The second quarterfinal of the 2019 Copa America will see Venezuela go head to head against Lionel Messi's Argentina at the Maracana Stadium on Friday night.
Brazil will look to make it two wins in a row when they host Venezuela at the Fonte Nova Arena in Salvador in the 2019 Copa America group stage.
Argentina will lock horns with Venezuela in the Adidas Cup as the Albiceleste brace themselves for the return of Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi & co. will look to stretch their unbeaten record in the Copa America to 14 matches, as Argentina prepare to face off against a resilient Venezuela side in the quarterfinal stage of the competition.
Venezuela delivered the knock-out blow to Uruguay; Mexico also advance to quarter-finals after a clinical show against Jamaica.
While the Mexicans climbed to the top of the table with their win, Venezuela also managed to sneak in a 1-0 triumph over 10-man Jamaica.
With Haloween just round the corner, Cesar Martinez, who plays his football in the Venezuelan club of Zamora FC, made a celebration that could spook out even the bravest of football fans.
Brazil unperturbed after Neymar's suspension while Chelsea bound Radamel Falcao continues to disappoint in front of the goal
Brazil v Venezuela Estadio Monumental David Arellano, Santiago Sunday, 21st June, 2015, 21:30 GMT Brazil & Venezuela will kick off in the final group match of the 2015 Copa America knowing fully well the permutations & combinations that will land them a place in the knock out stages. The match between Peru & Colombia will finish before this match starts & if the former are involved in a draw then one could see the Brazilians & Venezuelans play for a stalemate as well. However, with all teams currently tied at 3 points a piece with the same goal difference it is goals scored which could be the defining criteria in this group. This & the fact that for the 3rd placed team a potential tie with the mighty Argentina will be on the cards. If both the matches finish goalless then Brazil & Peru would qualify as the top 2 sides from the group with Venezuela edging out Colombia […]
. Peru beat 10-man Venezuela 1-0 in Valparaiso to throw Copa America Group C wide open. A second-half goal by Bayern Munich star Claudio Pizarro fired Peru to a 1-0 victory over 10-man Venezuela on Thursday as “The Incas” bounced back from their agonizing opening defeat to Brazil.Pizarro shot high into the roof of the net on 72 minutes after midfielder Christian Cueva burst into the box to set up the Bundesliga-based striker and settle a hardfought contest. Venezuela, who shocked Colombia 1-0 in their opening game, were always struggling to keep the Peruvians in check following the first-half dismissal of Fernando Amorebieta for a wild stamp on Paolo Guerrero.Victory was sweet for Peru, who conceded a goal in injury time in their cruel 2-1 defeat to Brazil on Sunday to lose their opening game in Group C. Thursday’s victory leaves the race for quarter-final places from the group wide open, with all four teams locked on three points heading […]