Peru continued their amazing run through CONMEBOL’s Copa America on Wednesday, rolling over defending champion Chile by a 3-0 score. Edison Flores opened the scoring in the 21st minute, and then Yoshimar Yotun added an insurance goal in the 38th minute. Paolo Guerrero added insult to injury with a goal in stoppage time at the end of the second half, and now Peru has a date with Brazil for the title. Considering the statistics, this game is surely an anomaly, as Chile led in shots, 19-9 (7-3 on target) and possessed for 66 percent of the game. They made almost twice as many passes as Peru and completed 81 percent of them, and with their pressure they forced nine corners — but Peru posted the clean sheet. Now Chile will take on Argentina for third place, as Brazil eliminated Argentina in the other semifinal. In that game, Gabriel Jesus scored in the 19th minute, and Roberto Firmino added insurance in the 71st minute to finish off the scoring. Brazil only launched four shots, with three on target, while Argentina took 14, putting two on net. Possession was virtually even, with Argentina possessing 51 percent of the game, and the passes (422-419 for Brazil) and the accuracy (85%-84% for Argentina) was dead even as well — but the score was clearly for Brazil. Lionel Messi complained about the officiating after the game, but it is in the books, and now Chile and Argentina will take the pitch for third place on Saturday. Don’t miss our sports betting preview of this matchup.