Who Won the Mexico vs. Chile Match in Copa America Quarterfinals?



Final Score

Mexico 0-0 0
Chile 2-5 7
Box Score

Chile put on the press, Mexico couldn’t respond, and the result is the worst loss in Mexico’s competitive history.

Eduardo Vargas was unstoppable, scoring four times in total. Sanchez got one in the second half, and Edson Puch started and ended the match with the first two international goals of his career.

Mexico’s 22-game unbeaten run under Osorio is over, and Chile is on to the semifinal against Colombia. It’s a disappointing exit for Mexico, who looked promising in the group stage but weren’t on the same level as Chile in this match.

Chile take on Colombia Wednesay night at Soldier Field.

Puch Ends The Scoring With His First International Brace

The worst competitive loss in Mexico’s history.

Vargas Scores His 4th in the 74th

Chile are putting on a show, and it’s not getting better for Guillermo Ochoa and Mexico.

Chile Stun Mexico With Three Early 2nd Half Goals

It’s a shocker in Santa Clara, as Chile’s pressure is overwhelming Mexico. It’s not shocking that Chile are ahead, but they just locked down the result ten minutes into the second half. A bad turnover in their own half led to Sanchez getting on the board to make it 3-0, and Vargas now has a hat trick. It’s getting embarrassing for Mexico, who look demoralized and uninspired.

Vargas Puts Chile Ahead 2-0

Chile have been in control for most of the first half, and they have the goals to show for it. Minutes after a goal was disallowed for offsides, another brilliant run of passing by Chile gives Vargas a point-blank opportunity.

Chile & Puch Strike First

Edson Puch picked a great time to score his first-ever international goal, as Chile put enough pressure on Ochoa to get the goal and an early lead. Puch was added to the roster as an injury replacement, and received just his 7th cap in this quarterfinal.

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