Copa America Cup: Chile beats Japan by 4-0
Copa America Cup: Chile beats Japan by 4-0

Sao Paulo: Defending champions Chile has made a strong start in their opening match of the Copa America Cup. The team defeated Asian Guest Team Japan 4-0 in a one-sided match. Eduardo Vargas scored two goals for Chile. Eric Pulgar and Alexis Sanchez also scored one goal each. With this win, Chile's title is once again strong.

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The team has not lost a single match in the last six of the Copa America. Chile captured the Copa America Cup in 2015 and 2016. The Japanese youth team lost several chances of a goal in the first half. However, just before lunch, Chile's Eric Pulgar scored the goal in the 41st minute. In the next half, Chile showed a consistently strong game. Vargas scored the first goal in the 54th minute to give the team a 2-0 lead. Alexis Sanchez then scored the goal in the 82nd minute and Vargas scored again in the next minute to give the team a decisive lead.

At the same time, Vargas has now become the highest scorer for Chile in the Copa America. The Japanese player Kubo, who had a six-year deal with Spanish club Real Madrid last week, tried hard to give the team a lead in the match. Kubo, who strikes from the left foot, took a shot at Ayese Ueda's pass in the match to see why he was called Lionel Messi of Japan. However, he missed the goal.

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