Copa America: Argentina, pitiless for Paraguay, Chile joined the final

Fait rare, Messi n'a marqué aucun des six buts de l'Argentine en demi-finale de la Copa America face au Paraguay, le 30 juin à Santiago.

Argentina qualified for the final of the Copa America 2015, where it will face Chile after his demonstration against Paraguay, 6-1 in the semifinals, Tuesday, June 30 Lionel Messi scored no six goals for his team, but the captain and star player of the albiceleste managed by far his best game of the tournament by distilling four assists

Football: Chile in the final of “his” Copa America

Argentina took the lead in the semi-final in one direction, much less exciting than Chile-Peru (2-1) of the day before, from the 15 e minute Marcos Rojo. The Albiceleste doubled the mark on a new Assist by his star player Lionel Messi who found in the penalty area Javier Pastore (27 e ).

Finale Saturday against Chile

But Paraguay, who had quickly lost Derlis Gonzalez and his captain, Roque Santa Cruz, injured, rebelled. Lucas Barrios took advantage of a bad return of the Argentine defense, lethargic, reducing the scoring just before returning to the locker room with a superb shot from 20 meters (43 e ).

Argentina and Paraguay had already met in the tournament, a pool match that had ended in a 2-2, while the Albiceleste had rallied the changing rooms with two goals. There was no similar scenario this time and doubt has hardly had time to settle in the Argentinean camp: Angel Di Maria scored two goals in quick succession (47 e 53 e ) and knocked definitely the surprise finalist in the Copa 2011.

On a perfect pass from Messi, Sergio Aguero brought the 5-1 to the 80 e minute, then three minutes later Gonzalo Higuain, hardly came into play, added a sixth and final goal. The Albiceleste can end Saturday in a period of twenty-two years without a title since winning the Copa America in 1993. But before his audience, Chile hopes to win for the first in its history the queen competition of the South American football, created in 1916, after four lost finals.

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