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Chile crowned Copa America champions

Chile made history in Santiago yesterday as they won their first major international tournament after 99 years by defeating Argentina 4-1 on penalties in the Copa America Final. 69 more words

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The wait is over. History has been made. Chile are champions.

They have had to wait 105 years since their first international – a 2-1 defeat to Argentina. Ninety nine years since they were one of four to take part in the inaugural Copa America – then called the South American Football Championship. 1,725 more words

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Arsenal fan reports Alexis Sanchez's panenka penalty in Copa America final to the Metropolitan Police

This is disgraceful @metpoliceuk https://t.co/G9D3iaUwUV

— Cállum (@AlexisGoal) July 4, 2015

You might think that an Arsenal fan reporting Alexis Sanchez to the police is the ultimate act of betrayal, but this is absolutely not the case here.

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Football photo(s) of the day...

Chile beat Argentina 4-1 on penalties to win the Copa America at the National Stadium in Santiago. After a goal-less match that was on a knife-edge throughout it took penalties to decide this final. 61 more words

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Unofficial Football World Championship - Chile 0 Argentina 0 (Chile win on Penalties)

After 120 minutes without a goal in the Copa America and it was the tournament hosts who emerged triumphant through a penalty shootout

Chile finally won their first major trophy to spark jubilant scenes in Santiago as Argentina were beaten 4-1 on penalties in the Copa America final on Saturday. 598 more words

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Argentina vs Chile in less than 3 minutes

If you didn’t see the Copa America Final last night here is how it was won.

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Chile Triumph over Argentina in Copa America

Chile ended a 99-year wait to win the Copa America, a football fiesta played by the South American nations, on
Saturday, beating  favourites, Argentina 4-1 on penalty and crystalize the Argentine hope of ending 22years drought and Lionel Messi hope of winning a major tournament for his country. 77 more words