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For Messi, retiring is a nonverbal apology

Copa America
ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Copa America schedule and viewing info -- when and where to watch

The Exploding Heads recap what was an eventful group stage in Copa America.

Here is the remaining match schedule for the Copa America Centenario this summer. 

(Broadcast info for U.S. audiences only)


Tuesday, June 21
United States vs. Argentina -- Houston, Texas (9 p.m. ET/2 a.m. CET on Fox Sports 1, Univision and Univision Deportes)

Wednesday, June 22
Colombia vs. Chile -- Chicago, Illinois (8 p.m. ET/1 a.m. CET on Fox Sports 1, Univision and Univision Deportes)

Third-Place Game

Saturday, June 25

June 21 Semifinal loser vs. June 22 Semifinal...

USMNT Copa roster audit: Sizing up each player's long-term outlook

The ESPN FC crew debate whether the evolution of the United States under Jurgen Klinsmann has lived up to expectations.

With the Copa America Centenario in the books, the attention of the U.S. men's national team returns to qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

By guiding his team to a fourth-place finish at Copa America, coach Jurgen Klinsmann met the semifinal expectations he set for the team before the tournament but didn't exceed them. It's enough to suggest that the team might be getting back on track after a couple of underachieving years, while still leaving ample questions to be answered on the road to Russia.

So what exactly did this tournament tell us about the players who will be involved over the next two years? And where do they go from here? Here's an audit of the USMNT's Copa America roster as 2018 preparation begins in earnest. Players have been classified into four groups: those who are here to stay as starters; those whose starting spot is up in the air; those who are aging out; and those whose future is bright but uncertain.


Diego Maradona tells Argentina to 'let Lionel Messi have his holidays'

Stars have urged Lionel Messi to reconsider his retirement as a statue in the No. 10's honour was unveiled.

Argentina legend Diego Maradona is urging his countrymen to leave Lionel Messi alone after Messi's decision to retire from the national team following their loss to Chile in the Copa America final.

In an interview on La Red radio, Maradona also ridiculed people who have criticized Messi for missing his shot as Chile won a penalty shootout to take the title. Maradona, who led Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup, questioned those who find fault with a football star's play "without ever having...

Cristiano Ronaldo vs. Lionel Messi: Whose international career is better?

The Euro After Dark crew discuss whether Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are true successes without international triumphs.

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo: you can't have a debate about their greatness without comparing them to each other. Much like the Joker and Batman, polar opposites who are defined in each other's image, we've come to assess Messi and Ronaldo against each other, not in a vacuum but as a tandem. It's the privilege and curse that comes with being the two best players on the planet right now.

We were reminded of this dynamic at the start of Euro 2016, when Iceland defender Kari Arnason pointedly...

Euro and Copa America remind us why international football stirs emotions

With Argentina's Lionel Messi announcing his retirement from the international game, we all can't quite help but ask, what if?
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Steve Nicol predict the Euro 2016 quarterfinal fixtures.

PARIS -- Every two years or so, particularly those of us who live in Europe and whose teams pretty much take qualifying for a World Cup or continental championship for granted, awake from our club-induced torpor to take notice of our national sides.

Outside of that, for most, it's all about the club game. We don't sit and agonize over who might be called up for that friendly against Lithuania in two months' time. We don't worry about whether 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1 is the way forward. In fact, when we...