1993 Copa América Final

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1993 Copa América Final
Event 1993 Copa América
Date4 July 1993
Venue Estadio Monumental, Guayaquil
Referee Márcio Rezende (Brazil)
Attendance40,000
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1995

The 1993 Copa América Final was the final match of the 1993 Copa América. It was held on July 4, 1993, in Guayaquil. Argentina won the match 2–1 against Mexico. [1] This was the first time a non-CONMEBOL nation played in a Copa América final. [2]

Managed by Alfio Basile, Argentina won the Copa América for the 14th time, defending their title won two years before. [3] [4]

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Gabriel Batistuta scoring one of his two goals (left) and Argentine players celebrating after the match

Match details

Argentina  Flag of Argentina.svg2–1Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
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Estadio Monumental, Guayaquil
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Márcio Rezende (Brazil)
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Argentina
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Mexico
GK1 Sergio Goycochea
RB4 Fabian Basualdo
CB6 Oscar Ruggeri (c)Sub off.svg 40'
CB15 Jorge Borelli
LB3 Ricardo Altamirano
RM17 Gustavo Zapata
CM10 Diego Simeone
CM5 Fernando Redondo
LM11 Néstor Gorosito Sub off.svg 64'
CF9 Gabriel Batistuta
CF18 Alberto Acosta
Substitutions:
FW13 Fernando Cáceres Sub on.svg 40'
DF20 Leonardo Rodríguez Sub on.svg 64'
Manager:
Flag of Argentina.svg Alfio Basile
GK1 Jorge Campos
RB5 Ramón Ramírez
CB3 Juan Ramírez Perales
CB2 Claudio Suarez
LB21 Raúl Gutiérrez Sub off.svg 79'
RM7 David Patiño Sub off.svg 45'
CM4 Ignacio Ambríz
CM8 Alberto García Aspe
LM17 Benjamín Galindo
CF9 Hugo Sánchez (c)
CF11 Luis Roberto Alves
Substitutions:
FW10 Luis García Sub on.svg 45'
FW15 Luis Flores Sub on.svg 79'
Manager:
Flag of Mexico.svg Miguel Mejía Barón

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