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Uruguay send message to Copa America rivals

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Gab Marcotti points to the performances of Angel Di Maria, Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi while examining where Argentina fell short against Colombia.
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The FC crew discuss whether Brazil or Argentina will win it all at Copa America, or if the champion will come from the rest of the field.

Copa America title aspirants Argentina, as Saturday night in Salvador made very clear, are a work in progress. With some decisions and adjustments to be taken with their attack, so are Brazil.

Uruguay are not. Under the calm and wise stewardship of Oscar Washington Tabarez, they make serene progress, always thinking about the long term as they go about short term results.

Statistically they were the best South American side at last year's World Cup. Twelve months on, it is fair to assume that they...

Copa America the last stand for Suarez, Godin, Cavani as Uruguay's next wave arrives

The FC crew discuss whether Brazil or Argentina will win it all at Copa America, or if the champion will come from the rest of the field.

For 13 years, Uruguay has been a different country every time Oscar Washington Tabarez's team takes the pitch. No Uruguayan citizen remains indifferent when La Celeste takes part in a tournament, producing unusual reactions in a country that is not prone to excess.

Since 2006, Uruguay have played a starring role in Copa Americas and World Cups, and their best players have become absolute idols for their people. But time passes for everyone, and most of the leading names of those days are now gone....

 By PA Sport

Cavani, Lodeiro golazos see Uruguay past Ecuador

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Uruguay crushed Ecuador 4-0 in their Copa America opener on Sunday with help from an early sending off that deflated their opponents and assured the 15-times champions the simplest of starts to their campaign.

Uruguay were already leading 1-0 from a sixth minute Nicolas Lodeiro goal when Jose Quintero was shown a VAR-assisted red card for throwing an arm in an aerial challenge.

The 23rd minute sending off put Uruguay firmly in the driving seat and Edinson Cavani with an acrobatic volley and Luis...