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The Turtle Village Trust
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Bravo made a save and striker Alexis
Sanchez converted the winning penal-
ty as host Chile defeated Argentina
4--1 in a shootout after a 0--0 draw in
the Copa America final yesterday,
finally winning its first major title.
Bravo stopped Ever Banega s low shot
by diving to his left to make the save
and, earlier, Gonzalo Higuain also
missed for Argentina, sending his shot
over the crossbar.
The Chileans made all of their penal-
The title rewarded the nation s best
generation of players in years, in front
of nearly 50,000 Chileans who packed
the Estadio Nacional.
The result extended Argentina s and
Lionel Messi s title drought. The nation-
al team hasn t won a trophy in 22 years,
and Messi will continue to hear criticism
for his lackluster play with the national
team when it needs him the most.
Chile hadn t made it to a final in 28
years, when it lost to Uruguay in the
Copa America in Argentina. It finished
runner-up four times, including at
home in 1955. Its best result at a World
Cup was a third-place finish at home
in 1962, and last year it reached the
round of 16, being eliminated by host
Brazil on penalties.
It was an even final from the start,
with the teams creating few scoring
chances. Chile controlled possession
during most of the second half and
came closer than Argentina to getting
on the board.
Sanchez had one of the game s best
opportunities in the 82nd, but his close-
range shot missed wide.
Argentina s greatest chance came in
the last play of regulation in a break-
away that started with Messi near mid-
field, but Higuain hit the outside of
the net after a dangerous cross into the
In extra time, it was Sanchez who
almost scored in a counterattack after
Javier Mascherano misplayed a ball near
midfield, but his right-footed shot
missed the target.
In the shootout, Matias Fernandez,
Arturo Vidal and Charles Aranguiz all
netted for Chile before Sanchez s win-
ner, while Messi scored Argentina s lone
goal in the team s first attempt. (AP)
CONCEPCION---Andre Carrillo and
Paolo Guerrero each scored second-
half goals to help Peru defeat Paraguay
2--0 in the third-place game at the
Copa America on Friday night.
Carrillo scored from just inside the
area in the 48th minute and Guerrero
sealed the victory from close range in
the 89th, giving Peru its second-straight
third-place finish in the South Amer-
It had beaten Venezuela 4--1 in the
consolation game in the 2011 tourna-
ment in Argentina.
Guerrero finished with four goals
and is currently tied with Chile s Eduar-
Peru was eliminated by Chile in this
year s semifinals, while Paraguay lost
Paraguay was runner-up to Uruguay
in 2011, losing the final 3--0.
Peru beats Paraguay
2--0 to finish third
Chile's Arturo Vidal celebrates during penalty shoot-out at the Copa America final soccer match against
Argentina at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile, yesterday. Chile won the Copa America on penalty
shoot-out. AP PHOTO
Argentina 4--1 on
penalties to win
Chile's Alexis Sanchez shoots the ball during the Copa America final soccer match
at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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