Brazil Vs Chile, Round of 16 - Live Score



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Brazil vs Chile, Second Round, FIFA World Cup 2014

Brazil: The Selecao have been through thick and thin ever since Brazil was confirmed as the nation to host the World Cup 2014. Being led by Brazil’s poster boy – Neymar in attack, they’ve never been in better shape as the Barcelona forward has racked up four goals so far.

Chile:  Clearly riding the crest of a wave at the moment, Chile have proved that they can play just like Luiz Felipe Scolari’s men when it comes to attack. Chile humiliated World Cup defending champions Spain and are out to do more damage with the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal.

Form in FIFA World Cup 2014 so far

Brazil: 2 Wins and 1 Draw (WDW)

Chile: 2 Wins and 1 Loss (WWL)


Total Matches Played: 68

Brazil 48 Wins, 13 Draws, Chile 7 Wins


(235 Mins)

Brazil 3-2 Chile - Its all over! Brazil win! Gonzalo Jara fires high and to the right, it hits the post and bounces away.

(235 Mins)

Brazil 3-2 Chile - Neymar pauses in his run-up before sending Bravo the wrong way. Nerves of steel.

(234 Mins)

Brazil 2-2 Chile - Diaz sends the ball down the middle. Its basically sudden death now.

(233 Mins)

Brazil 2-1 Chile - Hulks penalty is saved by Bravo. Chile could get back in this!

(232 Mins)

Brazil 2-1 Chile - Aranguiz hits the top corner. Fantastic penalty.

(231 Mins)

Brazil 2-0 Chile - Marcelo sends his shot to the left, which creeps over the line despite Bravo getting a hand to it.

(230 Mins)

Brazil 1-0 Chile - Huge drama. Alexis Sanchez has the chance to level things up, but Julio Cesar reacts well to save low at his left post.

(229 Mins)

Brazil 1-0 Chile - Unbelievable! Willian steps up but send the ball wide of the post. Terrible penalty.

(229 Mins)

Brazil 1-0 Chile - Mauricio Pinilla send the ball down the middle, but Julio Cesar holds his ground and parries it away. Advantage Brazil.

(228 Mins)

Brazil 1-0 Chile - David Luiz sends Claudio Bravo the wrong way. Good start for Brazil.

(226 Mins)

The players are looking to the skies for divine intervention. The penalty shoot-out is about to begin.

(224 Mins)

Both teams are gathered together, presumably to decide who will step up to take the spot-kicks.

(222 Mins)

Brazils recent shoot-out history isnt good: all four of their penalty takers failed to score in a 2-0 defeat after extra-time against Paraguay in 2011.

(220 Mins)

We are going to penalties. Brazil can count themselves lucky to be here after Pinilla last-gasp shot against the bar. Incredible drama in Belo Horizonte.

(219 Mins)

FULL-TIME IN EXTRA-TIME - Brazil 1-1 Chile

(219 Mins)

Brazil sprint up the other end of the pitch. Ramires hits a hopeful shot, but it flies wide. Were nearly out of time...

(218 Mins)

Two minutes added on.

(217 Mins)

My word! Mauricio Pinilla receives the ball on the edge of the, but his shot slams into the crossbar! Unbelievable. Chile inches from winning it.

(215 Mins)

This is incredibly tense now. Its all Brazil, but they cant seem to get the ball to fall kindly for them in the final third.

(214 Mins)

Brazil have had a total of 21 shots so far, while Chile have managed only 12. Brazil could soon be made to pay for not converting more of their chances...

(212 Mins)

The crowd is on tenterhooks. The noise from earlier has been replaced with an anxious silence in Belo Horizonte. Chile appear to have given up on attacking, and are sitting back in their own half.

(212 Mins)

Five minutes to play. Can someone find a winner?

(210 Mins)

Both teams have adopted the same tactics: kick it long up the pitch and hope someone can get on the end of it. Chile break forward in such fashion, but the move ends with a shot blazed over the bar. Not even close.

(208 Mins)

Gary Medel looked distraught when he was carried off the pitch. Could that be his last contribution to the competition?

(207 Mins)

This isnt a football match any more: its more a competition of who can stay on their feet the longest. Chile have two players down on the ground, and play pauses again. Both sides have used all of their remaining substitutions.

(205 Mins)

Gary Medel, who has had a fantastic game for Chile in the heart of their back three, is down with an injury. The defender cant continue, so Jorge Sampaoli replaces him with Jose Rojas.

(204 Mins)

Close for Brazil. Neymar whips in a corner and Jo heads over the bar. That wasnt far away at all.

(203 Mins)

Brazil made a change during the break, bringing on Willian for Oscar.

(202 Mins)

Fifteen minutes to go. Hold onto your hats.

(201 Mins)

Theres just time for the teams to gather together whilst some players receive treatment from the physios.

(200 Mins)

Brazil, apparently, have registered the lowest passing accuracy in 48 years since the World Cup in 1966. Crikey.

(199 Mins)

Sanchez sends the resulting free-kick wide. Thats half-time.

(198 Mins)

Dani Alves, rather harshly, is in the book for a late tackle. He didnt appear to know too much about that challenge.

(197 Mins)

We will have one minute of added time in the first period of extra-time.

(195 Mins)

Hulk, unlike everyone else, is still full of running. He beats a couple of defenders with yet more stepovers, and his shot from outside the box needs beating away by Claudio Bravo. Excellent play.

(194 Mins)

Substitute Mauricio Pinilla earns a yellow card for a late tackle. No complaints from the Chilean.

(192 Mins)

Neymar has been largely anonymous since the end of the first half. He looks to be struggling with the added period of play, although admittedly no more so than his teammates. Five minutes until half-time in extra-time.

(191 Mins)

The intensity has dropped off remarkably since the beginning of the game. Neither team looks capable of getting their flowing game together at the moment, hence the lack of opportunities in the opening few minutes.

(188 Mins)

Its not been a great start to the first half of extra-time. Another player hits the deck: this time its Francisco Silva after the Chilean was clipped by Neymar. Free-kick Chile.

(186 Mins)

Jo chases a long ball, but Claudio Bravo beats him to the ball and the Brazilian catches the keeper with his raised leg as the pair come together. There didnt appear to be any intent from the striker, but he still gets a yellow card.

(184 Mins)

Several players on both sides were shattered after the end of the 90 minutes. Before play recommenced, Julio Cesar did a lap of his half, encouraging the Brazil fans to make more noise than their rivals. They need to find some energy from somewhere.

(183 Mins)

Here we go again.

(181 Mins)

No one wants to contemplate what the mood of the host nation will be if Brazil lose in the next 30 minutes. Thats how long they have to appease their fans, or else its spot-kicks.

(177 Mins)

Its been a thoroughly entertaining game so far, albeit with a slightly diminished tempo in the second half compared with the first. Were about to get another half an hour of it in Belo Horizonte. Play will resume in just a few moments.

(176 Mins)

All the talk is about Hulk as the sides prepare for the next 30 minutes. The referee arguably denied him a penalty in the first-half before ruling out his goal in the second. Controversial.

(174 Mins)

Thats it, the 90 minutes are up. Were going into extra-time.

(174 Mins)

FULL-TIME - Brazil 1-1 Chile

(173 Mins)

The corner comes in, but Dani Alves flicks the ball on for a throw-in on the opposite side of the pitch. Sixty seconds remaining.

(172 Mins)

Chiles coach Jorge Sampaoli is prowling the touchline. His side could find a winner here: they have a corner.

(171 Mins)

There will be three minutes of added time.

(170 Mins)

Both sides are beginning to tire, and were seeing a few more desperate tackles across the field. It looks like well be heading for extra-time.

(168 Mins)

Arturo Vidals game has come to an end. He is replaced by Mauricio Pinilla. Vidal appears to be hobbling slightly: the playmaker had knee surgery only last month. That hasnt stopped him having a great game today, though.

(166 Mins)

Luiz Felipe Scolari didnt want to face Chile in this tournament, and theyve shown us why today. He plotted Brazils path to victory in 2002: can he do it again here? Five minutes left.

(164 Mins)

Chance for Hulk! The Brazilian beats three players and sends a a driven shot towards the top corner, but Bravo is able to beat it clear once more. Suddenly, the yellow shirts look like theyve got their confidence back.

(162 Mins)

Half-chance for Brazil. Neymar gets a header on target, but Claudio Bravo is able to get his body behind the shot before smothering the loose ball at the second attempt. Close.

(161 Mins)

There are ten minutes left. Even Chiles slick play in the middle of the park is beginning to fade.

(158 Mins)

The disallowed goal has badly affected Brazil: they havent been able to dominate the game since Hulk was adjudged to have handled the ball instead of putting his side 2-1 up. Can Chile take charge?

(155 Mins)

What a chance! Hulk drives forward before sending over a delicious cross into the path of Jo. The substitute has a clear sight of goal, but can only get a toe on the ball, and it dribbles out of play for a goal-kick.

(153 Mins)

Scolari recognizes that his side are losing the battle in the middle of the pitch, bringing on Ramires in place of Fernandinho.

(150 Mins)

There are just 20 minutes left of normal time. If we dont see a winner before full-time, then we will have an extra half an hour followed by, if required, penalties.

(149 Mins)

Both sides are beginning to get frustrated as several fouls are given without being punished by yellow cards. The game feels like its constantly on the point of boiling over. Tense times.

(146 Mins)

Chance for Chile! Some clever play down the right flank finds its way to Charles Aranguiz, whose shot is blocked by Julio Cesar. A terrific save, which merits a few fist bumps from his teammates.

(145 Mins)

Luiz Felipe Scolari withdras Fred, replacing him with Jo.

(143 Mins)

Hulk, along with everyone in Belo Horizonte, was convinced that hed restored Brazils lead. Both teams look like theyre just trying to recover from drama of that incident. Just over an hour played.

(141 Mins)

Brazil have another man in the book. This time, Luiz Gustavo is shown yellow for a foul on Arturo Vidal. Reckless.

(141 Mins)

Felipe Gutierrez is on for Eduardo Vargas.

(138 Mins)

The replays showing the incident are inconclusive. There does appear to be some contact between the ball and Hulks arm as he brought it down, but it was only very slight. The stadium is in shock.

(135 Mins)

Drama! Hulk races onto a ball over Chiles defence, controlling the ball brilliantly and finishing into the bottom left corner. The Brazilians are in ecstasy and Chiles players turn back for the kick-off, but the referee disallows the goal for handball. Hulk gets a yellow card. Very, very controversial decision.

(132 Mins)

Theres a relentless battle going on in the middle of the pitch. Vidal and Diaz exchange passes in the centre circle, but they cant quite escape the attentions of Fernandinho and Luiz Gustavo. Neither side appears to be dominating in the first few minutes of this half.

(130 Mins)

Close for Brazil. Fernandinho picks up the ball 25 metres out, thumping his shot wide of Claudio Bravos right-hand post. Chile really cant afford to give their opponents so much space outside the box.

(128 Mins)

The game picks up where it left off. Chile have a free-kick, which Julio Cesar is forced to punch clear. Both sides look desperate to get forward when theyre on the ball.

(126 Mins)

Were back underway. Chile have 45 minutes, and extra time if needs be, to find their first ever win against Brazil on Brazilian soil.

(124 Mins)

Brazils players are hovering around in the tunnel, while Chile are gathered together in a huddle while they wait on the pitch. They second half is on its way.

(122 Mins)

The atmosphere in the stands has been as good as the football on the pitch so far. Brazil, understandably, have more fans than their opponents in attendance today, although that hasnt stopped the Chilean supporters from producing an almighty din. Incredible stuff.

(118 Mins)

The 23rd man on the pitch, Howard Webb, has had his fair share of work to do in the first period. The match has been filled with feisty challenges, although the English official has resisted the urge to keep dipping into his pocket. Webb also took charge of the final in 2010, handing out 14 yellows and one red card in the process.

(115 Mins)

Chile, meanwhile, have been more than a match for their opponents in the opening 45 minutes. They might not have created as many chances as Brazil, but theyve controlled the large parts of the game, registering 58% of the possession in the first half.

(112 Mins)

Neymar has arguably been Brazils best player once again, creating a host of chances for himself and his teammates, as well as tormenting the Chilean back line. The host nations poster boy certainly hasnt failed to deliver on footballs biggest stage.

(109 Mins)

Chile cant make anything from the corner, and thats half-time. Its a fantastic spectacle in Belo Horizonte: among the most entertaining halves of this World Cup so far.

(109 Mins)

HALF-TIME - Brazil 1-1 Chile

(107 Mins)

Chile almost score! They break forward and some intricate play in Brazils box presents Charles Aranguiz with a chance in front of goal. Several Brazilian legs dive in to block the shot, and momentarily the ball is lost in the melee. It eventually goes out for a corner. Close.

(105 Mins)

Brazil are pummelling Chiles goal. Bravo is in action again, this time punching a ball clear before seeing a speculative shot out of play. There will be two minutes of time added on.

(103 Mins)

Close! Dani Alves his a swerving shot from miles out, but Claudio Bravo does brilliantly to tip the ball over the bar. Sensational save.

(101 Mins)

Francisco Silva joins Eugenio Mena in the book after a careless foul on Neymar. Both of the Chileans will be suspended for the next round should they beat Brazil today.

(100 Mins)

Chile have not made the quarter-finals of the World Cup since they hosted the tournament in 1962. Theyre on level terms again now and looking dangerous on the ball. Great game.

(98 Mins)

This is frantic stuff. Oscar aims a cross at Neymar, but his header clips the head of his marker and bounces just wide of the post. What a fantastic contest were be treated to here.

(94 Mins)

Unbelievable! Chile grab a goal from nowhere as Brazil are caught sleeping at a throw-in deep in their own half. Eduardo Vargas pinches the ball off Hulk and plays in Alexis Sanchez, who slides the ball past Julio Cesar and into the net. Game on.

(93 Mins)

Brazil 1-1 Chile (Alexis Sanchez)

(91 Mins)

Neymar is down again after being clattered to the ground by Vidal. The Chilean certainly lived up to his nickname of The Warrior, there.

(89 Mins)

Arturo Vidal is playing exceptionally well in the middle for Chile. The playmaker looks to be full of energy having been rested for the game against the Netherlands a few days ago. Still no chances to speak of for the men in red and blue, though.

(86 Mins)

Replays of the goal are casting some doubt over who should be accredited with Brazils opener. Gonzalo Jara appeared to get a foot on the ball at the same time as it hit David Luiz. Hmm.

(84 Mins)

It has taken David Luiz 40 games to score his first goal for his country. Its end to end stuff at the moment, although Chile have failed to create a clear-cut chance so far. Dont expect that to last much longer...

(80 Mins)

Belo Horizonte erupts - Brazil lead! A corner is flicked on and David Luiz is on hand at the back post to poke the ball home. Thats his first international goal and it couldnt have come at a better time. Cue even more noise from the Brazilian fans.

(80 Mins)

Brazil 1-0 Chile (David Luiz)

(79 Mins)

Eugenio Mena is the first man in the book, blocking a pass with his hand. They dont get clearer than that.

(76 Mins)

Hulk goes down in the box, and every single Brazilian in the stadium screams for a penalty. To the dismay of everyone in yellow, the referee shakes his head. There didnt appear to be much contact in the replays on TV. Good decision.

(73 Mins)

Referee Howard Webb has been busy in the first few minutes. The Chilean camp caused an outrage in Brazil after claiming that the Englishman wouldnt be brave enough to avoid giving the hosts favourable decisions in front of a home crowd. No cards as yet.

(72 Mins)

Brazils top scorer looks to be moving normally again. For a few moments, it looked like he had picked up something more serious.

(69 Mins)

Neymar, scorer of four goals in his sides first three games in this competition, has a problem. He goes down clutching his right leg after a heavy challenge. He carries on, but appears to be limping heavily. This could be worrying for Brazil.

(67 Mins)

First real chance of the game. Marcelo has a go from distance, but his shot streaks past Claudio Bravos goal. The keeper never looked worried by that. Goal-kick Chile.

(64 Mins)

The noise in the stadium is beyond belief. If there were doubts about whether or not Brazil had the backing of their nation, the fans in yellow are dispelling them here. Luiz Gustavo gestures to the crowd to keep it up.

(62 Mins)

Brazil in yellow and white, Chile in red and blue. Let the knockout round commence.

(60 Mins)

Both teams bellow out their respective anthems in front of a buzzing crowd in Belo Horizonte. Fantastic atmosphere.

(59 Mins)

That said, Chile are as confident now as they have ever been before. In qualifying from Group B, they outplayed the reigning world champions, losing only to the Netherlands having rested key players. Striker Alexis Sanchez said earlier: "We have respect for them, but I think we are going to beat them. We came to this World Cup to make history. We beat the world champions, and although we had a slip-up against Holland, we are going out to try and win the Cup."

(58 Mins)

If they are going to make it into the next round, Chile are going to have to overcome a terrible record against their opponents. They have only beaten Brazil seven times in 68 attempts, and never on Brazilian soil since their first meeting 95 years ago. Tall order? You bet.

(57 Mins)

Chile Starting XI: Bravo, Mena, Isla, Silva, Sanchez, Vidal, Vargas, Medel, Jara, Aranguiz, Dias.

(57 Mins)

Brazil Starting XI: Julio Cesar, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Fernandinho, Marcelo, Hulk, Fred, Neymar, Oscar, Luiz Gustavo.

(55 Mins)

As if that weren’t enough, Scolari has admitted that his squad is getting increasingly nervous the deeper they progress into the tournament. Brazil is famous for the expectation that it places in its national team: could that pressure work in Chile’s favour this afternoon?

(54 Mins)

When the draw for the finals was made last December, Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari was quoted as saying: “"I hope Chile dont qualify. Id rather play any of the others. Theyre a pain to play against. Theyre well organised and intelligent. Its better to face a European team." The man who guided the host nation to glory in Japan and South Korea in 2002 has not been given his wish.

(51 Mins)

It’s about to get serious. After 48 games and 136 goals, the knockout round of the World Cup is now upon us. With a little over two weeks until the final at the Maracana, so begins a fortnight of determination, passion and above all, survival.

(50 Mins)

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