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Copa America 2019: Brazil New Champions


Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus scored once, helped another objective, was sent off and pushed the VAR screen as Brazil won a first Copa America title in 12 years, beating Peru 3-1.
Jesus set up Everton to volley in the opener before scoring the second.
Paolo Guerrero had quickly given Peru trust when he adjusted from the punishment spot minutes before Jesus struck.
Jesus was demonstrated a second yellow with 20 minutes left yet Richarlison's late punishment fixed the success.
Triumph will have been a tremendous help for Jesus, who was in removes when he was sent, kicking a water jug and after that pushed the VAR screen as he left the pitch.
"I need to apologize," he said later. "I could have maintained a strategic distance from it and I likewise need to grow up a great deal."
It is the ninth time Brazil have won the Copa America and is their first competition accomplishment since winning a gold decoration at the 2016 Olympics.
The triumph likewise kept up their record of winning the Copa America each time they have facilitated it.
There will have been not many Brazilians celebrating as fiercely at the last whistle as Jesus, who experienced the rollercoaster of feelings during the match.
The striker has, on occasion, attempted to convey on the worldwide stage - he neglected to score an objective in five diversions at the 2018 World Cup - yet was the champion entertainer in the principal half of Sunday's conclusive.
His cross for Brazil's previously was amazing, holding the ball up on the privilege before detecting a plain Everton at the back post, at that point choosing the striker with a pinpoint conveyance.
Peru, who had disturbed the safeguarding champions Chile in the semi-finals, were back on level terms just before the break when their unequaled top scorer Guerrero changed over a punishment, granted by VAR for a handball by Thiago Silva.
In any case, Jesus became the overwhelming focus by and by, taking care of a slick completion at the close post profound into first-half stoppage time.
Brazil looked in charge from that point on, however the game took another curve halfway during that time half when Jesus bounced into the back of Carlos Zambrano. Arbitrator Roberto Tobar had no delay in delivering the subsequent yellow.
The 22-year-old was in tears as he left the field and sat on the means inside the passage, frightful that his rejection would help a Peru rebound.
However, he had the option to celebrate when Brazil were granted a punishment a little ways from the end after Everton was fouled by Zambrano. Substitute Richarlison kept his cool to change over from the spot and end Brazil's Copa America trophy dry spell.
"It's extremely extraordinary on the grounds that we manufactured something together," said chief Dani Alves.

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