Five stars of Copa América 2015 you (probably) won’t have heard of

Christian Cueva

Copa América 2015 draws to a close this weekend with hosts Chile and pre-tournament favourites Argentina desperate to end their barren runs in the competition when the neighbouring nations meet in the final in Santiago on Saturday night. We’ve seen some … Continue reading

Argentina thrash Paraguay to reach Copa América 2015 Final

Angel Di Maria

Argentina crushed the 2011 runners up Paraguay 6-1 to progress to the final of the 2015 Copa América where they will meet tournament hosts Chile. Marcos Rojo and Javier Pastore put the 14-time winners in control but substitute Lucas Barrios … Continue reading

Argentina through to semi-finals as Tevez wins shoot-out

Argentina win the shoot-out

Argentina are through to the last four of the Copa América winning 5-4 on penalties after a 0-0 draw with Colombia in normal time. After a goalless draw over 90 breathless minutes, the game headed straight for spot-kicks. Both sides netted … Continue reading

Copa América 2015 Quarter-final Preview: Messi’s Argentina face Falcao’s Colombia

The group stage of Copa América 2015 was completed on Sunday night, with Brazil’s 2-1 victory confirming their place in the last eight of the competition. Mexico, Ecuador, Jamaica and Venezuela have all been eliminated, so here’s how we’re shaping up in … Continue reading

Argentina must copy Chile to win Copa América 2015

Argentina are into the quarterfinals of the 2015 Copa América as group winners after they beat Jamaica 1-0. Gonzalo Higuaín’s disguised shot just 10 minutes into the match was eventually enough for Tata Martino’s men to take maximum points in … Continue reading

Copa América 2015 betting preview

Copa América 2015 kicks-off on June 11, with 10 teams from South America and two tournament invitees, Mexico and Jamaica, competing for the continent’s most prestigious international prize. Not just the best teams but also South America’s best players will … Continue reading

The Race for the Title: Newell’s, Lanús or River?

With just six games to play in the Torneo Final, it is looking increasingly likely that one of Newell’s Old Boys, Lanús or River Plate will take the crown. After thirteen games, the Primera has become a three-horse race. Newell’s … Continue reading