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Copa America: Peru defeat Chile; Peru will face Brazil in Copa America Final


PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil (AP) - Peru paralyzed double cross guarding Chile in the elimination rounds of the Copa América on Wednesday, setting up a last against host Brazil on Sunday.
Edison Flores, Yoshimar Yotún and Paolo Guerrero scored an objective each to lead Peru to a 3-0 win and a spot in the last just because since 1975, when it last won the South American competition.
The outcome shielded Chile from adding to its titles from 2015 and 2016, finishing its expectations of turning into the main group to win three straight South American trophies since Argentina during the 1940s.
Flores opened the scoring with a shot from inside the territory in the 21st moment and Yotún added to the lead in the 38th with a strike away from any detectable hindrance net after Chile goalkeeper Gabriel Arias left the region to attempt to stop a counterattack.
Guerrero fixed the triumph in stoppage time to turn into the Copa América's record-breaking driving scorer among dynamic players with 13 objectives.
Chile's Eduardo Vargas could have coordinated Guerrero when his group was granted an extra shot in the last seconds, however he had his feeble shot from the spot spared by Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese.
Peru, which had officially shocked title-most loved Uruguay in the quarterfinals, scarcely made it out of the gathering stage after a crippling 5-0 misfortune to Brazil, progressing as a standout amongst the best third-place finishers from the three gatherings.
It had lost seven of its last eight aggressive matches against Chile, incorporating into the elimination rounds of the Copa América in 2015.
Chile's annihilation to its long-lasting opponent will bring up further issues about its purported brilliant age, which neglected to meet all requirements for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The outcome will likewise include weight Colombian mentor Reinaldo Rueda, who had been reprimanded since he assumed control over the squad toward the start of a year ago.
The veterans of Chile's ongoing triumphs, including Vargas, Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sánchez, had disappointing exhibitions at the Arena Grêmio in Porto Alegre.
Chile squeezed forward during the majority of the match yet couldn't benefit from its scoring openings, being halted on an incredible execution by Gallese. The Peruvian goalkeeper committed a humiliating error in the defeat against Brazil, however had effectively spared extra shots by Uruguay's Luis Suárez and Brazil's Gabriel Jesus.
Peru, which a year ago shown up in 36 years, was playing in the elimination rounds for the third time in the last four Copa Américas.
The competition among Chile and Peru dates to the nineteenth Century. The countries battled in the War of the Pacific from 1879-84, with Chile turning out triumphant against a Peru-Bolivia partnership and assuming control over some key land with access to the Pacific Ocean.
Chile and Argentina, who met in the last two Copa América finals, will play in the third-place game on Saturday.

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