Copa America Final – Argentina vs Chile Result, Recap & Highlights- Chile won the final match of Copa America 2016 by beating Argentina in penalties with 4-2 score. Tough confrontation between the two best football teams ended with the magnetizing victory of Chileans over the Argentina footballers. 90 minutes battle didn’t record any score from the finalists who were toiling hard to drive score in their favor.

Copa America Final – Argentina vs Chile
Copa America Final – Argentina vs Chile

Copa America Final – Argentina vs Chile Result

Argentina lost to Chile in Copa America 2016 final match and lost the golden opportunity to win the title. Chileans did it in the chance of playing the penalties and with the lead of 2 goals, it managed to surmount the game. Awesome activeness exhibited by the outstanding squad of football players entailed the opponents succumb under their peer pressure.

Argentina vs Chile – Copa America Final Highlights & Recap

First 45 minutes were quite confronting for both the teams who dreamed of subduing the opposites and driving the trophy for their country. Later similar tenure too went with stiff conflict for the first score. Throughout the entire game, no finalist left hope of curbing victory and the stiff opposition from both sides made the match more interesting for both the teams as well as audiences.

Extremely popular football player Lionel Messi, the man who was opportuned to lead the strike, failed to score goal in this important match of his life. Shot missed by him flabbergasted the spectators who’re expecting an enamoring shot from him. His companion Vidal to failed to convert the opportunity into result and made their fans upset with their cheap performances.

When the 90 minutes completed, umpires decided to conduct a penalty session for the competitors. First four chances were utilized effectively by the Chileans but Argentina players failed to score goals after the second most penalty. Thus the successful itinerary of Argentina to the final game came to an end and Chile lifted the tag of ‘Champions’.