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  • Tuesday, 29 June 1999
  • Defensores del Chaco
  • Copa América 1999
  • Asunción - Paraguai
  • Público do Jogo: 38000
  • Jorge Soto
  • 70'
  • Roberto Holsen
  • 74'
  • Roberto Holsen
  • 81'
  • Wagner Lopes
  • 6'
  • Atsuhiro Miura
  • 77'
  • 1
  • Óscar Ibáñez
  • 6
  • José Soto
  • 3
  • Juan Reynoso
  • '
  • 2
  • Miguel Rebosio
  • 14
  • Jorge Soto
  • 15
  • José Pereda
  • 82'
  • 19
  • (Marko Ciurlizza )
  • 82'
  • 10
  • Roberto Palacios
  • 45'
  • 17
  • (Roberto Holsen )
  • 45'
  • 8
  • Juan José Jayo
  • '
  • 7
  • Nolberto Solano
  • 9
  • Flavio Maestri
  • 82'
  • 13
  • (Juan Velásquez )
  • 82'
  • 18
  • Claudio Pizarro
  • 20
  • Seigo Narazaki
  • 8
  • Shigeyoshi Mochizuki
  • 65'
  • 19
  • (Atsuhiro Miura)
  • 65'
  • 4
  • Masami Ihara
  • 5
  • Yutaka Akita
  • 6
  • Toshihiro Hattori
  • 15
  • Kazuaki Tasaka
  • 30'
  • 22
  • (Takashi Fukunishi )
  • 30'
  • 7
  • Teruyoshi Ito
  • 10
  • Hiroshi Nanami
  • 13
  • Toshiya Fujita
  • 11
  • Wagner Lopes
  • 73'
  • 16
  • (Daisuke Oku)
  • 73'
  • 12
  • Shoji Jo
  • Juan Carlos Oblitas
  • Philippe Troussier
  • Árbitro: Byron Moreno Equador
  • 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
  • Brazil
  • Participations:  32
  • Matches:  173
  • Historical Ranking: 
  • The two greatest players did not win Copa América. Brazilian player Pelé participated only in the 1959 edition, when he was the best striker (having scored eight goals) and wound up as the runner-up. Argentine striker Maradona played in three Copa América championships, but did not win the title (1979, 1987, and 1989).