Brazil: On Saturday, Copa America finals, Argentine defeats Brazil and secures the national team's first title in the last 28 years.
Argentina's succeeding goal at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro appeared in the 22nd minute following Rodrigo de Paul's long pass to Angel di Maria.
The 33-year-old sourdough striker scored on some sloppy defending from left-back Renan Lodi to get control and lob it past goalkeeper Ederson.
It was solely the third goal Brazil acknowledged in the competition.
Brazil stored on the tension in an impressive second half. Yet, even with five strikers on the field, they could not perceive an equalizer against an Argentine defense defended by the preeminent Rodrigo De Paul.
Argentina's victory was a remarkable achievement for Barcelona striker Lionel Messi, who picked up his first-ever title in a blue and white shirt following more than a decade of the club and specific honors.
Meanwhile, the match completed, a tearful Messi was driven into the air by some of his joyful teammates.
The victory was Argentina's 15th Copa America triumph, and centers they move level with Uruguay as the all-time principal champions.