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Copa America verdict: Best and worst game, best goal, biggest surprise, more

Anthony Richardson recaps the Copa America Centenario final, including the most memorable moments from New Jersey.

Now that the 2016 Copa America has come to an end, we asked our writers to reflect on its highs and lows.

BEST GAME

Tim Vickery: I enjoyed Argentina's semifinal display in the 4-0 win vs. the U.S. and Chile's 7-0 quarterfinal rout of Mexico immensely; they were magnificent team performances. But in terms of a game involving two teams, I think I might have to go with Ecuador 2-2 Peru. The Peruvians started out like a train, with Ecuador straining to get back in it.

Jeff Carlisle: Argentina 2-1 Chile: This...

Marketing exec says he tracked secret payments for Copa America

The Exploding Heads break down the recent World Cup playoffs as all 32 teams are now set for Russia.

NEW YORK -- Payments to the head of Peruvian football were masked under the name "Fiat." Money for Paraguay's boss was listed as "Honda."

Excel spreadsheets detailed the cloak-and-dagger recording system of money given to "Benz," "VW," "Toyota," "Kia," and "Peugeot," among others, including a pair of payments labeled "Q2022" that appeared to be related to the FIFA executive committee's 2010 vote giving Qatar rights to host the 2022 World Cup.

"We basically decided to make up fantasy names for each...

Ex-CEO testifies Fox Sports partnered with his firm to pay bribes for TV rights

Alejandro Burzaco, seen here in 2010, says his firm partnered with Fox Sports to pay bribes for TV rights.

A former marketing CEO has testified that Fox Sports partnered with his firm to make millions of dollars in bribes to high-ranking officials in exchange for lucrative broadcasting rights to major football tournaments.

Alejandro Burzaco, former CEO of the firm based in Argentina, testified at a U.S. corruption trial on Tuesday that Fox and other broadcasters were involved in a scheme to pay bribes -- concealed using offshore side entities and sham contracts -- that secured rights for the Copa America...