Uruguayan FA complain about lack of sanctions handed to Paraguay players ahead of Copa America final

Ugly scenes marred Gerardo Martino's side's semi-final victory over Venezuela, and their opponents on Sunday feel insufficient punishments were handed out by Conmebol
The Uruguayan FA (AUF) have complained over the lack of sanctions handed down to Paraguay players who were involved in the brawl at the end of their Copa America semi-final win over Venezuela.

Ugly scenes marred the victory for Gerardo Martino's side, and Conmebol have confirmed that both nations have been fined $10,000 (€6,960) for their part in the incident.

Despite this, and the fact that the opposing coach will have to watch the game from the stands after receiving a two match ban, Uruguay's governing body have questioned why the players involved were not individually disciplined, according to Ovacion Digital.

The sides meet in the competition finale on Sunday after knocking out holders Brazil and hosts Argentina respectively.