Everton forward Richarlison scored the third and final goal as Brazil beat Peru in the final of the 2019 Copa America to lift the trophy for the ninth time.
Richarlison blasted Brazil into a 3-1 lead from the penalty spot, and they never relinquished that lead, holding on to win the trophy for the first time since 2007.
The Brazilian clearly enjoyed the goal, celebrating in the style of Duncan Ferguson, and will now have some well-deserved rest before returning to pre-season training with Everton at closer to the end of the month.
Last night’s final was Richarlison’s third appearance in the competition for Brazil, and his goal was both his first and the Brazil’s last of the tournament.
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