Roger Martinez scored a stunning solo goal for Colombia last night as Argentina were beaten 2-0 in their Copa America opener.
With the game sitting at 0-0 going into the 71st minute, Martinez ended up putting Argentina to the sword, as he picked up the ball on the left wing before cutting in and firing home a ferocious effort.
Duvan Zapata then added a 2nd later on to hand Argentina their first actual defeat in the tournament since the 2007 final, as all three of their last defeats have been on penalties, which technically go down as draws.
Argentina's defeat to Colombia was their first loss in the tournament since losing to Brazil in the final of the 2007 Copa America. All three times they got eliminated after (Uruguay and Chile twice) were on penalty kicks, counting as draws.
— Roy Nemer (@RoyNemer) June 16, 2019