Let’s Be Honest, The Copa América Memes Are More Fun Than The Games

Aside from the games and the hilarious fan signs, there’s another rich source of entertainment at this year’s Copa América: the memes. If you haven’t been checking Twitter during (and after) matches here’s a quick recap of some of the stuff you may have missed.

After Chicharito scored to help Mexico secure a victory over Jamaica, Chichadios was resurrected…

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Along with San Memo Ochoa.

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Why San Memo? Because Guillermo Ochoa’s multiple saves vs. Jamaica reminded everyone of his unreal performance at the 2014 World Cup…

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Which led to memes like this one…

And this one.

Last week, USA’s loss to Colombia had many people wishing for this guy’s return…

But USA rebounded in style, defeating Costa Rica 4-0.

Uruguay is definitely the most “memed” team of the tourney, and it all began with the national anthem gaffe before Uruguay’s match with Mexico.

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ICYMI, Chile’s national anthem was mistakenly played instead of Uruguay’s national anthem.

After the internet had its fill of roasting Uruguay about their anthem…

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They moved on to celebrating their elimination from Copa América.

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After Uruguayan coaches and players made some *salty* remarks after their loss to Mexico, Uruguay tried to get a W against Venezuela. But they ended up taking an L against the Vinotinto (and the Internet).

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Luis Suarez, who was injured and couldn’t play against Venezuela, threw a fit during the match, giving people lots of material. Like this…

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And this.

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And, of course, there were references to his infamous biting incident at the 2014 World Cup.

Que ratas!!! #Vinotinto #Venezuela #LuisSuarez

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That’s it so far — if you’ve already seen these memes, here’s one that you can relate to:

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READ: The Official Mitú Guide To Talking Trash About Players At Copa América

Which meme is your favorite? If there’s one we didn’t include, leave it in the comments below! And don’t forget to click on the share button below to send to your friends. 

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FIFA21 Releasing ‘El Chavo Del Ocho’ Uniforms To Honor The Icon For Limited Time


FIFA21 Releasing ‘El Chavo Del Ocho’ Uniforms To Honor The Icon For Limited Time

“El Chavo del Ocho” is one of the most iconic shows in the Spanish-language world. The tv show spawned some of the most beloved characters, including the namesake of the show. FIFA21 is getting in on the fun of highlighting the character to honor its 50 years of touching lives.

You can wear a special Chavo del Ocho uniform in FIFA21.

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“El Chavo del Ocho” is one of the most culturally important shows in the Spanish-speaking world. The Mexican sitcom gifted us Chavo del 8 and Chilindrina and we are all better for knowing those characters. The show, which ran for almost nine years, is still celebrated and loved today.

The uniforms are available for only a very short time.

FIFA 21 players can access the uniform between Dec. 10 to 13. The outfit isn’t outright free. Players have to accomplish three challenges and will then be granted access to the Chavo del Ocho kit. Who wouldn’t want a chance to play in the Chavo del Ocho kit?

Soccer players who wear the kit in the game are excited to be part of the celebration.

Who wouldn’t want a chance to be part of video game history. It isn’t every day that a video game version of yourself gets to wear an outfit that gives praise to one of the greats. If there was ever a highlight in life, this would definitely be one of them.

Some are thinking of it as a sweet homage to Chespirito.

Roberto Mario “Chespirito” Gómez y Bolaños is responsible for some of Mexico’s most important characters. The actor brought several characters to life on the television but none more iconic than Chavo del Ocho. If it were not for Chespirito, we would have never got to see Chapulin Colorado fight off the bad men or Chavo del Ocho interactions with La Chilindrina.

Who else is getting excited about the debut of these kits?

READ: Snapchat Added A ‘Chavo Del Ocho’ Filter And People Across The Internet Are Happy AF

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Argentine Soccer Legend Diego Maradona Dies at 60; Fans Grieve


Argentine Soccer Legend Diego Maradona Dies at 60; Fans Grieve

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Legendary Argentine soccer player Diego Maradona is dead from a heart attack. He was 60 years old.

On Wednesday, the the Argentine Football Association announced through Twitter that it “expresses its deepest sorrow for the death of our legend, Diego Armando Maradona. You will always be in our hearts.”

Diego Maradona is considered by many to be the greatest soccer player of all time.

When he was just 18 years old, Maradona led Argentina to a youth World Cup Victory in 1986 and played in four more World Cups after that.

It was at the ’86 World Cup that he was catapulted into global stardom for scoring a goal that would be known afterwards as the “Hand of God”. Maradona led his team to victory over England by jumping over a goalkeeper and punching the ball into the net. Afterward, he described what drove the goal: “It was a little bit with the head and a bit with the hand of God.”

After, Maradona moved to Naples, which would become his adopted home town. He solidified his superstar status by helping the struggling Naples Club clinch its first Italian league title in 1987. A second followed in 1990.

But El Pibe de Oro was as famous for his excesses as he was for his talent. He publicly struggled with drug addiction and personal crises throughout his career and after it. Post-retirement, his health suffered.

Earlier this month, Maradona had underwent an operation to remove a blood clot from his brain. Shortly after, he was admitted to a rehab center to treat his alcohol addiction. On October 25th, he died of a heart attack in his home in Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

In the wake of Maradona’s death, there has been an outpouring of grief from fans, peers, and rivals alike.

Cristiano Ronaldo took to Twitter to express his feelings about the death of a global superstar.

“Today I say goodbye to a friend and the world says goodbye to an eternal genius,” wrote Ronaldo. “One of the best ever. An unparalleled magician. He leaves too soon, but leaves a limitless legacy and a void that will never be filled. Rest in peace, crack. You will never be forgotten.”

Famous Brazilian forward Pelé also wrote a touching tribute to him on Twitter.

“What sad news,” wrote Pelé. “I lost a great friend and the world lost a legend. There is still much to be said, but for now, may God give strength to his family. One day, I hope we can play ball together in heaven.”

Fellow Argentine superstar Leo Messi posted a touching tribute to Maradona on Instagram.

The two players have always drawn parallels because of their country of origin.

Maradona’s adopted stadium of San Paolo in Naples lit up in memoriam of their greatest player.

The entire sports world grieves at the passing of such a legend. Rest in peace, Diego.

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