The most exciting match of the 2015 Copa America took place on Sunday morning as Paraguay prevailed over Brazil in a dramatic quarter-final which went to penalties.
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Paraguay came out on top 4-3 in the shootout, with Derlis Gonzalez twice the hero as he netted the winning spot-kick after earlier scoring the equaliser in normal time.
Brazil were able to strike first as Robinho scored the first goal of the game 14 minutes in.
They entered half-time with a 1-0 lead, but Paraguay found a lifeline when a crucial penalty on 71 minutes gave Gonzalez a chance to tie it at 1-1. That was how the score stayed until the final whistle.
A shootout was needed to separate the the two teams, who traded goals with their first attempts before a couple of embarrassing misses put the Selecao on the verge of elimination.
Brazil put their shot at the semi-finals in jeopardy when midfielder Everton Ribeiro missed wide right despite Paraguay goalkeeper Justo Villar guessing the wrong way.
Dunga’s side made another costly mistake when reported Chelsea target Douglas Costa blazed the ball high to give Paraguay a 3-2 lead, which was cancelled out by Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho.
But Gonzalez kept his nerve, nailing his penalty into the top-right corner for the game winner. Paraguay will face World Cup finalists Argentina in the last four.