Argentina will have the chance to win its first Copa America title since 1993 after thrashing Paraguay 6-1 to set up a final clash with hosts Chile.
Liverpool to complete £2m bargain deal for STAR SWEDE this week
Man United Ramos: Red Devils set to INCREASE BID for wantaway Real Madrid defender
Man United transfer news: £29.2m fee AGREED for Atletico Madrid star, Real Madrid ace DEMANDS move
Marcos Rojo put Argentina in front from Lionel Messi’s free kick before Paris Saint-Germain star Javier Pastore put his side 2-0 up with a lovely finish from just outside the area.
Paraguay looked to have got themselves back into the game when the impressive Lucas Barrios fired home from 20 yards.
Paraguay’s joy was short lived however, with Manchester United winger Angel di Maria netting twice in the space of six second-half minutes to put the match beyond doubt.
Not content with the 4-1 scoreline, a free-flowing Argentina continued to put pressure on the Paraguay defence and Manchester City ace Sergio Aguero got his first of the night through a well-placed header.
Substitute striker Gonzalo Higuain made it 6-1, completing Argentina’s sublime performance that will no doubt leave Chile concerned ahead of Saturday’s final.