Sportea Pro SOCCER Uruguay boot Brazil out to set up Copa América semi-final with Colombia

Uruguay boot Brazil out to set up Copa América semi-final with Colombia

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Uruguay will play Colombia in the Copa América semi-last coming to fruition to beat Brazil 4-2 on disciplines close to the fulfillment of a broadening 0-0 draw.

Sergio Rochet saved Brazil’s key discipline in the shootout from Éder Militão while his adornment Douglas Luiz hit the post. Brazil head Alisson Becker denied José Giménez at this point Manuel Ugarte covered the unequivocal spot kick.
In a creating contribution in 41 fouls from the two parties, Uruguay’s Darwin Núñez had the most clear entryway when he missed a short closeness header. At the same time, Brazil’s Raphinha saw his work on a counter-attack demolished by Rochet.

Uruguay were down to 10 men in the last part when Nahitan Nandez was sent off following a VAR frame for a crunching tackle on Rodrygo, but Brazil couldn’t benefit from the advantage as Uruguay shut shop to take the match to disciplines.
In Saturday’s other quarter-last, James Rodriguez scored one and made two as crushed Panama 5-0 in Arizona. Jhon Córdoba, Luis Diaz, Richard Rios, and Miguel Borja were various scorers.

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