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Canada into Copa America quarter-finals after 0-0 draw with 10-man Chile

:Canada played out a dour goalless Copa America draw with 10-man Chile on Saturday to claim second place in Group A and progress to the quarter-finals, while the Chileans finished third to exit in the group stage for the first time since 2004.

The draw moved Copa America debutants Canada up to four points in Group A, five behind leaders Argentina, who had already qualified for the quarter-finals.

"We knew coming into these games that it was not going to be easy," Canada captain and Bayern Munich fullback Alphonso Davies told OneSoccer afterward.

"We have to fight and we have to battle. And we have to do whatever we can to survive. And yeah, at times obviously we suffered. But we suffered together. And we got through it together."

Two-times champions Chile ended with two points and Peru finished bottom with one after losing 2-0 to Argentina in Saturday's other match.

Chile exited the tournament without a single goal to their name, prolonging a scoring drought in which they have netted only three goals in their first six 2026 World Cup qualifiers.

Needing to win and have other results go their way, Chile had their uphill task made even harder after Gabriel Suazo was shown a second yellow card in the 27th minute for bringing down Richie Laryea.

The red card was protested angrily by Chile's players, who criticised the refereeing after the match.

"CONMEBOL has to be a little more efficient and learn from what Europe is like. It is no excuse, but refereeing like that makes you angry. A red card ruins the whole game," Chile forward Alexis Sanchez said.

"I apologise to the people for this elimination, but we are going to do everything to go to the World Cup."

Chile also felt aggrieved after Canada defender Moise Bombito appeared to elbow