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Brazil vs Peru live stream: how to watch Copa America semi-final for … Tue, 06 Jul 2021 01:00:00 +0100-BRAZIL are just one game away from the Copa America final but must first take on Peru.Neymar and co. have been brilliant all tournament and beat Chile.

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Brazil vs Peru FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time

July 06, 2021

BRAZIL are just one game away from the Copa America final but must first take on Peru.

Neymar and co. have been brilliant all tournament and beat Chile 1-0 in the quarter-finals to book their spot in the semis.

  • Kick-off: Midnight BST
  • Brazil: Ederson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Silva, Lodi; Paqueta, Casemiro, Fred; Everton, Richarlison, Neymar
  • Peru: Gallese; Callens, Ramos, Santamaria; Corzo, Pena, Tapia, Yotun, Trauco; Cueva; Lapadula
  • TV/ live stream: BBC iPlayer

Follow ALL of the latest updates below…

  • THAT'S ALL FROM RIO!

    A brilliant assist by Neymar led Brazil to their second consecutive Copa America Final after a 1-0 victory over Peru at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

    The Paris Saint-Germain superstar dribbled past three defenders down the left before setting up Lucas Paqueta, who scored the winner for the second time in a row after his heroics against Paraguay in the quarter-finals.

    Tite’s men dominated in the first half as they missed some unbelievable chances to score more goals.

    It all started just after eight minutes when Paqueta delivered a beautiful through ball and found Richarlison inside the penalty area.

    The Everton star dribbled past Pedro Gallese but found himself at a tight angle and thus passed the ball back to Neymar, who shot it wide.

    Gallese enjoyed a brilliant first half that saw him making an unbelievable triple save on 19 minutes.

    The Blanquirroja captain denied a long-range shot by Casemiro as well as two efforts from Neymar as well as Richarlison from close distance.

    But the Orlando City shot-stopper couldn’t maintain a clean sheet as Neymar dribbled past Alexander Callens, Christian Ramos AND Aldo Corzo before setting up Paqueta in the penalty area just 10 minutes before half-time.

    Peru came back stronger in the second half when manager Ricardo Gareca introduced Raziel Garcia and Marcos Lopez.

    Gianluca Lapadula recorded the Blanquirroja’s first shot on target with a powerful left-footed effort that forced a difficult save from Ederson after 50 minutes.

    Peru’s biggest chance, though, occurred on 82 minutes when Callens got a header from a free-kick and almost hit Ederson’s bottom left corner.

    Brazil are now set to compete in the final this Sunday at the historic Maracana Stadium against the winner of the other semi-final encounter between Argentina and Colombia.

    The two nations face off in the early hours of Wednesday and the loser will take on Peru in the third-place play-off on Saturday.

    Thank you for following the action with us, have a lovely night!

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  • STATS

    Brazil dominated 56 per cent of possession throughout the semi-final encounter.

    The Selecao recorded a total of 15 shots, with a whopping eight of them being on target.

    Peru registered seven shots, but only two of them were on target and they all occurred during the second half.

    Brazil will compete in the final on Sunday and will face the winner of the other semi-final between Argentina and Colombia – Peru will face the loser of that encounter in the third-place play-off

  • FT: BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    Brazil made it to the Copa America Final for the second time in a row after beating Peru at the Olympic Stadium in Rio.

    The Selecao made it through thanks to Lucas Paqueta's winner after 35 minutes.

    Tite's men broke the deadlock when Neymar dribbled past three Peru defenders – Alexander Callens, Christian Ramos AND Aldo Corzo – before passing back to Paqueta, who found the back of the net with a fine finish.

    Brazil dominated in the first half as they missed some unbelievable chances to score more goals.

    Paqueta delivered a beautiful through ball and found Richarlison inside the penalty area on eight minutes

    The Everton star dribbled past a brilliant Pedro Gallese but found himself at a tight angle and thus passed the ball back to Neymar, who shot it wide.

    Then Gallese made a triple save to deny a long-range shot from Casemiro as well as two efforts from Neymar as well as Richarlison from close distance after 19 minutes.

    Peru came back stronger in the second half when manager Ricardo Gareca introduced Raziel Garcia and Marcos Lopez.

    Gianluca Lapadula recorded the Blanquirroja's first shot on target with a powerful left-footed effort that forced a difficult save from Ederson after 50 minutes.

    Peru's biggest chance, though, occurred after 82 minutes when Alexander Callens got a header from a free-kick and almost hit Ederson's bottom left corner

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  • PEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

    THAT'S FULL-TIME IN RIO!!!!!!

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    90+3 Peru's attack comes to an end after the referee claims Lapadula elbows Militao.

    Very soft decision as the Brazilian seem to be slightly overreacting…

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    90+2 SUBSTITUTION

    Brazil manager Tite seems to be making a necessary change as Paqueta is hurting.

    The midfielder is replaced by Luiz

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    90 Five more minutes of added time to go until full-time.

    Paqueta is still on the ground after the rough tackle by Lopez

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    90 YELLOW CARD

    Peru ace Lopez gets booked for a dangerous tackle on Paqueta, who's probably trying to save as much time as possible on the ground

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    89 SUBSTITUTION

    Peru manager Careva makes one more change as Tavara replaces Tapia

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    88 YELLOW CARD

    Vinicius becomes the first Brazilian player to be booked for a late challenge on Lora

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    88 Brazil are dominating possession and tempo in the last few minutes of the match.

    Neymar has been stunning as he gets a lot of the ball and earns plenty of free-kicks.

    Peru are struggling to create any attacks

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    85 SUBSTITUTION

    Brazil manager Tite makes a triple change for the last five minutes of the match.

    Vinicius comes on for Richarlison, Fabinho replaces Fred and Militao takes Lodi's place

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    82 WHAT A CHANCE!

    Peru come extremely close to an equaliser, Brazil are quite lucky!

    A free-kick is whipped in from the left and Callens gets a header after a poor exit by Ederson but the ball just misses the Manchester City star's bottom left corner

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    81 SUBSTITUTION

    Another change for Peru as Ormeno replaces Cueva for the last few minutes

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    80 Brazil star Neymar hasn't been able to give his team that extra edge so far in the second half.

    But it is thanks to the PSG superstar that the Selecao are ahead

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  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    78 As time goes by Brazil's lead is becoming increasingly fragile.

    The Selecao need to remain concentrated as literally anything can happen on the lottery we call a penalty shoot-out

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    75 SUBSTITUTION

    Peru manager Gareca makes another switch as Lora replaces Corzo

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    75 Just a quick reminder, if Peru equalise then the game will go straight to penalties.

    Only the final gets extra-time if the two teams are tied after full-time

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    73 Brazil are still quite comfortable on the pitch but Peru have drastically improved in the second half.

    The Selecao are still the favourites to go through, but it could easily be taken away from them if they're not careful

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    71 PENALTY SHOUT

    Brazil star Richarlison gets a lovely ball by Neymar and goes down inside the area following a push by Gorzo.

    However, the referee waives play on and VAR aren't intervening

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    70 SUBSTITUTION

    Brazil manager Tite makes his first change as Ribeiro replaces Everton.

    An Everton comes in for another Everton, and none of them play for the Toffees

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    70 Peru ace Santamaria gets lucky there as he avoids a blatant yellow card.

    The defender takes down Neymar with a late challenge and doesn't get booked even though the referee halts the game…

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    67 Check out some of the best highlights of the first half.

    That includes Neymar's brilliant assist, Paqueta's opener and Gallese's triple save:

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  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    65 CHANCE

    Brazil show their presence with a shot from Neymar inside the area that goes wide!

  • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

    64 Richarlison goes down inside Peru's area following achallenge with Tapia.

    But the referee has none of it!

  • BRAZIL are just one game away from the Copa America final but must first take on Peru.

    Neymar and co. have been brilliant all tournament and beat Chile 1-0 in the quarter-finals to book their spot in the semis.

    • Kick-off: Midnight BST
    • Brazil: Ederson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Silva, Lodi; Paqueta, Casemiro, Fred; Everton, Richarlison, Neymar
    • Peru: Gallese; Callens, Ramos, Santamaria; Corzo, Pena, Tapia, Yotun, Trauco; Cueva; Lapadula
    • TV/ live stream: BBC iPlayer

    Follow ALL of the latest updates below…

    • THAT'S ALL FROM RIO!

      A brilliant assist by Neymar led Brazil to their second consecutive Copa America Final after a 1-0 victory over Peru at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

      The Paris Saint-Germain superstar dribbled past three defenders down the left before setting up Lucas Paqueta, who scored the winner for the second time in a row after his heroics against Paraguay in the quarter-finals.

      Tite’s men dominated in the first half as they missed some unbelievable chances to score more goals.

      It all started just after eight minutes when Paqueta delivered a beautiful through ball and found Richarlison inside the penalty area.

      The Everton star dribbled past Pedro Gallese but found himself at a tight angle and thus passed the ball back to Neymar, who shot it wide.

      Gallese enjoyed a brilliant first half that saw him making an unbelievable triple save on 19 minutes.

      The Blanquirroja captain denied a long-range shot by Casemiro as well as two efforts from Neymar as well as Richarlison from close distance.

      But the Orlando City shot-stopper couldn’t maintain a clean sheet as Neymar dribbled past Alexander Callens, Christian Ramos AND Aldo Corzo before setting up Paqueta in the penalty area just 10 minutes before half-time.

      Peru came back stronger in the second half when manager Ricardo Gareca introduced Raziel Garcia and Marcos Lopez.

      Gianluca Lapadula recorded the Blanquirroja’s first shot on target with a powerful left-footed effort that forced a difficult save from Ederson after 50 minutes.

      Peru’s biggest chance, though, occurred on 82 minutes when Callens got a header from a free-kick and almost hit Ederson’s bottom left corner.

      Brazil are now set to compete in the final this Sunday at the historic Maracana Stadium against the winner of the other semi-final encounter between Argentina and Colombia.

      The two nations face off in the early hours of Wednesday and the loser will take on Peru in the third-place play-off on Saturday.

      Thank you for following the action with us, have a lovely night!

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    • STATS

      Brazil dominated 56 per cent of possession throughout the semi-final encounter.

      The Selecao recorded a total of 15 shots, with a whopping eight of them being on target.

      Peru registered seven shots, but only two of them were on target and they all occurred during the second half.

      Brazil will compete in the final on Sunday and will face the winner of the other semi-final between Argentina and Colombia – Peru will face the loser of that encounter in the third-place play-off

    • FT: BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      Brazil made it to the Copa America Final for the second time in a row after beating Peru at the Olympic Stadium in Rio.

      The Selecao made it through thanks to Lucas Paqueta's winner after 35 minutes.

      Tite's men broke the deadlock when Neymar dribbled past three Peru defenders – Alexander Callens, Christian Ramos AND Aldo Corzo – before passing back to Paqueta, who found the back of the net with a fine finish.

      Brazil dominated in the first half as they missed some unbelievable chances to score more goals.

      Paqueta delivered a beautiful through ball and found Richarlison inside the penalty area on eight minutes

      The Everton star dribbled past a brilliant Pedro Gallese but found himself at a tight angle and thus passed the ball back to Neymar, who shot it wide.

      Then Gallese made a triple save to deny a long-range shot from Casemiro as well as two efforts from Neymar as well as Richarlison from close distance after 19 minutes.

      Peru came back stronger in the second half when manager Ricardo Gareca introduced Raziel Garcia and Marcos Lopez.

      Gianluca Lapadula recorded the Blanquirroja's first shot on target with a powerful left-footed effort that forced a difficult save from Ederson after 50 minutes.

      Peru's biggest chance, though, occurred after 82 minutes when Alexander Callens got a header from a free-kick and almost hit Ederson's bottom left corner

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    • PEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

      THAT'S FULL-TIME IN RIO!!!!!!

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      90+3 Peru's attack comes to an end after the referee claims Lapadula elbows Militao.

      Very soft decision as the Brazilian seem to be slightly overreacting…

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      90+2 SUBSTITUTION

      Brazil manager Tite seems to be making a necessary change as Paqueta is hurting.

      The midfielder is replaced by Luiz

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      90 Five more minutes of added time to go until full-time.

      Paqueta is still on the ground after the rough tackle by Lopez

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      90 YELLOW CARD

      Peru ace Lopez gets booked for a dangerous tackle on Paqueta, who's probably trying to save as much time as possible on the ground

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      89 SUBSTITUTION

      Peru manager Careva makes one more change as Tavara replaces Tapia

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      88 YELLOW CARD

      Vinicius becomes the first Brazilian player to be booked for a late challenge on Lora

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      88 Brazil are dominating possession and tempo in the last few minutes of the match.

      Neymar has been stunning as he gets a lot of the ball and earns plenty of free-kicks.

      Peru are struggling to create any attacks

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      85 SUBSTITUTION

      Brazil manager Tite makes a triple change for the last five minutes of the match.

      Vinicius comes on for Richarlison, Fabinho replaces Fred and Militao takes Lodi's place

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      82 WHAT A CHANCE!

      Peru come extremely close to an equaliser, Brazil are quite lucky!

      A free-kick is whipped in from the left and Callens gets a header after a poor exit by Ederson but the ball just misses the Manchester City star's bottom left corner

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      81 SUBSTITUTION

      Another change for Peru as Ormeno replaces Cueva for the last few minutes

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      80 Brazil star Neymar hasn't been able to give his team that extra edge so far in the second half.

      But it is thanks to the PSG superstar that the Selecao are ahead

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    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      78 As time goes by Brazil's lead is becoming increasingly fragile.

      The Selecao need to remain concentrated as literally anything can happen on the lottery we call a penalty shoot-out

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      75 SUBSTITUTION

      Peru manager Gareca makes another switch as Lora replaces Corzo

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      75 Just a quick reminder, if Peru equalise then the game will go straight to penalties.

      Only the final gets extra-time if the two teams are tied after full-time

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      73 Brazil are still quite comfortable on the pitch but Peru have drastically improved in the second half.

      The Selecao are still the favourites to go through, but it could easily be taken away from them if they're not careful

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      71 PENALTY SHOUT

      Brazil star Richarlison gets a lovely ball by Neymar and goes down inside the area following a push by Gorzo.

      However, the referee waives play on and VAR aren't intervening

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      70 SUBSTITUTION

      Brazil manager Tite makes his first change as Ribeiro replaces Everton.

      An Everton comes in for another Everton, and none of them play for the Toffees

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      70 Peru ace Santamaria gets lucky there as he avoids a blatant yellow card.

      The defender takes down Neymar with a late challenge and doesn't get booked even though the referee halts the game…

    • BRAZIL 1-0 PERU

      67 Check out some of the best highlights of the first half.

      That includes Neymar's brilliant assist, Paqueta's opener and Gallese's triple save:


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    Brazil vs Peru live stream: how to watch Copa America semi-final for free and from anywhere

    July 05, 2021

    Having survived a scare in their 2021 Copa America quarter-final, Brazil could set up a potential mouth-watering grand finale against Argentina with a win tonight in Rio against Peru. Follow our guide to watch an Brazil vs Peru live stream and follow the Copa America 2021 knockout game from anywhere – including free ways to watch.

    The defending champs booked their place in the last four after being made to sweat against Chile, in a match that saw Lucas Paqueta score the game's only goal and Man City striker Gabriel Jesus sent off for a horror lunge on Ben Brereton.

    Peru will be relieved by the suspension of Jesus, but will have to make do without a key man of their own this evening after Andre Carrillo was sent off in the win over Paraguay in a match decided by penalties with the scores level at 3-3 at full time.

    Neymar and co are obvious favorites coming into the clash – the match marking a re-run of the 2019 Copa America final, and a 4-0 thrashing earlier in the tournament. Ricardo Gareca’s well-organised side will be determined to dish out revenge with a shock win.

    Follow our guide below as we explain how to get a Brazil vs Peru live stream and watch the quarter-final from wherever you are in the world and for FREE. 

    What a time to be alive for football fans the world over. As well as being able to live stream Euro 2020 matches, you can also tune in to watch every match of the Copa America 2021 without paying a penny. 

    As with all games during the tournament, the BBC will be airing this Brazil vs Peru clash. Some are also being shown on free-to-air channels across South America. Just check your local listings for specific game coverage details. 

    UK – BBC and BBC iPlayer

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    We've outlined all the ways you can watch Brazil vs Peru online around the world down below. But first, you should know that if you're abroad at any point during the tournament, you probably won't be able to watch the footy like you normally would at home.

    This is because of geo-blocking, a digital restriction that means certain streaming services are only accessible in the region they're based in. Don't sweat it, though, as you've got the option of using a VPN to tune to your preferred coverage wherever you are. 

    Use a VPN to live stream Copa America 2021 from anywhere

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    We've taken the time to try out all the biggest VPN providers and we found ExpressVPN to be the best of the bunch. It works with lots of devices and offers super fast connections across its many servers. It's compatible with loads of devices including iOS, Android, Amazon Fire Stick, PlayStation, Apple TV and such, and we found it secure, speedy and simple-to-use.  

    Throw in its robust security features, and ExpressVPN is the best all-round VPN for streaming – and perhaps best of all, it has a 30-day money back guarantee plus 3 months FREE when you subscribe for a year.

    Once you've downloaded the software, just follow the prompts to install it then select the location you want to relocate your IP address to – it really is that easy.

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    Using a VPN is as easy as one-two-three…

    1. Download and install a VPN – as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN

    2. Connect to the appropriate server location – open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location

    3. Go to the broadcaster's live stream – so if you're from the UK, just head to BBC iPlayer

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    How to watch a FREE Brazil vs Peru live stream online in the UK

    Footy fans based in the UK hoping to see another Messi masterclass can watch Brazil vs Peru FREE online, along with every single game of Copa America 2021. You can tune in on your TV via the Red Button. 

    If you're not in front of a TV, you can live stream Brazil vs Peru on BBC iPlayer. As a national broadcaster, it doesn't cost a penny to stream if you're located in the UK.

    Prepare for a late one though, as Brazil vs Peru kicks off at 12 midnight BST on Monday night / Tuesday morning.

    Not in the UK right now? No worries – just use a VPN to port yourself back home to a UK location, then watch live as normal. 

    How to watch Brazil vs Peru: live stream Copa America 2021 in the US

    Soccer fans based in the US can tune in to Brazil vs Peru on Fox Sports, which is showing all of the Copa America action. Kick-off is set for 7pm ET / 4pm PT.

    If you get the channel as part of your cable package, you can also watch Brazil vs Peru on Fox Sports' streaming platform.

    How to watch Brazil vs Peru without cable

    Not got cable? There are plenty of over-the-top TV streaming services you can use too. Of the many options, we think Sling TV is the best fit for most soccer fans' needs, with its Blue package offering Fox Sports. 

    Sling Blue usually costs $35 per month, but new subscribers can get a fantastic bargain – right now you can save big bucks with this Sling TV deal, which lets you get a whole month of Sling Blue for $10.

    Another great option is fuboTV, an even more comprehensive streamer that also offers Fox Sports channels. Packages start from $64.99 a month, but there's a FREE fuboTV trial you can try to see if it's right for you.

    Spanish-language coverage of Brazil vs Peru is also available in the US via TUDN and Univision.

    And remember, if you're abroad right now you can use a VPN to tune into your home subscription service, no matter where you are in the world.

    How to watch Brazil vs Peru in Australia

    Optus Sport is the place to watch Brazil vs Peru Down Under, which kicks off at 9am AEST on Tuesday morning.

    The channel is showing all of the Copa America (and Euro 2020) action, and Optus' coverage can be streamed via mobile and tablet with the channel's app, while cord-cutters can also access the service on Fetch TV, Chromecast or Apple TV. 

    You can sign up to Optus Sport on the service's website here.

    And if you're not in Oz right now, simply use a VPN to tune in as normal on your Optus account. 

    How to watch Brazil vs Peru: live stream Copa America 2021 soccer in Canada

    Spanish-language cable channel Univision is showing Brazil vs Peru and all the rest of the Copa America action in Canada. 

    The game kicks off at 7pm ET / 4pm PT, with Univision's coverage getting underway at 6.30pm ET / 3.30pm PT.

    How to watch Copa America 2021 online in New Zealand

    Soccer fans in New Zealand can watch this massive Copa America 2021 match unfold on premium streaming service Spark Sport, with Brazil vs Peru set to kick off at 11am NZST on Tuesday.

    However, because Spark Sport offers a 1-month free trial to new users, you can tune in for FREE!

    After that, a subscription costs $24.99 per month, and includes loads of Black Caps cricket action, as well as NBA basketball, F1 racing, and MotoGP.


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