2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
2-1-0, 1st in Copa America
Messi's teammates surprise him with gifts for his birthday (2:14)
17h
Scaloni: Even if Messi is tired, he makes the difference (0:24)
3d
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10dAdriana Garcia

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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10dAssociated Press

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.

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11dESPN

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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11dAdriana Garcia

Hearings into Maradona's death begin

Prosecutors have began the hearings of seven medical professionals facing charges in Diego Maradona's death.

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11dReuters

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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15dReuters

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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16dReuters

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.

Will Argentina's defensive improvement help Messi to silverware? (0:49)
19d
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21dAdriana Garcia

Tevez leaves Boca Juniors, won't say he's retired

Carlos Tevez, the former Argentina and Manchester United forward, has left Boca Juniors although left the door open for a return to football.

RankingsCopa America

Goal Difference23rd
Goals Scored3Tied-5th
Assists2Tied-2nd
Goals Conceded1Tied-1st