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  • Saturday, 03 July 1999
  • Antonio Oddone Sarubbi
  • Copa América 1999
  • Ciudad del Este - Paraguai
  • Público do Jogo: 22000
  • Iván Zamorano
  • 5'
  • Fabián Estay
  • 21'
  • Edson Tortolero
  • 66' (Own Goal)
  • 1
  • Marcelo Ramírez
  • 13
  • Jorge Vargas
  • 39'
  • 6
  • Pedro Reyes
  • 3
  • Miguel Ramírez
  • 2
  • Raúl Palacios
  • 8
  • Clarence Acuña
  • 16
  • Mauricio Aros
  • 20
  • Fabián Estay
  • 10
  • José Luis Sierra
  • 45'
  • 7
  • (Nelson Parraguez)
  • 45'
  • 9
  • Iván Zamorano
  • 75'
  • 18
  • (Pedro González Vera)
  • 75'
  • 11
  • Marcelo Salas
  • '
  • 69'
  • 1
  • Renny Vega
  • 14
  • Leopoldo Jiménez
  • 2
  • Rolando Álvarez
  • 18'
  • 6
  • José Manuel Rey
  • '
  • 17
  • Miguel Echenausi
  • 8
  • Edson Tortolero
  • 21
  • José Vera
  • 5
  • Héctor Bidoglio
  • 10
  • Gabriel Urdaneta
  • 60'
  • 11
  • (Félix Hernández)
  • 60'
  • 22
  • Ruberth Morán
  • 55'
  • 9
  • (Juan García )
  • 55'
  • '
  • 7
  • Daniel Noriega
  • Nelson Acosta
  • José Omar Pastoriza
  • Árbitro: Juan Luna Bolívia
  • goal
  • yellow card
  • red card
  • yellow/red card
  • substitution (out)
  • substitution (in)
  • How Argentina will rank in 2011 Copa América?
Will be the champion
Will be the runner-up again
Will be at the semi-finals
Will be eliminated at the first round
  • Bolivia
  • Participations:  23
  • Matches:  102
  • Historical Ranking: 
  • The edition with the highest goal average was held in 1937, in Peru. In six matches, 37 goals were scored, an average of 6.17 goals per match. In that year, Argentina wound up as champion, and Uruguayan player Norberto Figueroa was the best striker with four goals.