The championship trophy is not the only title that Brazilian players get in the 2019 Copa America. The title “Best Player Copa America 2019” belongs to Dani Alves. At the age of 36, the Brazilian captain entered Copa America history as the oldest player to win this personal award. Before Dani Alves, Enzo Francescoli and Jose Nasazzi of Uruguay were the holders of this title at the age of 34.
This is also the 40th title in Dani Alves’s career, more than anyone in the history of world football. Dani Alves is also the only person left in the Selecao squad that won the Copa America 2007.Brazil overwhelmed the rest of the individual categories as well as Copa America 2019 teams. Selecao was awarded the Fairplay award for the best team to play despite the fact that striker Gabriel Jesus had to receive a red card in the final.
The title “Scorer” also belongs to Brazilian players. It was Everton midfielder with 3 goals. He shared this title with the Peruvian captain striker Paolo Guerrero. Everton could have monopolized this title if they made the penalty that he himself brought back to Brazil in the final minutes of the final.
However, Richarlison is the implementer. The title “Golden Gloves” for the best goalkeeper in the tournament belongs to Brazilian guard Alisson. Liverpool’s payroll goalkeeper only conceded a goal in the Copa America 2019.
This is also the third “Golden Glove” title for Alisson this season. Previously, he was honored as the best goalkeeper in the Premier League and Champions League.
The yellow ball should be given to Becker, goalkeeper who has scored a hattrick of yellow gloves for the year. Ro and Mes no longer have the same race as before, modern football should consider more about Defender and Goalkeeper.