Ben McAleer for WhoScored.com:
The culmination of the group stages of the 2015 Copa America eventually saw few surprises, despite both Mexico and Venezuela falling at the first hurdle, and ultimately those expected to progress did so. Heavyweights Uruguay and Colombia navigated their way through Group B and C respectively by the skin of their teeth, with Ecuador’s three points allowing the aforementioned duo to secure their spot in the next round as the two best third-placed teams.
Hosts Chile were one of the stand out sides in the group stages – noted in their WhoScored rating (7.39) – and were one of three teams to come through this stage unbeaten, along with tournament favourites Argentina and underdogs Paraguay. La Roja netted more goals (10) than any other team in the group stages, with their tally representing 25% of the total of 40 goals netted so far. Given their displays, it’s no surprise that 4 of the top 10 rated players of the tournament are Chilean.