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 By Tim Vickery

Charles Aranguiz's absence a challenging reality for Chile

Charles Aranguiz was a key contributor to Chile's Copa America win and the team missed him in an uneasy win against Paraguay.

Chile's current generation have made history. In the last two World Cups they have made it to the second round -- with the exception of 1962, which they hosted, their best ever performances. And a couple of months ago they finally put an end to the trophy drought, winning the Copa America on home soil.

They can count on a group of players who will be at their peak for a while yet. The Copa, then, might not mark the end of the story. Almost all of the current side should still be good for Russia...

 By Tim Vickery

Under the radar friendly the key moment in Chile's Copa title run

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.

And so the dust has settled on Chile's historic Copa America win. A few days ago the population were charging around in celebration, yelling 'Chi-Chi-Chi, Le-Le-Le' at the tops of the voices. That has now been replaced by a quiet glow of happiness. And with the distance of a few days' perspective, the path to victory becomes clearer.

It now seems evident that there was key moment at the end of March, when Chile lost 1-0 to Brazil in a friendly played in London.

International friendlies can be...

 By Nick Miller

Alexis Sanchez threatened by burnout after overexertion for Arsenal, Chile

After scoring the penalty that won the Copa America for Chile, Alexis Sanchez dashed away to celebrate, as you would in such a moment of joy.

He had secured Chile's first Copa win in their 99-year history and added to his healthy collection of medals, which include a La Liga title with Barcelona and the FA Cup with Arsenal, as well as a UEFA Super Cup medal won during his time in Catalonia.

There's a decent chance more could come for him at club level this season, too. The signing of goalkeeper...

Copa America brought Chile success, Argentina frustration and much more

Chile held their nerve to win a penalty shootout vs. Argentina and claim their first Copa America title.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- It unfolded the way many previous Copa America tournaments have unfolded. It had the tension, the passion and the familiarity, as well as the sense that you were witnessing another battle in a never-ending conflict and that you will never get closure.

When a competition is this old -- 99 years and counting -- and so drenched in history, it inevitably becomes self-referential. The FA Cup in England does the same and you can't blame either.

In a football landscape dominated by big...

Eduardo Vargas and Lionel Messi shine in the Copa America's top moments

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Brazil lack a self-identity without the likes of Neymar in the side, but also attributes the lack of experience to their poor performances.

Now that the 2015 Copa America is done, ESPN FC's Miguel Delaney takes a look at the top 10 moments that helped shape the tournament.

10. Venezuela stun Colombia, Falcao struggles

The Copa's first big shock, and one that showed why Colombia so struggled to replicate their revelation of a World Cup. With manager Jose Pekerman insistent on disrupting the formation of Brazil 2014 by trying to integrate an off-form Radamel Falcao, his side lost all their verve, allowing Venezuela to easily frustrate...

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

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....