There’s no way this is going to be boring. Watch it. It’s guaranteed fun. MATCH INFO Competition/Round: 2019 Copa América, Quarterfinal 3 Date/Time: Friday, June 28, 2019, 8pm local time, 1am CET (Barcelona, Saturday), 12am BST/WAT (UK & Nigeria, Saturday), 7pm ET, 4pm PT (USA), 4. 30am IST (India, Saturday) Venue: Arena Corinthians, São Paulo Referee: Néstor Pitana (ARG) HOW TO WATCH, STREAM COPA AMÉRICA 2019 How to watch on TV: Telemundo (USA), TSN2 (Canada), Premier Sports 1 (UK), Startimes World Football (Nigeria), others How to stream: ESPN+, fuboTV (USA, affiliate links), TSN GO (Canada), Premier Player (UK), others *Barca Blaugranes has affiliate partnerships.
90+4. Nandez almost breaks into the box on the right hand side but Chile do enough to put him off and the ball runs out of play. Nandez lets out a cry of frustration. That was the final chance... 90+2. Uruguay have a corner and if it's going to happen, it really needs to be now... Torres' ball from the left is aimed towards Suarez but is dealt with well and cleared by Chile. The ball is launched back into the Chilean box but the referee deems Godin has committed a foul inside the box and Claudio Bravo takes his time in taking the resulting free-kick.
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69. SUBSTITUTION: Speaking of substitutes, Arturo Vidal looks to have been hurt in the goalmouth scramble in which Suarez poked the ball past Bravo for the equaliser and has been withdrawn as a result. Ben Brereton is also taken off, with Luciano Arriagada and Tomas Alarcon coming on. 67. The goal came from a corner that was earned by a good save from Claudio Bravo from a powerful Facundo Torres shot from the edge of the box. Torres then took the resulting corner from which the goal was scored.
Colombia vs Chile: How to WatchThe 2019 Copa America quarterfinals has one truly special matchup, and it takes place at the Arena Corinthians in São Paulo when Colombia meet Chile for a place in the semifinals on Wednesday. After the group stage it’s safe to say these are the best two teams in the tournament so far, and it’s somewhat sad they’ll face each other so soon in the knockout rounds. They’ve both used different players and formations and looked really good so far, and Colombia have been especially impressive and James Rodríguez is having another great tournament for his national team. Chile weren’t among the favorites but showed strength in the group stage, and they come into this match as underdogs who can easily pull off the upset thanks to the talent up front and their solid defense. Arturo Vidal will be back from injury and is ready to show all of his intensity that Barcelona fans love, and he’s also tasked with providing the service for Alexis Sánchez and Eduardo Vargas, who turn into scoring machines with La Roja and will hope to do it again on a big Copa América night.
71. Uruguay are attacking with more intent now, although Chile still look dangerous on the break. Vecino is doing well to break up the play for Uruguay and stop Chile from counter-attacking effectively. This one could go either way and with 20 minutes still on the clock plus stoppage time, both sides will be pushing for the winner.
It's knocked down but Chilean debutant Luciano Arriagada can't get his effort on target and it bounces past the post, though in fairness Muslera was charging out at him at some speed. 76. Another speculative long-range effort, this time from Chile's number 9 Jean Meneses. Muslera looks unworried by the effort and collect the ball for a goal kick. Both sides are pressing very high and leaving themselves exposed at the back, resulting in some open, free-flowing football from both sides. This promises to be an entertaining end to a highly entertaining game! 73. A free-kick taken from wide left for Uruguay is floated in and Diego Godin climbs above everyone to get his head on it. It goes comfortably over the bar but Godin shows that despite his 35 years, he's still very much able to have an impact in both boxes.
Credit: Getty A draw was ultimately a fair result for both sides, although a frustrated Uruguay will be disappointed not to have turned their superiority into goals to secure their first win of the tournament. Credit: Reuters MAN OF THE MATCH Chile's experienced playmaker Charles Aranguiz has been awarded the Man of the Match award following his excellent display at the heart of the Chile midfield.
The substitutes are definitely having an impact! GOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLL! URUGUAY ARE LEVEL! It's that man Luis Suarez with a true poacher's finish. The corner from Torres gets flicked on by a Vecino header in the box and finds Suarez lurking at the back post to poke it in. 1-1! URUGUAY 0-1 CHILE 65. It's been a very scrappy one so far, with each side committing 11 fouls apiece.
FT: URUGUAY 1-1 CHILE STATE OF PLAY Chile will ultimately be happy with a point to consolidate their position atop the table in Group A and will hope Paraguay can get at least a point against Argentina to ensure they stay top. Uruguay will be disappointed not to secure three points having had the better chances and more possession, but will be pleased to have their first point on the board nonetheless, having now played the toughest two teams in Group A.
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