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Copa America Centenario: Day Two Review/Day Three Preview--Controversy in Pasadena

Not the most exciting days of soccer, but it was not a day without controversy.

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Day two of the Copa America Centenario is done and in the books and while it was fairly boring overall (just one goal) there was some OK soccer.

Here is our look back at day two and our look ahead to day three:

Costa Rica 0:0 Paraguay

The second game in Group A was an important one for the United States Men's National Team as these are the two teams that the USA takes on in their next two games.  There was not a whole lot to take away from this match--it featured just four shots on target, other than the USA can definitely defeat these two teams.  (which, if they want to advance out of the group, they will need to).  Also, Vancouver Whitecaps defender Kendall Waston picked up a red card and will miss the USA game.

Haiti 0:1 Peru

Group B play got underway in Chicago in a match that was fairly even in possession, but short on overall chances.  Peru did make the break through in the 61st minute as Paolo Guerrero found the back of the net for Peru.  Both teams are back in action on Wednesday with Haiti playing Brazil and Peru taking on Ecuador.

Brazil 0:0 Ecuador

Wow.  Ecuador got screwed.  Royally screwed in this one. That is all.

How to Watch--Jamaica v Venezuela

Match Date/Time: Sunday, 5 June 2016 at 3:00 PM MDT

Venue: Solider Field--Chicago, Illinois

TV Information: Fox Television/Univision/Univision Deportes

Live Stream: Fox Soccer 2 Go

How to Watch--Mexico v Uruguay

Match Date/Time: Sunday, 5 June 2016 at 6:00 PM MDT

Venue: University of Phoenix Stadium--Glendale, Arizona

TV Information: Fox Sports 1/Univision/Univision Deportes

Live Stream: Fox Soccer 2 Go