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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Carlos Zambrano sorry to Peru fans for red after Copa America loss to Chile

Peru coach Ricardo Gareca admits Carlos Zambrano's 20th minute red card in their Copa America defeat to Chile gave them an uphill battle.
An Eduardo Vargas brace pushed Chile within a game of their first Copa America title as the hosts eliminated 10-man Peru 2-1 in the first semifinal.
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.
Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli previewed Tuesday's Copa America semifinal against Peru and said he doesn't like being named as 'favourites.'
Hosts Chile remain on course for a first Copa America title when they face Peru in the semi-finals
Take a "By The Numbers" look ahead of the Copa America semifinals, where Argentina aim to advance to a 27th Copa America final and Arturo Vidal hopes to lead Chile on a historic run.

Peru defender Carlos Zambrano offered an apology to his country and his fans on Tuesday after Chile's 2-1 win over 10-man Peru in the semifinals of the Copa America on Monday.

Zambrano, 25, was sent off in the 20th minute after cleanly clearing the ball but landing an exaggerated studs-up follow-through into the small of Charles Aranguiz's back. The incident earned the Eintracht Frankfurt defender a straight red card and Chile's Arturo Vidal blasted the free-kick straight into the wall.

"Sure, now...

 By PA Sport

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli: 'I don't like the idea of being favourites'

Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli previewed Tuesday's Copa America semifinal against Peru and said he doesn't like being named as 'favourites.'
Hosts Chile remain on course for a first Copa America title when they face Peru in the semi-finals
Take a "By The Numbers" look ahead of the Copa America semifinals, where Argentina aim to advance to a 27th Copa America final and Arturo Vidal hopes to lead Chile on a historic run.
Ricardo Gareca believes his Peru side isn't fazed by the task ahead of them heading into their Copa America semi-final against Chile in Santiago.

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli has played down his side's favourites' tag ahead of their eagerly anticipated Copa America semifinal clash with rivals Peru.

The tournament hosts remain on course for a first Copa America title after overcoming Uruguay in a controversial quarterfinal last Thursday.

Peru, who beat Bolivia in the last round, now stand in their way in Santiago as they eye a place in Sunday's final against Argentina or Paraguay.

Sampaoli told reporters: "It is a very important match for us...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chile's Gonzalo Jara banned for remainder of Copa America

Chile head coach Jorge Sampaoli insists his squad can cope with the three-match suspension handed to Gonzalo Jara at the Copa America.
Chile players have defended teammate Gonzalo Jara after his controversial actions in their Copa America quarterfinal against Uruguay.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara has been banned from the remainder of the Copa America for provoking Uruguay's Edinson Cavani in a quarterfinal match.

The three-game ban handed down Sunday by South America's governing body rules out Jara from Monday's semifinal against Peru.

Jara came up behind Cavani in Wednesday's match and pushed his finger into Cavani's backside. Cavani reacted and raised his hand toward Jara's head, with the Chilean feigning an injury and collapsing on the...

 By PA Sport

Gonzalo Jara's club Mainz open to offers after Edinson Cavani incident

The ESPN FC panel recap the inappropriate incident that happened between Gonzalo Jara and Edinson Cavani, where they unanimously agree that Jara must be suspended for his actions.
The ESPN FC experts react to Luis Suarez's controversial tweet after Uruguay lost to Chile in the quarterfinal of the Copa America.

Chile defender Gonzalo Jara has incurred the wrath of his club side Mainz following his controversial actions at the Copa America, with the Bundesliga outfit prepared to let the player leave.

Jara, 29, has found himself in the spotlight for an incident which led to Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani being sent off during Wednesday's quarterfinal in Santiago, which the hosts won 1-0 with a late goal.

Television images appeared to show Jara poking Cavani's backside before then falling to the ground holding...