Brazil defeated Peru 3-1 and is the new champion


Everton, Gabriel Jesus, and Richardson scored for Brazil. Paolo Guerrero did it for Peru.

Brazil is the new CONMEBOL Copa América champion, after beating Peru 3-1 on Sunday, July 7, in a match played at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Goals were scored by Everton (15 PT), Gabriel Jesús (48 PT) and Richardson (43 PT, penalty). For Peru, Paolo Guerrero scored a penalty (44 PT).

It was a match in which Brazil and Peru played with the same eleven starters they used in the semifinals against Argentina and Chile, respectively.

On the one hand, Gabriel Jesus, Roberto Firmino and Everton were in charge of the Canarinha attack, while Paolo Guerrero was the only striker in the Inca team.

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. La Canarinha had not reached a Copa America final since Venezuela-2007.

Peru, meanwhile, who were returning to a final after 44 years, we’re looking for a third continental title, after those won in 1939 and 1975.


· Brazil won the CONMEBOL Copa América the five times they hosted the event (1919, 1922, 1949, 1989 and 2019).

· Brazil has accumulated a total of nine CONMEBOL Copa América titles, winning five of the last nine editions (1997, 1999, 2004, 2007 and 2019).

· Brazil is the first team to receive their first goal in the final of a CONMEBOL Copa América edition.

· Tite is the first coach to win CONMEBOL Copa América (Brazil – 2019), CONMEBOL Libertadores (Corinthians – 2012) and CONMEBOL Sudamericana (International – 2008).

· The Brazilian Gabriel Jesus is the first player in history to score a goal and is expelled in a final of the CONMEBOL Copa América.

· Alisson, Brazil’s goalkeeper, received a goal after 889 minutes with the unbeaten goal in all competitions; the previous one had been scored by Salomón Rondón, on May 4, at 54 minutes, in the Premier League match between Liverpool and Newcastle United.

· Brazil’s Everton goal was the first in a CONMEBOL Copa América final since Diego Forlán’s 90-minute, 3-0 win over Paraguay in 2011; 255 minutes went go by without goals in finals.

· Peru’s Paolo Guerrero was the player with the most goals in the CONMEBOL Copa América 2019 (3, along with Everton), as in the 2011 and 2015 editions; only Uruguayan Pedro Petrone had scored the most goals in three Copa América editions (1923, 1924 and 1927).

· Richardson, from Brazil, is the fifth player to score in a Copa América final after entering from the bench; the previous ones were: Pablo Bengoechea in 1995 (Uruguay vs Brazil), Zé Roberto in 1997 (Brazil vs Bolivia), César Delgado in 2004 (Argentina vs Brazil) and Dani Alves in 2007 (Brazil vs Argentina).