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…
Along with San Memo Ochoa.
Why San Memo? Because Guillermo Ochoa’s multiple saves vs. Jamaica reminded everyone of his unreal performance at the 2014 World Cup…
Which led to memes like this one…
And this one.
— Nico Fronterizo (@NicoFronterizo) June 10, 2016
Last week, USA’s loss to Colombia had many people wishing for this guy’s return…
— Central DxT (@Central_DxT) June 4, 2016
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.
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…
They moved on to celebrating their elimination from Copa América.
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).
Luis Suarez, who was injured and couldn’t play against Venezuela, threw a fit during the match, giving people lots of material. Like this…
And, of course, there were references to his infamous biting incident at the 2014 World Cup.
A photo posted by Rogelio Pérez Moreno (@rogelioperez08) on
That’s it so far — if you’ve already seen these memes, here’s one that you can relate to:
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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