Uruguay are the new Copa America champions. But what happened in the final? Read more to find out.
Copa America 2011 has thrown up a very surprising and unexpected final match. Will Uruguay be able to capture a record 15th title or will Paraguay be able to win their first continental title in four decades?
TheHardTackle tells you why South American football is on the rise, with the rest of the nations as good as the likes of Brazil and Argentina
With the likes of Argentina, Brazil and Chile bowing out of the tournament, the competition has become even more unpredictable. It doesn't get more interesting than this as THT brings you closer to the semi-final games coming up.
TheHardTackle looks at 10 players whose market value will depend on how they perform in the Copa America. One can expect all of them to move on sooner or later.
In the craziest Copa-America of all time, the Quarter-Finals saw four shockers as Brazil, Argentina, Columbia and Chile all bowing out of the tournament. Brazil went a step ahead in the shock-value by managing to miss all of their penalty-kicks against Paraguay. The TheHardTackle reviews the QF.
Surprising results have distorted the expected quarter-finals. The result has been an even spicier line-up. TheHardTackle previews all the matches.
Copa America Group B games are over and Brazil and Venezuela have qualified for the quarterfinals. TheHardTackle brings to you the review of all the matches from Group B.
The Copa America group C games are over and Chile, Uruguay and Peru have progressed to the Quarter-Finals. Chile won the group in dramatic fashion, while Uruguay will now face hosts Argentina in a mouth-watering knockout encounter. Here's TheHardTackle Flashback.
All games in group A have finally come to an end and Colombia and Argentina have qualified directly for the next round. TheHardTackle brings to you the thrills and spills from group A.