Argentina beat Brazil 1-0 to win the Copa America

Rio de Janeiro - ALsharqiya, July 11: Argentina won their first major tournament in 28 years on Saturday, and Lionel Messi won his first medal in the white and cyan shirt, when Angel Di Maria's goal led them to beat Brazil 1-0 and win the Copa America title for the 15th time in a tie. a Record. Di Maria, who made the starting line-up for only the second time in the Copa America, justified his choice by scoring the opening goal in the middle of the first half. Renan Lodi failed to block a long pass from Rodrigo de Paul, so Di Maria calmly shot over goalkeeper Ederson. The Brazilian team increased its pressure in the exciting second half, but even in the presence of five strikers on the field, he did not manage to score the equalizer against the Argentine defense and in front of him was the wonderful De Paul. "First of all, we have to congratulate the opponent, especially for the first half, during which they managed to contain our danger completely," said Brazil defender Thiago Silva. "In the second half, there was no parity. Only one team tried to play football, the other only lost time and we knew he would." This is not an excuse, we did not do what we should do, especially in the first half and the victory of the Argentine national team was a victory for Barcelona striker Messi, who won his first title in his country's shirt after a long career full of individual awards and titles with his club. Argentina players surrounded their captain after the final whistle. Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez celebrated what he described as an unforgettable victory at the famous Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro. With this victory, the Argentine team extended its unbeaten run to 20 matches under the leadership of Scaloni, and inflicted Brazil's first defeat in an official match since losing to Belgium in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup.


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