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Jun 28, 2021. Reuters. An Edinson Cavani penalty sealed an easy 1-0 win for Uruguay against neighbours Paraguay at the Copa America on Monday, setting up a quarterfinal tie against Colombia.
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June 29, 2021 08:57AM EDT. Soccer. Paraguay finished second of the Copa America's Group A (Getty). The Copa America 2021 group stage is officially over. Uruguay defeated Paraguay thanks to a lonely goal from the spot by Edinson Cavani. With this result, Uruguay is second of Group A, behind Argentina, after La Albiceleste trashed Bolivia (4-1).
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