Arturo Vidal Carries Chile Close to Copa's Bracket
Chile was in a close one against Bolivia, but Arturo Vidal proved to be the difference.
La Verde put up a tough fight to the defending Copa América champions Chile but couldn't go the distance, losing their Group D match, 1-2.
That result put an unsurprising paid to Bolivia's aspirations and left only Panama -- who were whacked, 5-0, by Argentina -- for Chile to conquer and get into the bracket stage:
Chile's been savoring the spotlight after years in the dark, and they're not relinquishing their top billing that easily.
Vidal always leaves it all on the pitch for Chile, and like he's done oftentimes, he zeroed in on a particularly desirable part:
This is why football is a beautiful team game.
Bolivia then came up with the goal of the tournament, as Jhasmani Campos scored the equalizer:
So will Netflix or someone make a Bend it like Campos feature?
The way movie moguls toss retreads out there, it wouldn't be a surprise.
Just like it wasn't when La Verde wilted in crunch time:
Who else but Vidal would step up and bang it home:
High Anxiety is not part of Vidal's constitution. Which is good.
Mel Brooks already did it.