"It's unacceptable that as a result of incidents that are a regular part of competition ... unfounded and untrue accusations have been launched that call into question the integrity of the Copa America", said CONMEBOL in a statement posted on its social media accounts.
The backlash in Argentina continues following the controversial red card awarded to Lionel Messi in the Copa América third-place play-off, and the VAR concerns during the semi-final elimination to Brazil.
"Said accusations represent a lack of respect for the competition, all the football players involved and the hundreds of professionals of CONMEBOL, institution that since 2016 has been tirelessly working to transparent, professionalize and develop South American football", it read.
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He continued: "The reason why he was absent was already known, it been in his diary over a year ago and couldn't be changed". Paris Saint-Germain regrets this situation and will be taking appropriate measures as a result.
The hosts will play the victor of Wednesday's semifinal between Chile and Peru in the final.
As it happened during the third-place playoff between Argentina and Chile, Messi's mood grew further incensed after he was handed the first red card in his worldwide career.
Medel responded by force and pushing his face into Messi's as the two players argued before the referee reached, showed them red card and dismissed both of them from the match.
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The 22-year-old defender left City last year but they have activated a £5.3m buy-back clause in his contract at the Dutch club. He said: "City have achieved an bad lot and what they have won in England is fantastic". "For me it's a great opportunity".
Willian felt pain during Tuesday's 2-0 win over Argentina at the Mineirão Stadium in Belo Horizonte. He said he was protesting against the refereeing and "corruption" in the Copa America.
Yet both were dismissed by Diaz de Vivar. "It's about details. We knew it would be scrappy and that there would be wind-ups and time wasting".
As Brazil celebrated and posed for photos with their trophy, they were joined by the country's far right President Jair Bolsonaro, a deeply divisive figure who has been accused of making racist, sexist and homophobic comments.
"We don't have to be part of this corruption", Messi told reporters. "Sometimes in defeat, we try to focus on other people. It'll be a very hard final".
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