Argentina's Marcos Rojo (16) fights for the ball with Uruguay's Diego Rolan during their first round Copa America 2015 soccer match at Estadio La Portada in La Serena, Chile, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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Facing a Colombia side who like to attack will force Argentina to play their best football in the Copa America quarterfinals, left-back Marcos Rojo said.Rojo believes the Argentine team is packed with talent and capable of ending the country's 22-year wait for a major trophy after back-to-back Copa America wins in 1991 and 1993 .Argentina were close to glory last year but lost the World Cup final to Germany 1-0 after extra time in Rio de Janeiro and Rojo said the experience fortified the team.Rojo, who is from La Plata, began his career at local side Estudiantes and helped them win the club's fourth South American Libertadores Cup in 2009 .
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