Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani were born just weeks apart in the same city of Salto. Those few weeks produced 106 goals for Uruguay, spearheading a golden era. A rejuvenated Diego Forlán, with Diego Godin and Walter Gargano, all part of a team that lifted the 2011 Copa America.
Among the South American juggernauts of Argentina and Brazil, it was not once, but twice that Chile shocked the continent. The 2015 and 2016 Copa America winners were led by their fearless style and world class core: Claudio Bravo, Gary Medel, Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sánchez.
🔥 The biggest rivalry in international football 🔥 Copa América 2019 winners @CBF_Futebol face off against @Argentina in #Messi ’s return from suspension 👀 ⏰ TODAY at 11:50AM ET / 8:50AM PT 💥 📺 Live & exclusively on beIN SPORTS
🔥 The biggest rivalry in international football 🔥 Copa América 2019 winners @CBF_Futebol face off against @Argentina in #Messi ’s return from suspension 👀 ⏰ TOMORROW at 11:50AM ET / 8:50AM PT 💥 📺 Live & exclusively on beIN SPORTS
@DaniAlvesD2 : first footballer EVER to win 40 trophies! 3x 🌍 UCL 2x 🌍 UEL 4x 🇪🇺 Supercup 3x 🌎 Club World Cup 6x La Liga 5x Supercup 5x CDR 1x Serie A 1x Cup 2x Ligue 1 2x Supercup 1x Cup 1x League Cup 2x 🌎 Confed Cup 2x 🌎 Copa America 🤯 Wow.
You know Brazil have some serious talent when these players don’t make their Copa America squad 👀
OFFICIAL: announces his retirement from football. 😢 🏆 2x La Liga 🏆🇪🇺 1x UCL 🏆 1x Serie A 🏆 1x Copa America 🏆🌍 1x World Cup ⚽️ 3x UEFA Team of the Year 🌐 3x FIFPro World XI 🌎 2x FIFA POTY 🏅 1x UEFA POTY 🥇 1x Ballon d'Or End of an era 🙌