2019 Copa America Brazil
Brazil win the Copa America at home in front of a sell-out crowd at the Maracanà, Rio de Janeiro. The Brazilians beat Peru 3-1 and lift the trophy for the 9th time in the country’s history.
In this way, Brazil obtained its ninth title in the CONMEBOL Copa América, achieving the title without defeats and with only one goal conceded in the six games they played.
Behind Uruguay and Argentina
Brazil won its ninth CONMEBOL Copa América on Sunday after defeating Peru 3-1 in the final at Maracaná Stadium in Rio de Janeiro and is close to the leaders of the world’s oldest national team tournament, Uruguay and Argentina.
Uruguay continues with fifteen titles leading the list followed by Argentina with fourteen.
In third place is Brazil with nine titles and then two each from Peru, Paraguay and Chile.
The table of champions is completed by Bolivia and Colombia, each with one title. Brazil won the CONMEBOL Copa América the five times they hosted the event (1919, 1922, 1949, 1989 and 2019.
Coach Tite shared his happiness post-game:
“I have no words to translate this happiness. We get so caught up in the work that we’re just going to be happy even tomorrow when we get home and see the best moments.
Let’s build this team with new athletes that are emerging, new promises that come true. We have to keep up the job.”