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% Ball Possession BRAZIL and % Ball Possession CHILE
Brazil passing to the World Cup Quarterfinals in penalty shoot outs after defeating Chile. Brazil – Chile a mixed of Italian Serie A players called up in this game.
First yellow card of the match in the 17th minute to Chile midfielder Eugenio Mena for a handball.
Brazil opening the score in the 18th minute following a corner. It is defender David Luiz to smack the net defeating Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo in the far post. The assist by Neymar. Originally, it looks like an own goal by Chile defender Gonzalo Jara, but FIFA listed the goal as scored by David.
Chile equalizing in the 32nd minute with the goal by Alexis Sanchez with a right footed shot defeating goalkeeper Julio Cesar in the bottom left corner.
In the 40th minute for a yellow card to Chile defender Francisco Silva after a foul on Brazil forward Neymar.
Chile pressing Brazil in the 42nd minute challenging goalkeeper Julio Cesar to save the left footed shot by Charles Aranguiz in the bottom right corner with assist by defender Mauricio Isla.
First half ends 43% ball possession BRAZIL and 57% ball possession CHILE
Referee Howard Webb ruled out a goal to Brazil in the 55th minute after a handball by Hulk and gets a yellow card
Chile making the first substitution in the 57th minute replacing midfielder Eduardo Vargas with midfielder Felipe Gutierrez
In the 60th minute Referee Webb giving a yellow card to Brazil midfielder Luiz Gustavo after a foul on Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal.
Brazil with a substitution in the 64th minute replacing forward Fred with forward Jo.
Chile pressing and in the 64th minute Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar saving the left footed sot by Charles Aranguiz in the bottom right corner. The assist by defender Mauricio Isla, corner for Chile conceded by Julio Cesar.
A forced substitution for Brazil in the 72nd minute for injury. Midfielder Fernandhino cannot continue and is replaced by midfieler Ramires.
In the 82nd minute, frustration rising as Brazil struggling to win the game seeing Neymar headed shot saved in the center!!
Serie A time! In the 87th minute, Chile replacing (Juventus) midfielder Arturo Vidal with (Cagliari) forward Mauricio Pinilla.
We are going to extra time while Brazil fans raising their chants in the stadium with a loud roar to support the squad.
In the 92nd minute, desperation now a key factor. Brazil struggling and Neymar seeming to be battling alone but his right footed shot is blocked.
First extra time over, we are going to the second extra time….. what a disappointment. Brazil suffering while Chile gaining momentum unafraid of the so-called favorites.
In the 105th minute, Brazil replacing midfielder Oscar with midfielder Willian
Chile with the last substitution in the 107th minute for injury. Defender Gary Medel replaced by defender Jose Rojas.
What a chance!!! Mamma mia, hello,hello, hello, Mauricio Pinilla hitting the bar in the 120th minute!!!
We are going to penalties…..
Brazil defender David Luiz converts with a right footed shot defeating goalkeeper Bravo in the bottom let corner.
Chile. Mauricio Pinilla failed to convert his right footed shot penalty saved by goalkeeper Julio Cesar in the center.
Brazil. Midfielder William missed his penalty to the side….
Chile.. Midfielder Alexis Sanchez failing to convert the penalty as goalkeeper Julio Cesar saves!
Brazil. Marcelo converts a penalty
Chile. Midfielder Charles Aranguiz converts with a right footed shot not even giving goalkeeper Julio Cesar to move…
Brazil. Hulk with a left footed shot failed to convert as goalkeeper Bravo saves!
Chile. Marcelo Diaz converts the penalty with a right footed shot in the center while goalkeeper Julio Cesar moved to the left.
Brazil. Neymar running, pausing, and now converting a penalty with a right footed shot.
Chile. Defender Gonzalo Jara failed to convert the penalty missing the target!
Here are the official lineups for the World Cup Round of 16 game, Brazil vs Chile on Saturday 28 June 2014.
Brazil (4-2-3-1): Júlio César; Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo; Luiz Gustavo, Fernandinho; Hulk, Neymar, Oscar; Fred.
Coach.: Felipe Scolari.
Chile (4-3-1-2): Bravo; Isla, Medel, Jara, Mena; Aránguiz, Díaz, Silva; Vidal; Sánchez, Vargas.
Coach.: Jorge Sampaoli.
7 Italian Serie A players called up in the game Brazil vs Chile
Brazil: 3 Italian Serie A Players with Brazil National Football Team by Head Coach Luis Felipe Scolari:
- AS Roma Defender Maicon,
- Napoli defender Henrique,
- Inter Milan midfielder Hernanes
Chile: 4 Italian Serie A Players with Chile National Team by Head Coach Jorge Sampaoli:
- Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal
- Juventus midfielder Mauricio Isla,
- Atalanta midfielder Carlos Carmona,
- Cagliari forward Mauricio Pinilla.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal playing for Chil
Brazil 1 – 1 Chile
Saturday 28 June 2014
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
13:00 Local Time
Referee: Howard WEBB
Assistant Referee 1: Michael MULLARKEY (ENG)
Assistant Referee 2: Darren CANN (ENG)
Fourth official: Felix BRYCH (GER)
Goals: 18′ David Luiz (B.) 32′ Alexis Sanchez (C)