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Panama debuts in Copa America with victory over Bolivia

Panama debuts in Copa America with victory over Bolivia

Panama got a historic 2-1 win over Bolivia in their first ever Copa America appearance. ​

A brace from Blas Perez sealed the victory, while Juan Arce scored for Bolivia.

Bolivian Juan Arce battles with Panamanian Fidel Escobar.

Game stats:

Bolivia - Panamá 1 - 2 (0-1)

Stadium: Camping World, Orlando, Florida

Attendance: 13,466 

Referee: Ricardo Monteiro. Lines: Octavio Jara and Juan Mora (Costa Rica)

Goals: Bolivia: Juan Carlos Arce (53); Panama: Blas Pérez (10, 87)

Yellow cards: Bolivia: Juan Carlos Arce (17), Pedro Azogue (76); Panama: Aníbal Godoy (52), Blas Pérez (59), Armando Cooper (68), Felipe Baloy (76), Adolfo Machado (79)

Teams:

Bolivia: Carlos Lampe - Ronald Eguino (Alejandro Meleán, 46), Nelson Cabrera, Edward Zenteno - Diego Bejarano, Fernando Saucedo (Jhasmany Campos, 46), Pedro Azogue, Marvin Bejarano - Martin Smedberg, Juan Carlos Arce - Yasmani Duk (Rodrigo Ramallo, 86). Coach: Julio César Baldivieso.

Panamá: Jaime Penedo - Adolfo Machado, Felipe Baloy, Harold Cummings (Luis Henríquez, 63), Roderick Miller - Armando Cooper (Abdiel Arroyo, 74), Gabriel Gómez, Aníbal Godoy, Alberto Quintero - Blas Pérez and Gabriel Torres (Luis Tejada, 56). Coach: Hernán Gómez.

 

Photos: MEXSPORT/AFP