showpiece match after
missing out on Euro 2020 matches,
with the Europa League in May
2017 going to Friends Arena.
The 2017 Super Cup between
the winners of the two UEFA club
competitions will be in Skopje,
Macedonia, at Philip II Arena.
In 2016, the Champions League
final will be at Milan s San Siro,
and the Europa League final at St
Jakob-Park in the Swiss city of
2017 Champions League for Wales
CATANIA---Catania s owner
admitted to fixing five Serie B
matches aimed at preventing the
Sicilian club from relegation to
the third division.
Antonino Pulvirenti also claimed
to have made payoffs totaling
500,000 euros ($550,000) during
his admission on Monday at a pre-
liminary hearing. He was one of
seven people arrested last week on
sports fraud charges.
"The investigation still needs to
be completed, but now it will all
be much simpler," Catania pros-
ecutor Giovanni Salvi said, adding
that Pulvirenti maintains he didn t
bet on the games in question.
The five matches under inves-
tigation were played against Varese,
Trapani, Latina, Ternana, and
Livorno. Catania won the first four
games in April, then drew 1-1 with
Livorno on May 2.
Catania finished 15th in the 22-
team Serie B, safely avoiding the
bottom four relegation spots. The
investigation could result in Cata-
nia being relegated to the fourth
Catania's owner admits fixing Serie B matches
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