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Time is now for Argentina

Copa America


 By Tim Vickery

Messi's retirement among biggest takeaways from Copa Centenario

Might Lionel Messi have been shaping up to retire from international football even if Argentina had won the Copa Centenario? It is a possibility. The criticisms of the Argentine FA that he said he would outline after the tournament, and the way he said he had been thinking about his decision, could add up to a plan of jumping ship whatever happened at MetLife Stadium.

If this is the case, then Argentina's penalty shootout defeat to Chile -- and Messi's missed kick -- probably make a rethink more...

 By Arch Bell

Lionel Messi, Alexis Sanchez lead way in Copa America Best XI

ESPN's Kevin Negandhi reports on the news of Lionel Messi's announcement of his retirement from international football.

The Copa America Centenario is done and dusted, with Chile claiming their second major trophy in as many years, a 4-2 victory on penalties over Argentina. There were a number of stalwart performances from players throughout the tournament, yet only a select number made the ESPN FC Copa America Best XI.

GK David Ospina, Colombia -- Arguably the toughest decision of them all. Ospina had a very good tournament from start to finish for Colombia, including a massive save to deny Peru a late winner...

 By Tom Marshall

Chile can challenge at the World Cup after back-to-back Copa America titles

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- With all the fallout surrounding Lionel Messi's apparent retirement from the Argentina national team, it was easy to forget that Chile had just accomplished the formidable achievement of winning back-to-back Copa Americas.

And while the decision by the most recognizable player on the planet -- although Cristiano Ronaldo may dispute that -- to retire from the Albiceleste is huge news, Chile's victory should not be left to go quietly into the night.

"I heard," midfielder Arturo...

 By Tim Vickery

Lionel Messi's pain, Argentina woe show power of international football

ESPN's Diego Monroig speaks with Argentina's Lionel Messi about his future, following his side's loss to Chile in the Copa America Centenario final.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Has an era ended with a penalty that Lionel Messi sent high over a New Jersey crossbar?

Many Argentina fans had an air of resignation as they came away from MetLife Stadium, but there were stronger emotions boiling over in the dressing room. Anger, revolt, disbelief and profound sadness must have been more prevalent. How much of this can the players take?

Messi announced his retirement from international football after the game. Others might follow, or they might rethink....

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina feel the pressure, lose second straight Copa America vs. Chile

EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey -- Just when it seemed the image of Brazilian football could get no lower, referee Heber Roberto Lopes was inflicted on an unsuspecting Copa America final. Six years ago, Howard Webb of England made a mess of the 2010 World Cup final because he tried too hard to keep everyone on the pitch and ended up letting too much go. Here, Lopes went way too far in the opposite direction and somewhat detracted from the game as a spectacle.

Sunday's game was always going to be an...

Chile keep Lionel Messi at bay in defence of Copa America crown

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Chile successfully defended their Copa America title on Sunday night, beating Argentina on penalties in a rematch of the 2015 final that also went to spot kicks after a scoreless draw. Francisco Silva converted the decisive attempt for the hosts after Lionel Messi and Lucas Biglia missed for the Albiceleste, which has now lost in the final of a major tournament for the third consecutive summer. Here are three quick thoughts on the match.

1. Chile deserved the win