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Copa America Group C profiles

Copa America

Goalies Sergio Romero, David Ospina define epic Copa America quarterfinal

The ESPN FC panel break down the Copa America match between Argentina and Colombia, and assert that the superior side won.

VINA DEL MAR, Chile -- This is a tale of two men born 18 months apart but united by their profession -- they stop goals -- and by their performance on a chilly Friday night in Chile, several long goal kicks away from the Pacific Ocean.

One has a famous brother, Diego, who is 6-foot-10 and plays for Argentina, albeit in basketball (and, previously, captained Florida State in the ACC). The other has a famous brother-in-law who also happens to be his Colombia teammate: James Rodriguez.

But there's...

Relief for Argentina after surviving physical duel with Colombia

The ESPN FC panel break down the Copa America match between Argentina and Colombia, and assert that the superior side won.

VINA DEL MAR, Chile -- Three observations from Argentina's 5-4 penalty shootout victory over Colombia in the Copa America quarterfinals.

1. Redemption for Carlos Tevez, relief for Argentina

They are still in the Copa America, and Lionel Messi still has a chance to break Argentina's 22-year trophy drought, but it is still unbelievable how this enthralling quarterfinal was required to go as far as 16 penalties in a shootout and that Colombia kept 11 men on the pitch.

Jose Pekerman's men were utterly...

Argentina, Colombia's Copa America clash poses questions for Pekerman

Jose Pekerman is wary of the talents of Lionel Messi ahead of the Copa America last eight clash between Colombia and Argentina
Argentina boss Gerardo Martino, defensive midfielder Javier Mascherano, Colombia coach José Pékerman and attacking midfielder Edwin Cardona preview Saturday's Copa América quarterfinal.

VINA DEL MAR, Chile -- What's past is prologue. You don't need to brush up on "The Tempest" to know that and Friday's Copa America quarterfinal clash between Argentina and Colombia is chock-full not just of prologue, but symmetry too.

It was 10 years and three days ago that these two teams met in the round of 16 of the Under-20 World Cup in the Netherlands. What's remarkable is how many of those players became full internationals and today form the spine of the Cafeteros and Albiceleste.

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Argentina wins 5-4 on Penalty Kicks.
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Tactical questions face Argentina, Colombia ahead of quarterfinal

Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez praises Argentina star Lionel Messi as they get ready for their Copa America quarterfinal match.

In a scenic park alongside a lake in a beautiful sea-resort town, the stadium at Vina del Mar provides a lovely setting for the heavyweight quarterfinal in the Copa America, the one between two teams that traveled to Chile with a realistic aim of carrying the trophy back home.

But both will be seeking to raise their game. Neither Argentina nor Colombia have entirely lived up to their billing in the tournament so far.

Argentina's dazzling collection of attacking talent flattered to deceive in...

Copa America quarterfinals: Argentina and Brazil face tense challenges

Miss any Copa America action this weekend? The Exploding Heads sum up how the group stage ended, including Neymar's red card and a Jamaican selfie with Messi.

The group stage is over, and we're now at the business end of the Copa America. ESPN FC's Miguel Delaney, on the ground in Chile for the tournament, runs the rule across the four quarterfinals.

Chile vs. Uruguay

All the momentum is with Chile, but all the history is with Uruguay.

The hosts have looked to be far and away the best team in this tournament so far, scoring twice as many goals as everybody else, but Uruguay have by far the best record in spoiling such house parties. On the past...

 By Tim Vickery

Colombia's win down to Carlos Sanchez dominating Neymar

Jeison Murillo's goal sealed a vital Colombia victory over Brazil in the Copa America to earn their first points of the tournament.
The ESPN FC panel highlight the many issues that Brazil encountered against Colombia in their 1-0 Copa America loss.

It was a night when Santiago turned into Bogota, or Barranquilla, Medellin or Cali. Brazil's 100 percent record under Dunga came to an end as Colombia held on to beat them by a single goal, accompanied by the roars and the vuvuzelas of the packed Colombian support.

This game had been billed as a clash between Neymar and James Rodriguez, however the real contest was between Neymar and Colombia's holding midfielder Carlos Sanchez -- and it was a clash with a clear winner.

Four years ago in the previous...