Copa America 2024: Results, highlights as Colombia dominates Panama 5-0 (2024)

Copa America 2024: Results, highlights as Colombia dominates Panama 5-0 (1)

The 2024 Copa América quarterfinals continued Saturday at State Farm Stadium with a match between Group D winner Colombia and upstart Panama. Colombia came into the game on a 26-match unbeaten streak while Panama made it on the back of a surprise 2-1 victory over the U.S. in group play.

Colombia extended that streak to 27 matches in emphatic fashion with one of the more dominant displays of the tournament, winning 5-0 to clinch a spot in the semifinals.

Jhon Córdoba's goal in the eighth minute started a first-half barrage. Minutes later, James Rodríguez's penalty kick made it 2-0 and Luis Díaz's chip shot over Panama keeper Orlando Mosquera made it 3-0 before halftime.

Los Cafeteros piled it on in the second half with a goal by Richard Ríos in the 70th minute and Miguel Borja on a penalty kick as time expired.

With this win, Colombia advances to the semifinals for the third time in the last four Copa America tournaments. Panama's first appearance in the knockout stage ends their most successful Copa America performance to date.

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When does Colombia play next?

Colombia will play the winner of Uruguay on Wednesday in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kick-off for that match is set for 8 p.m. ET.

Colombia vs. Panama highlights

Córdoba's goal - his second of the tournament - gave Colombia a lead they'd never relinquish.

Goals from the captain Rodríguez and Díaz put Colombia well out of reach by halftime.

Ríos' goal made poured it on in the second half to bring the game to 4-0.

After a hard foul by Panama's José Córdoba on Santiago Arias left both players down for multiple minutes, Colombia's Miguel Borja took a penalty kick and scored. The game finished after that goal to make it 5-0.

GOAL: Colombia 5, Panama 0 (90+5')

Following the delay and yellow card, Miguel Borja took a penalty kick for Colombia and buried it in the right corner of the net to make it 5-0. Referees called the game after that goal.

Yellow on Panama (90+2')

Panama's José Córdoba sprinted to stop Santiago Arias after a deep pass into the penalty area and made heavy contact after the ball arrived. Both players remained on the ground for multiple minutes and Córdoba was shown the yellow, Panama's third of the half.

Panama can't break through (80')

Three good chances couldn't find the net. Abdiel Ayarza's header was blocked, Amir Murillo's shot from outside the box was saved, and Jovani Welch's shot sailed wide right and over the goal.

Substitutions for Colombia (73')

Colombia's captain James Rodríguez left the pitch with one goal and one assist in today's match. Juan Fernando Quintero entered the game for him and Santiago Arias entered the game for Daniel Muñoz.

GOAL: Colombia 4, Panama 0 (70')

Confusion over a potential penalty gave just enough time for Colombia's Richard Ríos to fire a shot from outside the box and past Panama's keeper Orlando Mosquera.

Substitutions for Colombia (65')

Luis Díaz and Jhon Arias jogged off the pitch with Luis Sinisterra and Jorge Carrascal coming on for Colombia.

Another substitution for Panama (62')

Cristian Martínez exits the game for Panama with Abdiel Ayarza coming in for him.

Yellow card for Panama (54')

Jovani Welch was shown the yellow - the first for Panama in today's game - for a bad foul early in the second half.

Substitutions for Panama

Down 3-0 to start the second half, manager Thomas Christiansen is making two changes in the lineup. César Blackman and Roderick Miller head out with Eduardo Guerrero and Carlos Harvey coming into the match.

Halftime: Colombia 3, Panama 0

Colombia is in control despite a near-even split in possession and Panama out-shooting Colombia eight to four. Panama's given up three goals for the second time in the Copa America - the first was against Uruguay in group play and included two second-half goals.

GOAL: Colombia 3, Panama 0 (41')

Luis Díaz sprinted through the Panama defense and hit a chip shot over the keeper for the third score of the game.

Close call for Panama (19')

Panama nearly cut the deficit to 2-1 on a header by Roderick Miller that bounced off the right bar of the goal before Colombia's keeper Camilo Vargas batted it out.

GOAL: Colombia 2, Panama 0 (15')

Rodríguez took his turn to score for Colombia by burying a penalty kick in the top right corner of the net to put Los Cafeteros up big before the halfway mark of the first half.

GOAL: Colombia 1, Panama 0 (8')

Jhon Córdoba knocked a header into goal from a cross by James Rodríguez off a corner kick to take the early lead.

Colombia vs. Panama: TV, time, stream and how to watch

  • Time: 6 p.m. ET
  • Location: State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.)
  • Cable TV: Fox Sports 1
  • Streaming: Fox Sports app, Fubo (free trial)

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Copa America bracket: Remaining schedule

Semifinals: Tuesday, July 9

  • Argentinavs.Venezuela or Canada at 9 p.m. ET

Semifinals: Wednesday, July 10

  • Uruguay or Brazilvs.Colombia or Panama at 9 p.m. ET

Third-Place Game: Saturday, July 13

  • Loser of July 9vs.Loser of July 10 at 9 p.m. ET

Final: Sunday, July 14

Winner of July 9vs.Winner of July 10 at 9 p.m. ET

How to watch the 2024 Copa America

The 2024 Copa América quarterfinals will be broadcast across multiple channels and streaming services over the course of the tournament.

  • TV: FOX Sports, FS1, Univision
  • Stream: fubo TV, YouTube TV, TUDN, ViX

2024 Copa America Championship odds

Argentina is the favorite to win the 2024 Copa América, according to BetMGM soccer odds as of Friday afternoon:

  • Argentina (+125)
  • Brazil (+333)
  • Colombia (+550)
  • Uruguay (+550)
  • Venezuela (+2500)
  • Ecuador (+3300)
  • Canada (+4000)
  • Panama (+10000)

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Colombia and Panama: Records

Colombia:

Colombia is currently on a 26-match unbeaten streak, including international friendly wins against the United States, Spain, Mexico, and Brazil, among others.

Colombia's last defeat was a 1-0 loss against Argentina in a World Cup Qualifying match on February 1, 2022.

Panama:

Panama is looking to maintain their successful Copa América Tournament streak. They lost to Uruguay 3-1 in their opening match but bounced back with a stunning 2-1 victory over the United States in the second group stage match. Panama secured their spot in the quarterfinals with a 3-1 win over Bolivia.

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Copa America 2024: Results, highlights as Colombia dominates Panama 5-0 (2024)

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