Copa America 2015 winners Chile have got to get their current campaign off and running with a win after losing their first game. Next up for Alexis Sanchez and his boys are Bolivia in a must-win game on June 10 at 7pm EST. Can the mighty Chile rise to the top and get the 3 points they need? Click to find out!
Chile’s Copa America campaign got off to a pretty disappointing start, after they dropped their opening game to Lionel Messi-less Argentina 2-1. But that’s no disgrace, and they will be looking to get back to winning ways against Bolivia in a crunch game on June 10 that’ll dictate how far they can go in defending their Copa America crown. Will they be able to do it? Click down for the live stream to find out!
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It’s been a great time to be from Chile, with their soccer team conquering all in the past year and winning last year’s Copa after a penalty win against fierce foes Argentina. But now, since everybody knows they’re a good team, their opponents have been raising their game.
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So that makes this hungry Bolivia team a threat going into this one. However, Bolivia dropped their opening game to Panama in a shock 2-1 loss, so they’re even more desperate for the win to stay in the competition too. Both teams will be going all-out to get the win needed to give themselves an opportunity of qualification to qualify for the next round.
As ever, Chile will be reliant upon their talisman, Alexis Sanchez. The Arsenal striker is the main they look to get the goals needed to get through games. They also have the enigmatic midfield dynamo Arturo Vidal, who excelled for Bayern Munich this year.
It’s hard to imagine Chile dropping this game, but with so much at stake, pressure will play a huge part in the end result. It’ll definitely be close!
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