The club football season have ended, but fans of the popular sport continue to get special entertainment with two major tournaments, Copa America along with Euro 2016 being held at a similar time frame.
Argentina are gearing up for the upcoming Copa America Centenario tournament as they're hoping to win it, but in fulfilling that mission fans will be missing two top names, Carlos Tevez and Paulo Dybala.
Argetininan superstar, Lionel Messi officially won his fifth Ballon d'Or award, beating his arch rival, Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona teammate, Neymar.
Although that victory was something that many has strongly predicted, Messi remain excited and grateful towards those who have supported him.
An interesting World Cup qualifier battle in Conmenbol is set to occur this week when Argentina host Brazil, in an important encounter for both teams, who didn't start their qualification campaign that well.
Argentina still can't break their recent senior team title drought after suffering a defeat in Copa America final from Chile last weekend.
Having to experience a 4-1 penalty shoot out defeat was truly a disappointing experience, especially for Albiceleste head coach, Gerardo Martino, who believes his team should have won that match.
The fairy tale story of host nation Chile in this year's Copa America, ended well as they won that tournament after defeating Argentina via penalty shoot out.
It was Arsenal's star, Alexis Sanchez who decided La Roja's glory with his calm and composed chip penalty kick which fooled Argentina's goalie, Sergio Romero.
Argentina are longing to end their trophy drought in the senior side and they can do it this Sunday as they face up against host nation Chile for a shot at Copa America trophy.
Only finishing as runners up in the latest World Cup, Albiceleste head coach, Gerardo Martino is determined to win Copa America this time around.
Chile are gearing up to face Argentina in the final of Copa America this weekend and La Roja's boss, Jorge Sampaoli wants maximum concentration from his players.
Sampaoli stated that Argentina are a great side that also have top quality players, especially up front, that's why to defeat Albiceleste, Chile must not lose any focus in that match.
Host nation, Chile are dreaming of lifting the Copa America for their first time ever on Sunday as they face up against another title favorite, Argentina.
Although Albiceleste might have a stronger squad on paper, La Roja players are not scared of them as it was stated by goal keeper and skipper Claudio Bravo.
Argentina fulfilled the expectation of many football fans as they made their way into the final of Copa America after defeating Paraguay 6-1 in the semi final.
That convincing victory brought positive hope for Albiceleste stars, including Lionel Messi who is hoping that he can helped his national team lift the Copa America trophy.