Central & South America

¡Qué celebraciones más perras! Pretinha, la cachorrita que festeja los goles de Fluminense

Seguro que has escuchado la frase de que "el perro es el mejor amigo del hombre". Pues bueno, un video viral de una cachorra y su dueño aficionado al fútbol ejemplifica perfectamente el vínculo tan cercano que existe entre humanos y canes.

En serio, para verlo una y otra vez.

Perro TikTok celebra goles del Fluminense

Disfrutar de los partidos de tu equipo favorito de fútbol en compañía no tiene precio y un hombre en Brasil ha encontrado en su perra a la pareja perfecta con la cual ver todos los partidos del Fluminense.

WTF! VAR disallows late Argentina equalizer two hours after fans invade field, Morocco win 2-1

PARIS — A fan invasion in the opening match of the Olympic football tournament between Argentina and Morocco on Wednesday caused chaos, with Argentina eventually beaten 2-1 following a VAR review after play was suspended with the score tied at 2-2.

Watch: Brasileirão player gives away penalty after kicking extra ball at opposition inside 18-yard box

A player in Brazil just gave away the strangest penalty we’ve ever seen.

Watch: Brazileirão player kicks second ball into opposing player inside the box; gives away last-minute penalty

During the Brazilian Serie A match between clubs Flamengo and Criciúma, the closing moments of the match saw Criciúma give away a penalty in one of the most bizarre plays of the year.

FIFA investigating Argentina bus video with racist chant directed at France players

FIFA is investigating a video circulating on social media that showed some members of the Argentina national team singing about France's players that the French Football Federation decried as "racist and discriminatory".

The FFF said on Monday that it would file a complaint to the global soccer governing body over the video, in which Argentina players were celebrating winning the Copa America.

FIFA investigating Argentina bus video

Videos: CONMEBOL’s horrendous organization leads to fan chaos prior to Copa America final

CONMEBOL’s 2024 Copa América in the United States has been nothing short of disastrous in terms of organization, with the tournament final between Argentina and Colombia being a logistical and safety horror movie.

Hours prior to the match to be held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, an excessive amount of fans looking to get into the venue lead to thousands ‘bulldozing’ and forcing their way into a seat.

This forced organizers and stadium security to pause all fan entry into the stadium, delaying the match that was planned to start at 8 PM EST by 30 minutes.

Uruguay’s Marcelo Bielsa tears into U.S. and CONMEBOL over poorly run Copa América

Uruguay coach Marcelo Bielsa on Friday defended his players involved in a clash with Colombian fans after Wednesday's Copa America semi-final, saying "anyone would have reacted like that" to protect their families.

After Colombia sealed a 1-0 victory in Charlotte, North Carolina, Uruguay players climbed into the stands, apparently exchanging blows with opposition fans.

CONMEBOL responds to Uruguay-Colombia fight by asking fans to create an ‘unforgettable party’

The CONMEBOL statement in response to the shocking fight from Wednesday that saw Uruguay players clashing with Colombian fans in the stands was… lackluster.

Soccer fans around the world were appalled by scenes of Uruguay’s Darwin Núñez exchanging blows with fans in the stands of Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Watch: Darwin Núñez throws punches with Colombian fans in stands after Copa América loss

Wednesday’s Copa América semifinal ended with Colombia defeating Uruguay 1-0 and Darwin Núñez punching fans in the stands of Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The semifinal was another classic CONMEBOL clash that saw 24 fouls, six yellow cards and a red card. After the game tensions were high with the Colombians celebrating and Uruguay players and staff getting physical.

Lionel Messi scores his first goal of the tournament as Argentina cruise to final with win vs. Canada

EAST RUTHERFORD — Defending champions Argentina booked their place in the Copa America final after goals from Julian Alvarez and Lionel Messi gave them a 2-0 win over Canada in Tuesday's semi-final in New Jersey.

Argentina have won a joint-record 15 Copa titles and reached the final six times in the past eight editions but Canada caused them problems in the opening 20 minutes, Jacob Shaffelburg twice shooting wide from promising positions.

Watch: Referee refuses to shake Christian Pulisic’s hand after USMNT’s defeat to Uruguay

The Christian Pulisic referee handshake moment after the United States’ 1-0 defeat to Uruguay on Monday was a controversial topic of discussion.

Peruvian referee Kevin Ortega had a horrendous night of officiating for the pivotal Copa América game with a highlight reel of fails. Ortega and Pulisic often bumped heads during the fixture with the American star not impressed with Ortega’s officiating.

In the final minutes of the game Pulisic took a shot near Uruguay’s box and took a hit from behind. Pulisic furiously yelled at Ortega about no foul being called.