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The 2004 Copa América Final was the final of the 41st Copa América. The match was played in Lima, for the first time.

Copa América 2004 Final
Event2004 Copa América
Brazil won 4–2 on penalties
Date25 July 2004
VenueEstadio Nacional, Lima
RefereeCarlos Amarilla (Paraguay)
WeatherOvercast
17 °C (63 °F)[1]
2001
2007

This was the fifth final for Brazil (winning two of the previous). Meanwhile, was the second for Argentina (winning once).

Carlos Amarilla was the referee for the final match. He refereed two more matches in previous stages of the tournament, both involving Argentina. First vs. Ecuador in the first round and Peru in the quarterfinals.

Match detailsEdit

Argentina  2–2  Brazil
K. González   20' (pen.)
Delgado   87'
Luisão   45'
Adriano   90+3'
Penalties
D'Alessandro  
Heinze  
K. González  
Sorín  
2–4   Adriano
  Edu
  Diego
  Juan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Argentina
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brasil
GK 1 Roberto Abbondanzieri
DF 6 Gabriel Heinze
DF 2 Roberto Ayala (c)
DF 22 Fabricio Coloccini
MF 8 Javier Zanetti
MF 3 Juan Pablo Sorín   25'
MF 5 Javier Mascherano   72'
MF 16 Lucho González   75'
FW 18 Kily González
FW 11 Carlos Tevez   90'
FW 21 Mauro Rosales   64'
Substitutions:
FW 19 César Delgado   64'
MF 10 Andrés D'Alessandro   75'
DF 4 Facundo Quiroga   90'
Manager:
  Marcelo Bielsa
GK 1 Júlio César   51'
DF 4 Juan
DF 13 Maicon
DF 6 Gustavo Nery
DF 3 Luisão   58'   82'
MF 10 Alex (c)   63'
MF 8 Kléberson   55'
MF 5 Renato
MF 11 Edu   38'
FW 9 Luís Fabiano
FW 7 Adriano
Substitutions:
MF 19 Diego   55'
MF 20 Felipe   63'
DF 15 Cris   82'
Manager:
  Carlos Alberto Parreira

ReferencesEdit