With Peru and Brazil classified, this is how the keys to the semifinals of the Copa América remained

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With Peru and Brazil classified, this is how the keys to the semifinals of the Copa América remained: day, time, and date of all matches.

Those of Gareca and those of Tite were the first to obtain the ticket to the final stages of the competition.

A new exciting day of the Copa América came to an end and defined one of the keys to the semifinals. Peru and Brazil managed to defeat their opponents to be one step away from the culminating match with its main stage, the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, on Saturday, June 10. But first, they must face the semifinals at the Olympic Nilton Santos; the court usually uses Botafogo on Monday, July 5, with the scheduled start time of 20 hours.

The homeowner got his ticket in a victory suffered against the Chilean team. Thanks to both Lucas Paquetá at the minute of the complement, Tite's team made the ticket to the semifinals at the Nilton Santos Stadium in Rio de Janeiro with that 1-0 victory.

The first inning of this part of the draw saw a vibrant qualifier from Peru after beating Paraguay on penalties. The Tigre team has just been a finalist in the 2019 edition and was once again among the best four in the competition, just as it did in 2015 when it lost to Chile in the semifinals 2-1. The duel against the Paraguayans was one of the most exciting of the tournament, with a 3-3 equality in regular time that forced them to define everything from 12 steps

This Saturday, it will be the turn of the protagonists on the other side of the table: Colombia will face Uruguay from 7 p.m. at the Nacional de Brasilia. The winner will be waiting for the duel between Argentina and Ecuador that will be played at the Goiania stadium starting at 10 p.m. . the essential tournament on a continental level is one step away from reaching the most exciting point. The four teams that overcome the quarterfinals will be 90 minutes from the final duel in search of a new Copa América.

It is worth remembering that Uruguay is the top winner of the contest with 15 consecrations, followed by Argentina with 14. Brazil accumulates nine and seeks to maintain its undefeated at home to continue cutting the difference. Much lower in the record, Peru, Paraguay, and Chile appear with two titles. Finally, the table of champions is completed by Bolivia and Colombia, with a Copa América each won, both locally.


• Quarterfinals : Colombia-Uruguay (3/7 - 7pm) / Argentina-Ecuador (3/7 - 10pm)

• Semifinal : Peru-Brazil / Chile (5/7 - 20hs)

• Semifinal : Argentina / Ecuador-Colombia / Uruguay (6/7 - 10pm)

• Third place : Friday, July 9 (9pm)

• Final: Saturday July 10 (9pm)