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Messi beats Ronaldo in all-time free kick chart

Lionel Messi has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo as the active player to score the most free kicks after scoring in Argentina's Copa America opener.

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Copa America: 52 COVID-19 positive cases

Brazil's health ministry raised the number of COVID-19 cases related to the Copa America to 52 from 41, including 33 players or staffers.

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Paraguay come from behind to beat Bolivia

Paraguay went behind to an early penalty but scored three times in the second half for a 3-1 win over Bolivia in Monday's Copa America opener.

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Maradona 3D light show dazzles at Copa stadium

Diego Maradona's life was honored in a tribute featuring lights and projections onto the pitch before Argentina's Copa America opener against Chile.


COVID cases among Copa team hotel workers

Brazil's Ministry of Health said on Monday that 31 players and Copa America delegation members had tested positive for COVID-19 by Sunday.

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Messi scores stunner but Chile nab Copa draw

Lionel Messi scored for Argentina, but Chile answered in the second half as the sides played to a 1-1 draw in the group stage at the Copa America.

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Messi worried about contracting COVID-19

Argentina striker Lionel Messi confessed on Sunday that he worries about contracting COVID-19, a day before he kicks off another Copa America.

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Colombia third team at Copa with positive test

Two members of Colombia's Copa America delegation tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, becoming the third team to have a positive test.

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Brazil supreme court rejects bids to block Copa

Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday rejected all three injunctions sought to prevent the Copa America tournament being held in the country.

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Mastercard, Ambev pull out as Copa sponsors

Mastercard Inc and drinks company Ambev, major sponsors of South American football, backed away from the Copa America on Wednesday.