Lionel Messi looks determined to finally win Copa America (1:08)
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Neymar closing in on Pele's scoring record for Brazil (1:25)
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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.

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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.