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Copa America 2021: Here are all the numbers and stats you need to know

The 2021 Copa America gets underway from Friday in Brazil. The host is the nine-time defending champion, as it looks to win its record ten and maintain its clean sheet as host. Meanwhile, it is worth looking at all the numbers and stats to date from the competition.

Copa America 2021: Here are all the numbers and stats you need to know-ayh
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Brazil, First Published Jun 9, 2021, 1:26 PM IST
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The Copa America 2021 is all set to played form Friday in Brazil, while it would be the 47th edition of the oldest continental competition. Brazil happens to be the nine-time defending champion and would look to maintain its clean sheet as the host, having won it so far on all five occasions. Meanwhile, we present all the essential numbers and stats produced in the tournament to date.

Teams
Most championships:
Uruguay (15)
Most appearances: Uruguay (44)
Most finals: Argentina (28)
Most matches: Uruguay (200)
Most wins: Argentina (120)
Most goals: Argentina (455)
Least conceded: Jamaica (0)
Highest goal-scoring average per game: Argentina (2.41)
Least goal-conceding average per game: Honduras (0.83)
Most top-two finish: Argentina (29)
Most top-four finish: Uruguay (35)
Most goals in a tournament: Brazil (28)
Least goals conceded in a tournament: Colombia (0)
Most successive titles: Argentina (3)
Most successive finals: Argentina (7)
Biggest win: Argentina beat Ecuador 12-0 in 1942
Most penalty shoot-outs win: Brazil (5)
Most penalty shoot-outs: Brazil (9)

Individuals
Most games as coach:
Guillermo Stábile- 44 games for Argentina
Most goals: Norberto Méndez (Argentina) and Zizinho (Brazil)- 17
Most goals in a tournament: Jair, Maschio (Brazil) and Javier Ambrois (Uruguay)- 9
Most goals in a game: Scarone, Marvezzi & Evaristo (5)
Fastest goal: Kily González (Argentina) vs Uruguay in 1999- 68 seconds
Fastest hat-trick: José Manuel Moreno (Argentina) in 1942- 10 minutes
Fastest hat-trick as a substitute: Lionel Messi (Argentina) in 2016- 19 minutes
Most matches: Sergio Livingstone (Chile)- 34
Most championships: Ángel Romano (Argentina)- 6

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