Argentina rolled to a 3-0 win over Bolivia in Seattle, advancing to the Centennial Copa America tournament's quarterfinals.
Lionel Messi took the field in the second half of Tuesday's match to help Argentina nail down the top spot in Group D and advance from the group phase.
Erik Lamela started the scoring in the 13th minute, when he caught Bolivian goalkeeper Carlos Lampe out of position.
Ezequiel Lavezzi made it 2-0 just two minutes later, nailing a goal that started with a failed header by Gonzalo Higuain.
Victor Cuesta sealed the win for Argentina in minute 32, pushing the score to 3-0 and making a Bolivian comeback impossible.
Argentina will play Venezuela in the quarterfinals on Saturday.
In other Copa America action on Tuesday, Chile beat Panama 4-2 in a match played at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
The win gave Chile a second place finish in Group D and entry into the quarterfinals.
Miguel Camargo scored for Panama at the five-minute mark, giving the Central American team early hope that the quarterfinals were within reach.
Vargas shifted the momentum Chile's way, scoring two goals before the half.
Alexis Sanchez made it 3-1 in the 49th minute, but Panama refused to go away, with Abdiel Arroyo scoring to make it just a one-goal match.
Sanchez then nailed a goal to make it 4-1 and put Chile in the quarters.
Chile will take on Mexico in the quarterfinals on June 18.