Lionel Messi celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal on a free kick against the United States during a 4-0 win in a Copa America semifinal in Houston. Here are some of the other images that caught our eye on Tuesday, June 21.
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Lionel Messi delivers his free kick against the U.S.
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Brad Guzan, goalkeeper pf United States, fails to stop the ball from going in at the top right corner on a free kick by Lionel Messi.
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Francisco Pena of the Baltimore Orioles scores on a double hit by Adam Jones (not pictured) against the San Diego Padres.
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Travis Shaw of the Boston Red Sox reacts after fouling a pitch off of his foot against the Chicago White Sox.
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Luke Walton speaks to the press as he is introduced as the new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers.
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A fan who ran on the field in Houston interacts with Lionel Messi prior to the start of the second half of a 2016 Copa America semifinal.
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A fan rejoices after getting Lionel Messi's autograph at the Copa America Centenario match in Houston.
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A fan is tackled by security at the Copa America Centenario semifinal match between Argentina and the United States at NRG Stadium in Houston.
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Ezequiel Lavezzi of Argentina flips over the boards while controlling the ball during the semifinal match between United States and Argentina.
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Ezequiel Lavezzi of Argentina heads for a hard landing after flipping over the boards.
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Ezequiel Lavezzi is carted off the pitch.
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Marwin Gonzalez of the Houston Astros signals himself safe after hitting a double, beating the tag of Johnny Giavotella of the Angels.
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Russia's Anastasia Pivovarova and her ponytail in action during a Wimbledon qualifying session.
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Jean Segura of the Arizona Diamondbacks catches a soft pop fly as he nearly collides with Nick Ahmed.
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Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim watches his triple against the Houston Astros.
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Glory Johnson (25) of the Dallas Wings goes to the basket against Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury.
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A tear runs down the face of Florida's Kirby Snead as he embraces teammate Peter Alonso following a 3-2, tournament-ending loss to Texas Tech at theCollege World Series.
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Coastal Carolina's Matt Beaird puts down a sacrifice bunt during a 6-1 loss to TCU at the College World Series.
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TCU left fielder Josh Watson, left, and center fielder Dane Steinhagen celebrate after a 6-1 win over Coastal Carolina at the College World Series.
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A fans runs out onto the field during the game between the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field in New York.
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Bartolo Colon is removed from the game after getting injured in the first inning against the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field.
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Jake Marisnick of the Houston Astros is tagged out by Andrelton Simmons of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim while attempting to steal second.
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Sam Querrey of the U.S. comes to the net during his match against countryman Emesto Escobedo during day two of the ATP Aegon Open in Nottingham, England.
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A United States fan looks on prior to the 2016 Copa America Centenario semifinal against Argentina.
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Argentina fans pose prior to the Copa America Centenario semifinal against the United States.
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A fan of Argentina acts as Pope Francis before the semifinal match between Argentina and U.S. at NRG Stadium in Houston.
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On June 22, 1986, Argentina’s Diego Maradona scored a goal against England by using his hand illegally in the FIFA World Cup Quarterfinal. He later claimed the goal was scored by “The Hand of God.”
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