Brazil v Chile, 28 June 2014

Score1-1 :: penalties 3-2 to Brazil
RefereeHoward Webb
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Finals - Round of 16
VenueEstádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Attendance57,714
Kick-off 1.00pm local (5.00pm BST) Brazil won 3-2 on penalties. After extra time - 1-1 at 90 minutes. Man of the Match: Júlio César (Brazil) Assistant referees: Michael Mullarkey (England) Darren Cann (England) Fourth official: Felix Brych (Germany) Fifth official: Mark Borsch (Germany) The two teams had met in 68 previous matches, including three times in the FIFA World Cup knockout stage, all won by Brazil (1962, semi-finals: 4–2; 1998, round of 16: 4–1; 2010, round of 16: 3–0). Brazil opened the scoring when from a corner when David Luiz turned Thiago Silva's flick-on into the net with his thigh. While replays suggested that Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara may have had the last touch, FIFA later confirmed that the goal was scored by Luiz, not Jara. Chile equalised when Hulk lost possession after a throw-in in his own half, Eduardo Vargas stole the ball and passed to Alexis Sánchez to score. In the second half, Hulk's goal was disallowed as Howard Webb adjudged that the player used his arm in bringing down the ball and gave him a yellow card instead. Chances were few after that with Brazil dominating possession with Hulk forcing Claudio Bravo into a decent save, and the match went to extra time. The best chance of extra time came in the last seconds as Mauricio Pinilla's shot hit the crossbar. In the resulting penalty shootout, the score was tied 2–2 after four rounds, with Brazil goalkeeper Júlio César saving from Pinilla and Sánchez, while Willian missed and Hulk's shot was saved by Bravo. In the fifth round, Neymar scored his penalty, meaning Chile had to score, but Jara's shot hit the inside of the post. The result meant that in all four World Cups where Chile qualified for the knockout stage, they were eliminated by Brazil.

1 (3)  Brazil

Manager: Luiz Felipe Scolari

1 (2)  Chile

Manager: Jorge Sampaoli

Goals:

David Luiz 18 G

Goals:

Alexis Sánchez 32 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Júlio César
Defender Dani Alves
Defender Luiz Gustavo
Defender Thiago Silva (captain)
Defender/Midfielder David Luiz
Defender/Midfielder Fernandinho
Defender/Midfielder Marcelo
Midfielder Oscar
Midfielder/Forward Hulk
Forward Fred
Forward Neymar

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo (captain)
Defender Gonzalo Jara
Defender/Midfielder Marcelo Díaz
Defender/Midfielder Mauricio Isla
Defender/Midfielder Gary Medel
Defender/Midfielder Eugenio Mena
Defender/Midfielder Arturo Vidal
Midfielder Charles Aránguiz
Midfielder Francisco Silva
Midfielder/Forward Alexis Sánchez
Forward Eduardo Vargas

Substitutions:

Jo for Fred 64
Ramires for Fernandinho 72
Willian for Oscar 106

Substitutions:

Felipe Gutiérrez for Eduardo Vargas 57
Mauricio Pinilla for Arturo Vidal 87
José Rojas for Gary Medel 108

Cards:

Hulk 55 Y
Luiz Gustavo 60 Y
Jo 93 Y
Dani Alves 105 Y

Cards:

Eugenio Mena 17 Y
Francisco Silva 40 Y
Mauricio Pinilla 102 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Jefferson
Goalkeeper Victor
Defender Dante
Defender Henrique
Defender Maicon
Defender Maxwell
Midfielder Bernard
Midfielder Hernanes
Midfielder Paulinho
Midfielder Ramires
Midfielder Willian
Forward Jo

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Jhonny Herrera
Goalkeeper Cristopher Toselli
Defender Miiko Albornoz
Defender José Rojas
Midfielder Jean Beausejour
Midfielder Carlos Carmona
Midfielder José Fuenzalida
Midfielder Felipe Gutiérrez
Midfielder Esteban Paredes
Midfielder Jorge Valdivia

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Brazil went first) 1. David Luis - [scored] 2. Willian - [missed] 3. Marcello - [scored] 4. Hulk - [saved] 5. Neymar - [scored]

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Chile went second) 1. Mauricio Pinilla - [saved] 2. Alexis Sanchez - [saved] 3. Charles Aranguiz - [scored] 4. Marcelo Diaz - [scored] 5. Gonzalo Jara - [missed] (hit post)