"I am very pleased. This is one of the world's oldest classic party. Historically, it is very difficult for us to beat Argentina. These difficulties can be overcome with a game that demonstrated our team. The more we need it, the more we show our football games. Now let's celebrate this victory, but enough in the locker room, "said Tabarez.
Earlier, Uruguay had also beat his opponent at home to Argentina in Copa America 1987. Through a single goal scored by Antonio Alzamendi, they get rid of the nickname Albiceleste-Argentina semi-final in Buenos Aires.
In the semi-finals of Copa America 2011, Uruguay will return to face Peru, who stopped Colombia in the quarterfinals. Uruguay is the fourth best team in the 2010 World Cup, is pursuing the mission of his first trophy since winning the Copa America in 1995.
"The game would be balanced. We'll see who will win. It would be very difficult. We must seek victory, because it is a compromise for the people we're looking forward to it," he concluded.
Squad Uruguay in Copa America 2011 - Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez announced the 23 players who will strengthen Uruguay in Copa America 2011. Tabarez rely on the majority of old players who took Uruguay to the 2010 World Cup semifinals.
Names like Fernando Muslera goalkeeper, defender Mauricio Victorino, midfielder Walter Gargano, to the striker Luis Suarez, Diego Forlan, and Edinson Cavani remain the backbone of Uruguay.
With the material brought Tabarez, not surprisingly, Uruguay became one of the candidates won the Copa America this year in addition to Argentina and Brazil. Uruguay is in a group with Chile, Mexico and Peru.
Roster (Squad) Uruguay in Copa America 2011 :
* Fernando Muslera (Lazio)
* Andres Silva (Defensor Sporting)
* Juan Castillo (Colo Colo)
* Diego Lugano (Fenerbahce)
* Diego Godin (Atletico Madrid)
* Sebastian Coates (Nacional)
* Mauricio Victorino (Cruzeiro)
* Andres Scotti (Colo Colo)
* Martin Caceres (Sevilla)
* Maximiliano Pereira (Defensor Sporting)
* Alvaro Pereira (Porto)
* Cristian Rodriguez (Porto)
* Egidio Arevalo Rios (Botafogo)
* Sebastian Eguren (Real Sporting)
* Diego Perez (Bologna)
* Walter Gargano (Napoli)
* Alvaro Gonzalez (Lazio)
* Nicolas Lodeiro (Ajax)
* Edinson Cavani (Napoli)
*Diego Forlan (Atletico Madrid)
*Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
*Sebastian Abreu (Botafogo)
*Abel Hernandez (Palermo)