Suarez pays tribute to team-mates
Luis Suarez was named Player of the Tournament after helping Uruguay to a 3-0 victory over Paraguay but paid credit to his team-mates for the success.
Suarez scored the opening goal and set up Diego Forlan for the third to round off a hugely impressive tournament as Uruguay cruised to victory.
However, Suarez sought to play down his own role in the success as he played up the group effort.
"We played as a group," Suarez said. "I think when groups are united like this, everyone together and going for the same thing, you can get things done. We have a huge joy to give this title to our people. This is an indescribable feeling.
"The important thing was getting started well. With two goals in the first half, I think it was very difficult for them to come back."
Forlan said afterwards that he was delighted to follow in the footsteps of his father, Pablo Forlan, and grandfather, Juan Carlos Corazo, in winning the tournament.
"My grandfather won it, my father won it and now I have won it," he said. "It is a pride for the family."
He added: "It was a complicated match, we knew it, but the team played well. The goals and the way Uruguay started out helped us. We are happy, for all of Uruguay, for everyone, to celebrate."