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Chile advance to Copa America final thanks to Eduardo Vargas' fine brace

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Chile's 2-1 win over 10-man Peru in the Copa America semifinals and now advance to the final for the first time since 1987.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Three thoughts on Chile and Peru's Copa America semifinal, which the hosts won 2-1 thanks to two goals by Eduardo Vargas.

Chile will now face the winner of Tuesday's semifinal between Paraguay and Argentina.

1. Chile win, but debate will rage

Chile stride on, although with a stumble, and one brilliant strike.

At the very least, there was absolutely no doubt about Eduardo Vargas's wondrous winner.

The striker's sensational 65th-minute, long-range goal gave the 2015 Copa America...

Gio dos Santos and Javier Hernandez inspire Mexico after dreadful first half

Mexico came back from behind after Javier Hernandez equaled the lead in second half, as Mexico played to a 2-2 draw against Costa Rica in Orlando.

A loss for Mexico appeared likely after the first 45 minutes, as Costa Rica easily controlled possession and had plenty of space to roam in the middle of the pitch. With El Tri's defense looking particularly vulnerable, los Ticos had no trouble collecting two goals in the opening half.

After halftime, Mexico manager Miguel Herrera's change to a 4-4-2 formation had immediate results for the squad, which scored twice early in the second half and was by far the better side in the latter stages of the...

Paraguay knock Brazil out of Copa America on penalties again

Just as they did at the same stage of the 2011 Copa America, Paraguay beat Brazil on penalties.

CONCEPCION, Chile -- Three thoughts on Brazil and Paraguay's Copa America quarterfinal, which Paraguay won 4-3 on penalties after the two sides drew 1-1.

Paraguay will now face Argentina in Tuesday's semifinal.

1. Brazil pay the penalty versus Paraguay again

History repeats itself after another reprehensible Brazil campaign. Paraguay knocked the five-time world champions out in a quarterfinal penalty shootout for the second Copa America in a row, while the Brazilians bowed out in embarrassingly...

 By Tom Marshall

In a tale of two halves, Mexico salvage a draw against Costa Rica

Mexico came back from behind after Javier Hernandez equaled the lead in second half, as Mexico played to a 2-2 draw against Costa Rica in Orlando.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Mexico's 2-2 draw with Costa Rica, where Mexico came back from 2-0 down to tie in the second half.

ORLANDO -- Mexico came back from 2-0 down at halftime to tie Costa Rica 2-2 on Saturday in El Tri's first preparation game for next month's Gold Cup.

Javier Hernandez netted the equalizer in the 55th minute with a header just two minutes after Giovani Dos Santos had finished to pull Mexico within a goal of Costa Rica.

Los Ticos took the lead through David Ramirez in the fourth and doubled it in the 36th, when Miguel Layun turned the ball into his own net.

Here are our three takes on the match:


Chile close on first Copa America title after quarterfinal win vs. Uruguay

Chile head coach Jorge Sampaoli insists his side deserved their 1-0 win over a 'defensive' Uruguay outfit in the Copa America quarter-finals.
Oscar Tabarez was furious with the Brazilian match officials over the red card shown to Edinson Cavani in Uruguay's 1-0 defeat in the Copa America quarter-finals to Chile.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Three observations from Chile's 1-0 win over Uruguay in the quarterfinals of the 2015 Copa America. 

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Chile one step closer to a first competition win

It was a moment that meant so much more than just putting Chile into the semifinal of the Copa America, or any competition, for the first time since 1999.

As Mauricio Isla fired the ball past the flailing Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera to give his country a dramatic 1-0 win over their nine-man opponent, the shot was so...

Brazil's two-faced performance vs. Venezuela enough to earn Group C win

Brazil celebrate after Thiago Silva put his side up 1-0 after just nine minutes.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Three observations from Brazil's 2-1 win over Venezeula in the Copa America group stage finale at the Estadio Monumental David Arellano.

1. Brazil's two-faced performance is enough

Neymar may be out of the Copa America, but Brazil are still in it. There may have been a frantic final few minutes after Miku cut the five-time World Cup winners' lead to 2-1, but the majority of this game brought Brazil's best play of the tournament -- and without their best player.

Then again,...