Moreno: Enner Valencia deserved red card for 'Mortal Kombat finishing move' (2:25)
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Herculez Gomez praises Mexico's resilience in Jamaica win (1:18)
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Mexico's Álvarez forced off in tears in Copa win

Mexico captain Edson Álvarez was forced off with an injury in the first half of his team's Copa América win over Jamaica on Saturday at Houston's NRG Stadium.

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Mexico suffer en route to Copa win over Jamaica

Mexico scraped out a 1-0 victory over Jamaica in their Group B opener in the Copa America on Saturday, but their joy at making a winning start was tempered by what appeared to be a potentially tournament-ending injury to captain Edson Alvarez.

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5hJeff Kassouf

Adams, Sargent available for U.S. Copa opener

USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter says all 26 players are available for Sunday's Copa América opener against Bolívia amid concerns over the fitness levels of midfielder Tyler Adams and forward Josh Sargent.

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Venezuela edge 10-man Ecuador at Copa América

Venezuela struck twice in the space of 10 minutes in the second half to come from behind and earn a 2-1 victory over Ecuador in the Copa América on Saturday, getting their Group B campaign off to a winning start.

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USMNT must set tempo vs. Bolivia - Tim Ream

United States men's national team defender Tim Ream said his team must set the tempo early in Sunday's Copa América opener against Bolívia.

Moreno compares Peru vs. Chile to waiting for a delayed flight (1:51)
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Álvarez focused on Copa amid Man United links

Mexico midfielder Edson Álvarez said Friday that he's "focused on" the Copa América amid reports that Manchester United are interested in bringing in the West Ham player.

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Concacaf to probe racist abuse of Canada player

Concacaf says it will investigate racist messages directed at Canadian soccer player Moïse Bombito on social media after he made a tackle on Lionel Messi during a 2-0 Copa América loss to Argentina on Thursday.

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Pulisic: Time for U.S. to 'prove ourselves' at Copa

Christian Pulisic said the experience gained by the U.S. men's national team over the past several years has it ready to achieve a higher level of success, starting with the 2024 Copa América.

Messi satisfied with 'important' win over Canada (0:44)
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Will home-field advantage be a factor for USMNT vs. Bolivia? (1:09)
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Argentina slams Atlanta field: 'Better that we won'

The Argentina national team slammed the pitch at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the inaugural match of the 2024 Copa América, with goalkeeper Emiliano Martínez calling the newly installed grass surface a "disaster."

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Messi: Opening Copa win brings 'calmness'

Lionel Messi has stressed the importance of Argentina having started the Copa América on the right foot with a 2-0 win over Canada on Thursday in Atlanta.

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Messi, Argentina begin Copa defense with win

Defending champions Argentina beat Canada 2-0 in the opening match of the Copa América in Atlanta on Thursday with forwards Julian Alvarez and Lautaro Martinez scoring second-half goals to seal the victory.