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July 16th, 2011 3:20AM
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[SCOREBOARD] Uruguay eliminated host Argentina from the 2011 Copa America with a 5-4 shootout win after their game ended 1-1. Carlos Tevez was the only player to miss his penalty kick. Carlos Augusto Lobaton and Juan Manuel Vargas scored in overtime to give Peru a 2-0 win over Colombia and reach the Copa America semifinals for the first time since 1997. For all the action ...

Quarterfinals
July 16
Peru 2 Colombia 0 (OT).
Goals: Lobaton 101, Vargas 111.
Argentina 1 Uruguay 1 (Uruguay wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Goals: Higuain 18; Perez 6.

July 17

Brazil vs. Paraguay (#3) (Univision, 3 pm ET)
Chile vs. Venezuela (#4) (Univision, 6:15 pm ET)

Semifinals
July 19
Peru vs. Uruguay (#5) (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)
July 20
#3 winner vs. #4 winner (#6) (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)

Third-Place Game
July 23
#5 loser vs. #6 loser (TeleFutura, 3 pm ET)

Final
July 24
#5 winner vs. #6 winner (Univision, 3 pm ET)

Group A
July 1
Argentina 1 Bolivia 1.
Goals: Aguero 76; Rojas 45.
July 2
Colombia 1 Costa Rica 0.
Goal: Ramos 45.
July 6
Argentina 0. Colombia 0.
July 7
Costa Rica 2 Bolivia 0.
Goals: Martinez 60, Campbell 79.
July 10
Colombia 2 Bolivia 0.
Goals: Falcao 5, 29.
July 11
Argentina 3 Costa Rica 0.
Goals: Aguero 45, 52, Di Maria 64.
Final Standings: Colombia 7 points; Argentina 5; Costa Rica 3; Bolivia 1.

Group B
July 3
Brazil 0 Venezuela 0.
Paraguay 0 Ecuador 0.
July 9
Brazil 2 Paraguay 2.
Goals: Jadson 38, Fred 90; Santa Cruz 56, Valdez 68.
Venezuela 1 Ecuador 0.
Goals: Gonzalez 60.
July 13
Paraguay 3 Venezuela 3.
Goals: Alcaraz 33, Barrios 62, Riveros 84; Rondon 5, Miku 89, Perozo 90.
Brazil 4 Ecuador 2.
Goals: Alexandre Pato 28, 61, Neymar 59, 71; Caicedo 37, 58.
Final Standings: Brazil 5 points; Venezuela 5; Paraguay 3; Ecuador 1.

Group C
July 4
Uruguay 1 Peru 1.
Goals: Suarez 45; Guerrero 23.
Chile 2 Mexico 1.
Goals: Paredes 67, Vidal 73; Araujo 41.
July 8
Chile 1 Uruguay 1.
Goals: Sanchez 64; A.Pereira 54.
Peru 1 Mexico 0.
Goal: Guerrero 83.
July 12
Chile 1 Peru 0.
Goal: own goal 90.
Uruguay 1 Mexico 0.
Goal: A.Pereira 14.
Final Standings: Chile 7 points; Uruguay 5; Peru 4; Mexico 0.



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