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Copa America: Brazil Reach to Final After Wining over Argentina


Brazil moved into their first Copa America last since 2007 with a 2-0 prevail upon Argentina in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday.
Gabriel Jesus featured for Tite's men, scoring the opener before setting up Roberto Firmino's sealer in the semi-last at the Estadio Mineirao.
Driven by Lionel Messi, Argentina got their opportunities, hitting the woodwork twice through the star forward and Sergio Aguero.
Be that as it may, their odds were dashed by Firmino's 71st-minute objective as eight-time champions Brazil came to the decider.
In what was a distracted begin, Leandro Paredes went close for Argentina, his incredible exertion from range going simply finished.
Jesus had looked brilliant early and he opened the scoring for Brazil in the nineteenth moment.
Dani Alves did splendidly to discharge Firmino down the correct side of the territory, the forward intersection for Jesus to change over from short proximity.
As Brazil seemed substance to sit back after their opener, Argentina went near an equalizer on the half-hour mark. 

Messi's well-weighted set-piece from a focal territory was met by Aguero, whose header skiped back off the crossbar.
Philippe Coutinho had an extraordinary opportunity to twofold Brazil's lead in the 56th moment, the assailant blasting over subsequent to being set up following an awesome turn by Jesus.
Furthermore, one moment later, Argentina hit the woodwork once more, Messi's volley from the left half of the region bobbing off the post after a blocked Lautaro Martinez shot tumbled to the star.
Argentina kept on overwhelming as they searched for an equalizer, Messi's 20-yard free-kick easily spared by Alisson in the 66th moment.
Rather, Brazil struck on the counter-assault to twofold their lead on account of some great work from Jesus.
Jesus drove a break with a splendid keep running from inside his very own half before getting it together to square for Firmino to tap in and make it 2-0.
That was the definitive blow as Brazil, who had just sat back after their opener, held firm to advance to the last.

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