Five Brazilian players, two Peruvians, one Argentine, one Uruguayan, one Colombian and one Chilean integrate the 'ideal team' of the America Cup Brazil 2019 chosen by the coaches that make up the so-called Technical Study Group (GET) of the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) and released this Tuesday, July 9, 2019.
For the outstanding coaches that make up this group, the ideal team of the tournament that concluded on Sunday with the title for Brazil is made up of the goalkeeper Alisson Becker (Brazil), the defenders Dani Alves (Brazil), José María Giménez (Uruguay), Thiago Silva (Brazil) and Miguel Trauco (Peru).
In the center of the court they were chosen Arthur (Brazil), Leandro Paredes (Argentina) and Arturo vidal (Chile) and as strikers James Rodriguez (Colombia), Paolo Guerrero (Peru) and Everton (Brazil).
The team that brings the most players to the ideal team is Brazil, which on Sunday won its ninth Copa América title after prevailing in the final played at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro 3-1 to Peru, the runner-up and who were chosen two players.
Argentina, which won the third place after beating Chile 2-1, contributed one player, the midfielder Leandro Paredes, while its maximum star, Lionel Messi, expelled in the party of Saturday and that generated an intense polemic after accusing the Conmebol to act in favor of Brazil, was outside the selection.
This is the ideal team of the CONMEBOL Copa América Brasil 2019, selected by the Technical Study Group (GET) of the @CONMEBOL
This ideal time of CONMEBOL Copa América Brasil 2019, selected hair Grupo de Estudo Técnico (GET) da @CONMEBOL pic.twitter.com/nhxYSMFODe
– Copa América (@CopaAmerica) July 9, 2019
Chile, fourth place in the Copa America this year after having won the two previous editions, also contributed a player (Arturo vidal), the same number as Colombia and Uruguay.
The coaches who chose the ideal team were Nery Pumpido, world champion goalkeeper with Argentina in Mexico 1986; the Colombian Francisco Maturana, the Brazilian Dorival Junior, the Bolivian Julio César Baldivieso, the Venezuelan César Farías, the Uruguayans Gerardo Pelusso Y Daniel Bañales, and the Paraguayan Ever Almeida.
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