After the Chilean anthem is played at Uruguay's game, Pitbull's song interrupts Chile’s hymn the next day.
The Copa America soccer tournament has started with some sour musical notes.
During Sunday's game between Mexico and Uruguay at the University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the Uruguayan players had a "WTF" moment when the Chilean national anthem was played instead of their country's. The confused Uruguayans stood in quiet disbelief as the wrong music for their pre-game moment sounded in the stadium. Some players gamely mouthed some of the words to to their country’s real anthem, called “Orientales, la Patria o la Tumba," as the wrong music continued to play on. (The Uruguayan team later lost to Mexico 3-1.)