If The Euro celebration is not enough for you, You will be happy to know that the Copa America tournament officially opens tonight (Sunday to Monday) in Brazil, in a meeting between the host and the South American champion and the corona-beaten Venezuela. The power gaps were clear, and the Salsa met the task when they achieved a one-sided 0: 3, which could also have ended in a much higher result, had it not been for the home team’s series of misses.

Brazil, who completely controlled the game, took the lead in the 23rd minute, as a result of a corner kick, when at the end Marcinius pushed close. The host managed to double only in the second half. In the 62nd minute, Danilo failed inside the box, and Neymar approached the penalty area, scoring his 65th goal in the national uniform with an elegant roll into the net. The third goal came a minute into extra time when Neymar added a brace to substitute Gabigol who set up the game after scoring with the chest.

Brazil’s next game will be on the night between Thursday and Friday (3:00, Live Sports 2) Against Peru in the reconstruction of the 2019 box office final. Venezuela who just want to go through this tournament in peace hope to surprise Colombia in the next round.

Neymar approached the white spot | Buda Mendes/Getty Images

Marcinius | Buda Mendes/Getty Images
Marcinius | NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Getty Images

Neymar | NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Getty Images

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