The match in Salvador marked the third goal less draw in the quarterfinals of Copa America in Brazil. They were each off, but they were so close and initially given, and we've grown used to them being left as goals because they are borderline decisions.
Edinson Cavani, Giorgian de Arrascaeta and Luis Suarez all saw goals ruled out for offside after VAR checks.
Luis Suarez's penalty shoot-out miss proved costly for Uruguay, whose coach Oscar Tabarez has offered no excuses for their defeat to Peru.
Suarez spurned the first penalty of the shootout, his effort bouncing off the chest of Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese, to complete a frustrating evening for Uruguay's all-time top scorer, who also had a goal ruled out for offside.
Uruguay defender Diego Godin was disappointed with his teams finishing, saying after the game "We were just missing a goal, we kept looking for it but it didn't come and if we had scored it would have been a different game".
"We were wasteful in the 90 minutes, you could see that throughout the match and Peru were better in the penalties".
Second night of Democratic debate sets record
It also noted that more than half of viewers who tuned into the first night of the debate came back for the second night. Senator Kamala Harris delivered a stinging attack over his past skepticism of busing to racially integrate schools.
Guardiola: I have 'everything' I want at City
Guardiola , 48, won a total of 21 titles during his coaching spells at Barcelona and Bayern Munich . I won't go back here [to Barcelona] or Germany .
United States strongly condemns auto bombing in Afghanistan
The announcement is likely to be accompanied by a Taliban promise to hold intra-Afghan talks and agree to an eventual cease-fire. The Taliban have refused to halt their violence, believing that they have an upper hand as the United States is eager to leave.
The victors had to ride their luck but stuck to their task with admirable commitment after conceding five in their previous game against Brazil, and have managed to propel themselves into the last four despite only winning one of their four games.
The big clash is obviously of the two South American heavyweights of Brazil and Argentina. However, they have not really excelled so far in the competition. Both the teams have not made considerable changes to the squad from the one to play the World Cup in 2018. The likes of Philippe Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus for Brazil have struggled to make an impact, as has Argentinian superstar Lionel Messi.
And the fact they needed a penalty shoot-out to do so was nothing new, because that is fast becoming the theme of this particular edition of Copa America...
Chile have become Copa America specialists.
"It was a hard game against a very strong opponent".
There is no official coverage of Copa America 2019 in India and other sub-continent nations, despite initially Sony Network agreeing to be the official broadcaster of the football tournament.