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Caravario: Messi abandoned in final


Delaney: Relief for Argentina

Copa America
 By Sam Kelly

Man United target Sergio Romero capable of stepping up with Valdes off

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Manchester United's transfer business deserves praise this summer.

Even with the cliché that goalkeepers are "different," there can't be many with the career trajectory that Sergio Romero has.

Transferred across the world almost before he'd broken out of his youth team, he has come close to records without conceding for one team, surpassed such a record for his country and remained a first-choice international even while playing in the Italian second division. He is now available on a free transfer in the same 12-month spell after he featured in a World Cup...

Messi once again abandoned by Argentina in Copa final

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Lionel Messi looks nothing like his Barcelona self when he throws on the Argentina kit, but Steve Nicol explains Messi is only missing winning a final.

BUENOS AIRES -- According to some partisan reaction -- Juan Sebastian Veron and certain journalists -- you're not allowed to question Lionel Messi. You're only allowed to express appreciation and admiration.

Unfortunately, because everyone puts their greatest hopes in Messi (not a day goes by reminding him he's the best in the world), he is also subject to the highest standards. And when the team loses, he shoulders the blame.

That's how the logic of football works. The storm will surely pass...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo behind Diego Godin for most minutes played

Diego Godin must continue his superb form for Atletico if Uruguay is to contend for top honors this summer.
Diego Godin celebrates after scoring for Atletico Madrid against Real Madrid in the 2014 Champions League final.

There's been a lot of football played over the past two years, and one player leads the way in minutes played by some considerable distance. This player has effectively played over four more games than any other. 

He has led his team to La Liga glory, to the verge of ultimate European glory and has taken over the captaincy of his country.

But while he plays in Spain, he isn't one of the biggest stars of the world game at Barcelona or Real Madrid. 

In first place is Atletico Madrid...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi and Argentina, Gold Cup favourites, Lampard and Gerrard

Lionel Messi will have to wait at least another year to lift an international trophy with Argentina.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

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Saturday's Copa America final loss to Chile marked the second time in a year Lionel Messi has come up short in a major tournament with Argentina. With another Copa scheduled, but not guaranteed, for next year and a World Cup three long years away, is the Barca legend doomed to finish his Albiceleste career...

Chile's collective spirit and teamwork too much for star-driven Argentina

Chile triumphed over Argentina in dramatic fashion in the Copa America final as Alexis Sanchez put home the decisive penalty to secure the host nations first ever Copa America crown.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Take Route 60 east out of Santiago, past the town of Los Andes, through increasingly rocky terrain and up beyond the treeline. Climb up almost vertically, through no fewer than 29 switchbacks, past the Lago de los Incas.

If you stay on the winding road another two and a half miles, you'll reach the border with Argentina and the tunnel separating these Andean neighbours. But make a right turn after a mile or so and climb even further. Eventually, you'll hit the old border crossing....

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina forced to start over after Copa America final defeat vs. Chile

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets and debate whether or not Diego Maradona could have won this edition of the Copa America if he had been on the team in his prime.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- For 120 minutes, the final of the 2015 Copa America was a bit like a trusty old car that has passed its prime. A game of nearlys and what-might-have-beens, it spluttered but failed to spark until, in the penalty shoot-out, the game turned a glorious Chilean red. At last, the host country have something to put in their trophy cabinet.

For Argentina, this must have felt like a cruel re-run of last year's World Cup. The stand-out feature of the team is, of course, its individual...