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    Brazil - Chile 1:1 a.e.t. (1:1,1:1) 3:2 PSO

    Date Venue / Stadium Time Attendance
    28 June 2014 Belo Horizonte /Estadio Mineirao 13:00 57714
    Match Officials

    FIFA General Coordinator
    DE LUISA Yon (MEX)
    Fifth Official
    BORSCH Mark (GER)
    Referee
    WEBB Howard (ENG)
    Assistant Referee 1
    MULLARKEY Michael (ENG)
    Assistant Referee 2
    CANN Darren (ENG)
    Fourth Official
    BRYCH Felix (GER)
    Match Commissioner
    SIEBER Walter (CAN)

    Total Goals scored

    DAVID LUIZ (BRA) 18' , Alexis SANCHEZ (CHI) 32'


    Brazil

    Chile
    12
    JULIO CESAR (GK)
    1
    C. BRAVO (GK)(C)
    2
    DANI ALVES
    2
    MENA
    3
    T SILVA (C)
    4
    ISLA
    4
    DAVID LUIZ
    5
    SILVA
    5
    FERNANDINHO (-72')
    7
    ALEXIS
    6
    MARCELO
    8
    VIDAL (-87')
    7
    HULK
    11
    VARGAS (-57')
    9
    FRED (-64')
    17
    MEDEL (-108')
    10
    NEYMAR JR
    18
    JARA
    11
    OSCAR (-106')
    20
    CH. ARÁNGUIZ
    17
    L GUSTAVO
    21
    DIAZ
    Substitutes Substitutes
    1
    JEFFERSON (GK)
    12
    TOSELLI (GK)
    22
    VICTOR (GK)
    23
    HERRERA (GK)
    8
    PAULINHO
    3
    ALBORNOZ
    13
    DANTE
    6
    CARMONA
    14
    MAXWELL
    9
    PINILLA (+87')
    15
    HENRIQUE
    10
    VALDIVIA
    16
    RAMIRES (+72')
    13
    ROJAS (+108')
    18
    HERNANES
    14
    ORELLANA
    19
    WILLIAN (+106')
    15
    BEAUSEJOUR
    20
    BERNARD
    16
    GUTIÉRREZ (+57')
    21
    JÔ (+64')
    19
    FUENZALIDA
    23
    MAICON
    22
    PAREDES
    Coach Coach
    SCOLARI Luiz Felipe (BRA) SAMPAOLI Jorge (ARG)

    Cautions

    Eugenio MENA (CHI) 17' , Francisco SILVA (CHI) 40' , HULK (BRA) 55' , LUIZ GUSTAVO (BRA) 60' , JO (BRA) 93' , Mauricio PINILLA (CHI) 102' , Dani ALVES (BRA) 106'

    Penalty Shoot-out

    4
    DAVID LUIZ Goal
    9
    PINILLA Goal
    19
    WILLIAN Missed
    7
    ALEXIS Goal
    6
    MARCELO Goal
    20
    CH. ARÁNGUIZ Goal
    7
    HULK Goal
    21
    DIAZ Goal
    10
    NEYMAR JR Goal
    18
    JARA Goal


    a.e.t.: After extra time (C): Captain PSO: Penalty Shoot-out
    GK: Goalkeeper N: Not eligible to play I: Injured
    Y: Misses next match if booked Pos: Positions A: Absent

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    Brazil through as Chile pay the penalty

    Hosts Brazil have squeezed through to the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup™ on penalties after a tense, thrilling 1-1 draw with Chile at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte. Gonzalo Jara hit the post with the decisive kick, while Julio Cesar saved two, to give Brazil a 3-2 win in the shootout and send the valiant Chileans home. Chile had only made it this far at the World Cup on three previous occasions and, having been beaten by Brazil on each of those, knew that the odds and omens were heavily stacked against them. The early stages of the match suggested that this one, too, would closely follow that historical pattern, with Marcelo snatching on an early half-cleared corner to curl in a powerful left-foot shot that flashed just wide of the left-hand post.

    It was a signal of intent from the hosts and, after seeing penalty appeals turned down at both ends, the Mineirao crowd were able to cheer a Seleção opener after 18 minutes. Neymar was its architect, curling in an inswinging corner from the left that was bundled home from close range by David Luiz - with a little help from Jara - after Thiago Silva had won the initial near-post header. Brazil were in the ascendancy and, with the fans buoyant, Neymar almost doubled their lead on 26 minutes, outpacing Gary Medel on a surge into the box only to drag his left-foot shot wide of the far post. All that positive work was soon to be undone, though, with Chile levelling six minutes later due to a moment of defensive slackness.

    Hulk and Marcelo were the guilty parties, with their poorly executed throw-in routine near the byline allowing Eduardo Vargas to steal in and square for Alexis Sanchez. Unmarked and scarcely able to believe his luck, the Barcelona winger had time and space to pick his spot and duly measured a low-right foot shot into the far corner of the net from 12 yards. Moments of hesitancy at the back continued to plague Luiz Felipe Scolari's side, but they remained the game's most positive attacking force and came close to re-establishing their lead on three more occasions prior to the break. First, after good play down the right by Dani Alves and Oscar, Neymar saw his goal-bound header deflected wide, then Fred shot over from close range and a 30-yard Alves effort forced a fine tip-over from Claudio Bravo.

    The Seleção fans continued to roar their heroes forward, but while they were cheering again nine minutes into the second half, Hulk's effort was ruled out for use of the arm in the build-up to him scuffing the ball home. At the other end, Brazil were indebted to goalkeeper Cesar for a wonderful reflex save, somehow diverting behind a Charles Aranguiz effort that seemed destined for the back of the net. Chile continued to make life difficult for their hosts and opportunities began to dry up, with Bravo saving well from Neymar and Hulk on the occasions when they did break through. Extra time was therefore called upon to settle the outcome, but after Bravo again denied Hulk and substitute Mauricio Pinilla struck the bar, the stalemate remained.

    That left penalties to decide this enthralling contest, and even that was impossible to predict, with Jara ultimately the fall guy after Luiz, Marcelo and Neymar had all found the net for Brazil.

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    Brazil-Chile: Quotes

    Luiz Felipe Scolari, Brazil coach
    We knew when the draw was made we were going to be in for a tough time. They’re a very organised team with a good tactical system and fine players. Every credit to Chile but this penalty shootout win says a lot about us and about our desire to progress. The players can have a break now and, as they recover, we’ll have a look at how we won, go through all the tricky situations we were in and a whole lot of other details. The idea is to build on this. When you win like this you come out stronger. We’re going to tell them that so they can appreciate what they’ve done.

    Jorge Sampaoli, Chile coach

    I’m not happy. We gave everything we had and we were up against a whole stadium, against the hosts and we didn’t go through. Our players made history and they did their country proud. We had possession of the ball, we put in a lot of effort, we took more risks and we fought till the end. If that shot hadn’t hit the bar, then everything might have been different. But it wasn’t. I hope that the pain that we’re feeling right now becomes something else in the future. With time we’ll look at it differently and we’ll come to appreciate what this team has done.

    Julio Cesar, Brazil goalkeeper and Budweiser Man of the Match

    We had a good first half and created a lot of chances. After the equaliser Chile came into the game and made life hard for us. All we can do is thank the fans and our team-mates for keeping the faith. There’s huge pressure in representing our country, and it was tough on a psychological and emotional level. I got very emotional four years ago, and today I was crying again, but this time out of happiness. Not many people know what I’ve been through, but I knew my international career wasn’t over. We’ve got three more steps to go now and I want to see Brazil celebrating. That’s my big dream.

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