Copa America: Chile to meet Argentina in Finals


On Wednesday  Chile have to find a player with the vitality Arturo Vidal showed in their 7-0 rout of Mexico when they countenance Colombia lacking the balanced midfielder in  Copa America Centenario quarter-final in Chicago. Vidal, the answer man in the heading holders' development after an unfortunate start to the competition, landed his subsequent booking alongside the Mexicans and will be significantly missed at Soldier Field. Charles Aranguiz and Jose Pedro Feunzalida scored in the primary half and shielding supporter Chile returned to the Copa America championship.

The 29-year-old Bayern Muncioh player is the accurate person in charge of the Chile team captained by goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, runs the midfield, gets into scoring positions, and is good with his head and a destructive sphere champion. Colombia, despite the fact that, will not permit themselves to calm down in spite of Vidal's nonattendance and are operational for an urgent game from Chile similar to the one that undid Mexico in spite of  who replaces Vidal, whose position is probable to be taken by Charles Aranguiz."They have great players. Chile isn't just Vidal," Colombia midfielder Daniel Torres conveyed to reporters "We can't be certain because Vidal won't be there; we have to be very cautious because surely his substitution will have the same characteristics. Chile is slightly the favorites with a more settled team and few changes because they won the title for the first time at what time they conducted the competition a year previously. "As far as a favorite goes, it's the squad that does things improved that will get the better result," conveyed by Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina.

"Chile has been liable things very well in recent times and that's why they are champions of the previous Copa America and that says an assortment." Colombia struggled against Peru previous to captivating their quarter-final on penalties but is an improved side than in 2015 and Chile will have to work solid to cope with their counter-attacks.