Mexico and Bolivia both hindered their chances of making it out of Group A, playing out an insipid goalless draw in the Copa America.
The result leaves Chile clear at the top of the group standings after one round of fixtures, with neither Mexico nor Bolivia taking the initiative in their efforts to mount a quarter-final challenge at the Estadio Sausolito.
Both sides struggled to make any real impression on the match, although Mexico became more of a threatening proposition in the final third following the second half introduction of Atletico Madrid striker Raul Jimenez.
Although Jimenez passed up the best chance of the match, glancing a header from a Jesus Corona cross to the near post across goal when he really should have found the net with his effort.
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