Colombia will take on Argentina in a mouth-watering Copa América quarter-final after squeezing through to the knockout stages, with the last eight fixtures confirmed on Sunday night.
Los Cafeteros were held to a 0-0 draw by Peru in their final game in Group C, leaving them sweating on the result of the clash between Brazil and Venezuela later in the evening.
However, Brazil’s 2-1 triumph in Santiago means José Pékerman’s side – quarter-finalists at the 2014 World Cup – progressed as one of the two best third-placed teams.
They will now face La Albiceleste in Viña del Mar on June 26, with the winner moving on to the last four.
Brazil’s reward for topping their group is a game against Paraguay on June 28, with that game taking place in Concepción.
The next round begins with hosts Chile facing reigning champions Uruguay on June 24 in Santiago, followed the next day by Bolivia’s clash with Peru in Temuco.
Taken from http://www.ca2015.com/en