Chileans celebrate with their team after winning the Copa America for the first time beating Argentina 4-1 on penalties. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Chile erupts in celebration when their team won the Copa America for the first time on Saturday (July 4) when they beat Argentina 4-1 on penalties after the match had ended 0-0 following 90 minutes and extra-time. The team wasted no time in taking the Copa trophy to the presidential building 'La Moneda" where President Michelle Bachelet met them before thousands of euphoric fans. Alexis Sanchez netted the clinching goal from the spot after Gonzalo Higuain and Ever Banega missed for Argentina. The nail-biting finish came after a tense game during which neither side dominated and clear-cut chances were few and far between. Chile, who had beaten Argentina just once in 38 competitive matches before the final, won the title for the first time in the tournament's 99-year history in front of an ecstatic home crowd at the National Stadium.