Goals and Highlights: Colombia 3-2 Peru in Copa America 2020
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Thank you for following the Copa América 3rd place game between Colombia and Peru. See you next time.
9:59 PM18 days ago

Great victory

In a great game for third place, Colombia won the award thanks to an inspired Luis Díaz who, on the hour mark, scored the definitive goal to give Colombia third place for the fifth time in the history of the Copa América; Peru left empty-handed.
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End game

Colombia 3-2 Perú.
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Colombia Goal

Diaz's long-range shot from long distance is placed into the corner and, despite Gallese's deflection, he scores the goal on the hour to seal the victory.

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Barrios leaves and Muriel enters, Colombia changes.
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Add 3 more minutes.
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Oscar Murillo also received a yellow card.
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Peru Goal

From a corner kick, Gianluca Lapadula, alone in the six-yard box, smashes in a solid header to level the score.

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Yotún's shot from outside the area was saved by Vargas without major problems.
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Gol Colombia 2-1

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Peña leaves and Santiago Ormeño enters, Peru changes.
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Goal Colombia 1-1

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Colombia Goal

Luis Díaz takes advantage of a counter-attack and in a one-on-one situation he scores in front of the goalkeeper to turn the game around.

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André Carillo brings down Juan Cuadrado and is also yellow carded.
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Barrios has to stop Cueva and receives a yellow card when the Peruvian counter-attack was in progress.
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Gianluca Lapadula with the hook and then with the shot with power that hits the crossbar.
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Mina and Zapata leave

Sánchez and Borja come in

Colombia changes.

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Luis Díaz with a half scissors kick inside the box and goalkeeper Gallese saved it and prevented the turnaround.
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Christian Cueva is also cautioned.
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Colombia Goal

Juan Guillermo Cuadrado from a free kick puts it into the bottom corner to surprise the goalkeeper and a barrier that opened up.

9:07 PM18 days ago

Goal Peru 1-0

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Start of the second half: Colombia 0-1 Peru.

Edwin Cardona is out and Yimmy Chará is in.

8:51 PM18 days ago

Half time

Colombia 0-1 Perú.
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Add 3 more minutes.
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Peru Goal

Yoshimar Yotún scored inside the box in front of Camilo Vargas and Peru, who had been the better team, is already winning at the Mané Garrincha.

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Tesillo's shot went just wide, but Colombia answered immediately.
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Sergio Peña beat two defenders, then the goalkeeper, but without much of an angle he sent his shot over the top of the goal and Peru missed it.
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Cardona and Diaz's wall is a little too long and the ball ends up going out of the field.
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Luis Díaz's first-time shot was saved by Pedro Gallese without bouncing.
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Gianluca Lapadula's cross to the near post fails to make a good reception and the ball goes wide.
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Gianluca Lapadula entered the area and before the goalkeeper's exit he sent the ball to the side. Peru close.
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Tapia leaves and Cartegena enters in a change forced by injury that Ricardo Gareca has to make.
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Renato Tapia is injured on his own and could leave the field with a muscle injury.
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A Peru player falls to the turf from a hit, but neither the referee nor the VAR flagged anything. Play restarts.
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Yotún's cross went all the way across the area, but failed to find the target at the far post.
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Tesillo put in the cross from a set piece, but the referee had already flagged an infringement.
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Mina went on the attack, but was caught offside after Juan Cuadrado's cross.
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Peru presses forward and wins the ball back, but Yotún's shot goes over the goal.
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One Colombia player, Luis Díaz, is left lying on the field after being unintentionally hit in the hand.
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The match between Colombia and Peru begins.
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They jump into the field

At this moment Colombia and Peru are already on the field and their national anthems are being played to start the game.
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How did Colombia arrive?

Colombia got out of the quarterfinals against Uruguay from the penalty spot, but in the semifinals against Argentina they did not have the same luck and were eliminated from the penalty spot.
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Already warmed up

The Colombian and Peruvian national teams are already on the field warming up for the match that will kick off in about 20 minutes.

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The referee

Raphael Claus, from Brazil, will be the referee in charge of Colombia vs. Peru, remembering that the Cafeteros are coming off a penalty shootout loss to Argentina and Peru lost to host Brazil by the minimum difference.
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XI Peru

1 Pedro Gallese

22 Alexander Callens

4 Anderson Santamaría

16 Marcos Johan Lopez

3 Aldo Corzo

10 Christian Cueva

19 Yoshimar Yotún

13 Renato Tapia

9 Gianluca Lapadula

18 André Carrillo

8 Sergio Peña

Ricardo Gareca once again sent Santiago Ormeño to the bench, who could have minutes during the second half.

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XI Colombia

12 Camilo Vargas

3 Óscar Murillo

13 Yerry Mina

6 William Tesillo

2 Stefan Medina

8 Gustavo Cuéllar

5 Wilmar Barrios

14 Luis Diaz

11 Juan Cuadrado

7 Duván Zapata

10 Edwin Cardona

It should be noted that Santos Borré will be on the bench and there are three players who played or play in Liga MX: Medina, Tesillo and Cardona.

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The stadium

This is what the Mané Garrincha stadium looks like to host the penultimate match of this competition. It is worth noting that in comparison to Rio de Janeiro, where 10 percent of the stadium's capacity will be allowed to enter, here in Brasilia the game will be played behind closed doors.

7:12 PM18 days ago

Favored party

According to some bookmakers in USA (BET), the favorite to win this afternoon is Colombia with -123, the draw is at +285 and if the Peruvian team wins the match, the odds are +340.
7:07 PM18 days ago

They have already faced

It is worth remembering that in the group stage, which had a strange conformation with countries per sector, Colombia and Peru met, where the Peruvians obtained an important victory that allowed them to qualify as group runners-up by beating the Colombian team 2-1. Will history repeat itself this afternoon?
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The award

The motivation for the two teams may not be sporting but economic, since the winner this afternoon will be pocketing a million dollars, not inconsiderable in the face of the coronavirus pandemic that has affected many teams and companies around the world.
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Colombia and Peru will play for honor and third place glory when they meet this Friday in the Copa America from Brasilia. We begin with coverage of the game.
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Tune in here Colombia vs Peru Live Score

Do not miss a detail of the match with the live updates and commentaries of VAVEL. Follow along with us all the details, commentaries, analysis and lineups for this Colombia vs Peru match.
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So you don't miss Colombia vs Peru

Peru has won the third place eight times, while Colombia has only won it four times.
It is worth noting that between the two nations they only have 3 Copa America titles.
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What time is Colombia vs Peru match for Copa America?

This is the start time of the game Colombia vs Peru of 9th July in several countries:

Argentina: 21:00 PM in DirecTV.

Bolivia: 20:00 PM in Tigo Sports.

Brazil: 21:00 PM in ESPN.

Chile: 20:00 PM in Canal 13 and DirecTV Play.

Colombia: 19:00 PM in Deportes RCN and Caracol Play.

Ecuador: 19:00 horas in DirecTV.

USA (ET): 20:00 PM in ESPN and TUDN.

Spain: 02:00 PM in Cuatro TV

Mexico: 19:00 PM in SKY Sports.

Paraguay: 21:00 PM in Tigo Sports.

Peru: 19:00 PM in DirecTV Play.

Uruguay: 21:00 PM in DirecTV.

Venezuela: 20:00 PM in DirecTV Sports.

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Last games

The Colombian national team has the balance in its favor in the last five matches in any competition with a balance of three wins, one draw and one loss; however, they have already met in the group stage of this edition where Peru won 2-1 with goals by Sergio Peña and an own goal by Yerri Mina; Miguel Borja scored a penalty goal.
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Key player Peru

Years go by and Christian Cueva keeps the great level that has characterized him throughout his career, with the possibility of generating danger on the flanks; reason why the ball will have to pass constantly through his feet if Peru wants to be successful.

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Key player Colombia

Yerry Mina is a leader at the back and has a great capacity to create danger from set pieces, although he was one of the elements that failed in the decisive penalty shootout against Argentina.

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Last Team Peru

1 Pedro Gallese; 15 Christian Ramos, 22 Alexander Callens, 4 Anderson Santamaría, 6 Miguel Trauco, 3 Aldo Corzo; 19 Yoshimar Yotún, 13 Renato Tapia, 10 Christian Cueva, 8 Sergio Peña; 9 Gianluca Lapadula.
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Last Team Colombia

1 David Ospina; 23 Davinson Sánchez, 13 Yerry Mina, 6 William Tesillo, 16 Daniel Muñoz; 8 Gustavo Cuéllar, 5 Wilmar Barrios, 14 Luis Díaz; 11 Juan Cuadrado, 7 Duván Zapata, 18 Santos Borré.
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No consolation for fools

Before the game, Colombia's technical director, Reinaldo Rueda, confessed that his team will face the match in the best possible way with the aim of reaching the podium in this edition.

"The illusion of reaching the final is gone and now we have the dignity of bidding farewell to the tournament in a decent way, against a difficult opponent. We have to face this match with the same professionalism. We cannot close the tournament before this match (...). This morning I pondered that concept of what it means to be third and that in South America, with all the well-structured teams, this should not be a consolation for fools, nor an empty argument", he said.

6:07 PM18 days ago

Peru: from less to more

Ricardo Gareca's team started from less to more and surprised by getting into the semifinals, where they lost 1-0 against Brazil. It is worth mentioning that although they had a bad first half, in the second half they adjusted their lines and were close several times to have sent the game to the penalty shootout.
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Colombia: they fell by the wayside

Colombia came close to tasting the sweetness of the final, but they did not have the strength from the penalty spot to beat Argentina, so their dream of lifting the international trophy again will be resumed in three years.
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For third place

Although it is a game that many have said should be eliminated, Colombia and Peru are facing each other for the not inconsiderable third place in an atypical Copa América that took place in Brazil after having been postponed for a year and with several changes of venue.
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Kick-off time

The Colombia vs Peru match will be played at the National Brasilia Stadium, in Brasilia, Brazil. The kick-off is scheduled at 8pm ET.
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