Wednesday, June 18, 2014
 Full TimeESPN/UNIV/UNDP
Spain
0
 
2
Chile
 0-1E. Vargas  20'
 0-2C. Aranguiz  43'
HT: 0-2
Maracana (Attendance: 74,101)
Referee: Mark Geiger
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Spain vs. Chile
Minute Commentary
90' END OF AN ERA
Out within a week of the World Cup starting. It's something no-one would've predicted, but as this match wore on it became inevitable as a fatigued-looking Spain surrendered their title with a whimper. Xabi Alonso had a horror show in the first-half, missing a chance from close range, before gifting possession away - from which Chile broke to score their first through Eduardo Vargas. The second terrible mistake came from Iker Casillas, punching a free-kick he should've caught straight into the path of Aranguiz, who tucked home. The second period saw Alonso replaced but, even though they had more possession, the Spaniards couldn't force a breakthrough - with Diego Costa looking woefully sluggish when presented with a couple of opportunities. Chile were excellent to a man and weathered the storm, mounting several breaks of their own as their opponents tired in the final twenty minutes. This has the definite feel of an end of an era - players like Iniesta and Sergio Busquets looked tired and the fluency we've come to associate with the European champions was lacking. This was a brilliant performance by Chile and they join the Netherlands in going through to the second round; for Spain it's a dead rubber against Australia and - for the first time in many years - a return to the drawing board.
90' FULL-TIME WHISTLE - SPAIN ARE OUT!
Spain are out of the World Cup. Mark Geiger blows for full-time and the Chile bench erupts. They have fully deserved this win and they can join the Netherlands in looking forward to round two with a round of group games still to play.
90' BRAVO FOILS TORRES
David Silva tries to pick out Fernando Torres through the middle but Claudio Bravo - who has been one of several brilliant Chileans - gets there ahead of him. The body language of the Spain players has been one of resignation for a while to be honest.
90' IT'S NOT SPAIN'S NIGHT
Spain are camped in the Chile penalty area and Sergio Ramos almost gets on the end of Santi Cazorla's low cross across the six-yard box, but can't connect properly. It's a corner though and Koke swings it in from the left, the ball breaking to Iniesta who fires well wide. They're going out.
90' SIX MINUTES OF INJURY-TIME
A ridiculous six minutes of injury-time have been announced. A lifeline for Spain? They really don't look like scoring to be honest...
89' RAMOS OFF TARGET
Sergio Ramos attempts an overhead kick from Koke's corner - desperation more than anything from the defender - but it's way off target.
88' CAZORLA FORCES CORNER
The excellent Arturo Vidal comes off for Chile and is replaced by Carlos Carmona. Santi Cazorla takes the free-kick from 25 yards but Claudio Bravo tips it around the post.
87' TORRES NEARLY THROUGH
Chile aren't closing this game out as comfortably as they'd like and they have their hearts in their mouths as Fernando Torres is almost played in; Francisco Silva nudges the forward though and he tumbles to the ground.
84' INIESTA TESTS BRAVO
Andres Iniesta tries to create some magic by firing in a curled shot from outside the area - but it's saved by Claudio Bravo. Jorge Valdivia has come on for Eduardo Vargas on the Chilean side.
81' CAZORLA FIRES WIDE
Santi Cazorla has a shot from the edge of the box but it's deflected wide for a corner. It's taken short by Iniesta and Chile can only clear for another corner. From the second ball in on the same side though Claudio Bravo rises to gather.
78' CHILE FANS CELEBRATING
The Chile fans are chanting "ole" after each pass but they're a little overzealous as their side promptly lose the ball and Spain fly up the other end of the field. Their passing lets them down though and Chile manage to get back and break it up.
76' SPAIN SUBSTITUTION
Santi Cazorla has come on for Pedro for Spain. They're back on the attack but Chile manage to deal with it.
74' SANCHEZ PENALTY SHOUT
Regulars at Stamford Bridge last season will be unsurprised to learn that Fernando Torres has achieved absolutely nothing since coming on. Chile have ridden the storm make no mistake. Vargas receives some studs down his thigh courtesy of Ramos - the Chile fans aren't happy but nothing's given. Nothing's given moments later when Sanchez goes down in the box after receiving the ball in the area.
71' SPANISH DEFENCE OPENING UP
Another Chile breakthrough - Spain are pushing so far forward there are huge gaps behind now - and Sanchez dashes down the right past Javi Martinez. He's got options in the area but he can't find them, his cross too high for Gutierrez to get any real purchase on.
68' CHILE NEARLY WRAP IT UP
Chile with a great chance to put this game to bed! It's another breakaway down the left and Mena is through in the area. His shot is across goal but Isla pops up at the near post, only to skew the ball over the bar with the net gaping.
65' SANCHEZ CHANCE
Alexis Sanchez is played through the middle but shoots early having been closed down quickly. He slips as he shoots and gets to his feet hobbling - Chile could do without another injury.
64' CHANGES ON BOTH SIDES
A couple of substitutions to tell you about. Fernando Torres has come on for Diego Costa, who has looked sluggish tonight. For Chile, Felipe Gutierrez comes on for the injured Aranguiz.
63' CHILE BREAK
Chile are living off scraps again but they almost fill themselves up on this one as they attack down the left and Vargas manages to skip between challenges before squaring it to Sanchez. He's got a runner on the outside of him but instead puts the ball into the centre and Spain clear. Spain then break but Diego Costa is picked off at ease by the Chile defence.
61' SANCHEZ UNDER THE COSH
Alexis Sanchez gets lucky as he wins a free-kick despite heading backwards towards his own goal under pressure from two Spain players. Chile have had to defend hard for the past few minutes and you wonder whether it'll take it's toll on them in the later stages.
58' ARANGUIZ GOES DOWN
Charles Aranguiz has been excellent tonight so it's worrying for Chile when he goes down with what looks to be an ankle injury. The orange stretcher's on and he's taken off - it isn't looking good but then up he pops on the halfway line to limp back onto the field. He's made off tough stuff but he's surely not long for this game.
54' END TO END
Chile break up the other end with Alexis Sanchez dancing down the left, however the ball's eventually lost and Spain breathe a sigh of relief as they manage to come away with it.
53' BUSQUETS MISSES SITTER!
From Bravo's punch away the ball comes back in and Diego Costa's acrobatic overhead kick across goal should lead to a tap-in for Sergio Busquets at the near post - but he can only find air with his shot! The ball unbelievably drifts out.
53' OPPORTUNITY FOR SPAIN
Spain have had plenty of the ball in the opening minutes of this half - there are signs of an attempted fightback. Pedro goes down under a Vidal challenge on the edge of the area and it's a free-kick level with Chile's right-hand post. Sergio Ramos curls it round the wall but straight at Bravo.
49' JORDI ALBA FIRES WIDE
The Costa shot took a slight deflection so Spain do have a corner. However, from Koke's ball in, Jordi Alba puts the follow-up from the Chilean clearance well wide.
49' COSTA WASTES ANOTHER GOLDEN CHANCE
Some right tussles going on for the ball in midfield, with Spain coming out on top of the latest couple of skirmishes. The pressure almost pays off too as Diego Costa is played in brilliant by Iniesta, but the forward can't get it out from under his feet and spoons it wide from close range - a great chance gone begging.
47' SPAIN STRAIGHT ON THE ATTACK
Spain get on the attack quickly as Koke wins the ball in the Chile half. It's played through for Pedro but he's forced wide and eventually the move breaks down - the ball unceremoniously booted clear.
46' SECOND PERIOD RESUMES
We are back for the second-half and you'll all be unsurprised to know that Xabi Alonso has not returned. Atletico Madrid man Koke has come on for the Spanish. They play from right to left this half, Chile have kicked-off and play from left to right.
45' HALF-TIME SUMMARY
There was certainly a chance that Spain might lose tonight - but few could have predicted how easily they're going down to a Chile side who simply seem to want the game more than the reigning World Cup holders. Chile could've scored in the first minute as a defensive interception in the area by Spain trickled past their own post; and the nerves didn't improve much - particularly Xabi Alonso's, who has had a terrible game. Spain were just getting a foothold in the match - with Bravo making a great save from the midfielder - when they were hit with a sucker-punch after the same player gave the ball away and the South Americans swept upfield, Vargas tucking it home. Chile's second goal came shortly before half-time as Iker Casillas made a terrible mistake - parrying a Sanchez free-kick he should've gathered, allowing Arranguiz to pounce from close range. Spain have had more possession but haven't done a lot with it - Chile have looked exciting whenever they've come forward.
45' HALF-TIME WHISTLE BLOWN
Mark Geiger blows for half-time and the champions look to be going out. Chile are winning this one 2-0.
45' ALONSO WASTES FREE-KICK
Free-kick for Spain on the left of the field level with the area. Xabi Alonso whips it in but Claudio Bravo again does well to gather high under the pressure. I really don't think we're going to see Alonso in the second period.
45' SPAIN GOING FROM BAD TO WORSE
Spain are in disarray as we're told there are two minutes of injury-time. They give the ball away in midfield and Chile come pouring forward again only for the final ball to go awry. The holders look totally flustered here.
43' GOOOAAALLL!!!
A hammer blow by Chile just before half-time! Xabi Alonso gives away a foul outside the area on the right; Sanchez takes the free-kick and fires at goal - Casillas should hold onto it but he bafflingly punches the ball away into the path of the onrushing Aranguiz who sweeps it home from close range. Another terrible mistake this World Cup from the veteran keeper - this one could end their cup hopes.
40' XABI ALONSO BOOKED
Here's a booking and it's for a very frustrated-looking Xabi Alonso, who lunges in on Mauricio Isla after failing to control the ball. The free-kick's 35 yards out on the right but Sergio Ramos gets his head to it to clear.
39' BRAVO STANDS TALL
Claudio Bravo does well to rise high under the pressure of Diego Costa and David Silva to claim a left-sided cross from Xabi Alonso.
37' CHILE LIVING OFF SCRAPS
Sergio Ramos gives the ball away in the midfield and Chile look to attack at pace but Alexis Sanchez runs out of room as he seeks to play the ball wide. They've been the sort of scraps Chile have had to feed off for the last ten minutes or so now - but they're doing their best to make the most of them.
34' PACE OF THE GAME SLOWING
There've been ten fouls in this match so far but only one booking - that should probably change soon as play is becoming a little disrupted. The referee tonight is Mark Geiger - an American referee who used to work as a maths teacher no less!
31' ANOTHER WASTEFUL FREE-KICK
Free-kick for Spain 30 yards out to the right of goal but once again it's a poor delivery - this time from David Silva.
29' CAN CHILE KEEP TEMPO UP?
Spanish tiki-taka comes to nothing as Iniesta is dispossessed in the box by a well-timed Diaz challenge. Chile have been rushing around the pitch at phenomenal speed in both attack and defence - the big question will be whether they can keep it up.
27' COSTA CLOSE TO EQUALISER
The game has descended into a passage of niggly fouls as Spain struggle to break down Chile; however they suddenly find space on the left and the ball's played into Diego Costa in the area, who hits a first-time left-footed shot wide of the post. He was under pressure from Jara but should've done better there - I'm still not convinced over the striker's fitness.
24' ALONSO FIRES OVER
Spain come back looking for a quick equaliser - but from Iniesta's cross from wide, Alonso receives a poke back from Diego Costa but fires a volley wildly over the bar from outside the area.
22' DREADFUL START BY ALONSO
Two poor set-pieces, a shot he should've put away and now the pass that was intercepted for the Chile goal. Xabi Alonso's having a time of it out there.
20' GOOOAAALLL!!!
The reigning champions are in trouble now! Xabi Alonso plays a weak pass back into his own half that's easily intercepted by the Chilean midfield. They counter quickly out right through Aranguiz and it's Eduardo Vargas in the area who manages to evade a desperate Spanish challenge to fire beyond Iker Casillas.
18' CHILE STRUGGLING WITH PRESSING GAME
Chile are starting to struggle as Spain up their pressing game and there are several passes now starting to go awry. Any Spain attack so far has come from lost possession on the part of the South Americans.
15' SPAIN ON THE FRONT FOOT
Two moments of real danger for Chile as firstly Diego Costa surges through the centre into the penalty area, but screws a right-footed shot across the six-yard box. It doesn't go out though and Claudio Bravo has to make a point-blank save from Xabi Alonso in the area - with the Chilean defence slow to react. The tide's turning a bit after that bright Chile opening.
13' SPAIN TIKI-TAKA IN FORCE
There was talk of Spain abandoning their famous brand of tiki-taka tonight but it's precisely that sort of move that brings up into the final third again, before they win a free-kick in a dangerous spot. Xabi Alonso takes it again but it's a poor ball beyond the head of everyone in the box - disappointing.
8' SPAIN ATTACKING FREE-KICK
Whistles ring out as Spain try to build an attack - and they only intensify as Iniesta goes down under his club mate Sanchez' challenge. Sergio Ramos gets up for the header at the back post from Alonso's free-kick but can't divert it beyond the onrushing Claudio Bravo in the Chile goal.
7' PASSION NOT PRECISION
Chile are starting with plenty of bluster but they need to keep their cool - an astray pass gives David Silva the chance to counter-attack from inside his own half but Diego Costa loses the ball as it's worked up towards him.
5' BOTH TEAMS READY TO ATTACK
Spain's first attack breaks down as David Silva is quickly surrounded by white shirts outside the Chile area. Spain's defensive line is high so far, while Chile are pressing very quickly - I predict goals.
2' EARLY SPAIN NERVES
A nervous start by Spain and Chile almost score early on! Eduardo Vargas receives the ball in the penalty area; Xabi Alonso gets his foot to it but can only divert it off the legs of another Spanish defender narrowly past his own goal! From the corner on the left, Jara can't get his header on target.
1' WE'RE UNDER WAY!
It feels like a home match as we get things under way here. Chileans continued to sing their team's national anthem even after the accompanying music stopped - in a scene similar to that of the opening Brazil match last week. They continue to make a terrific noise; their side are in all-white and are playing from right to left. Spain are in all-red.
0' CHILEAN FANS STORM MARACANA
Spare a thought for us media tonight. Dozens of Chilean fans - apparently without tickets - stormed the Maracana media centre in a desperate effort to get in and watch the game. The incident happened less than an hour before the match and security have been dashing about trying to round them up since.
0' BIG SPANISH CHANGES
So as the teams come onto the field the big news is that both Xavi and Gerard Pique have been dropped by Spain, to be replaced by Pedro and Javi Martinez. "Do or die" is how the Spanish have described this game - it could certainly be the death of a footballing era should they lose tonight.
0' CHILE TEAM
Claudio Bravo, Gary Medel, Francisco Silva, Gonzalo Jara, Mauricio Isla, Charles Aranguiz, Marcelo Diaz, Eugenio Mena, Eduardo Vargas, Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sanchez. SUBSTITUTES: Johnny Herrera, Cristopher Toselli, Miiko Albornoz, Jose Rojas, Jean Beausejour, Carlos Carmona, Jose Fuenzalida, Felipe Gutierrez, Jorge Valdivia, Fabian Orellana, Esteban Paredes, Mauricio Pinilla.
0' SPAIN TEAM
Iker Casillas, Cesar Azpilicueta, Javi Martinez, Sergio Ramos, Jordi Alba, Xabi Alonso, Sergio Busquets, David Silva, Andres Iniesta, Pedro, Diego Costa. SUBSTITUTES: Pepe Reina, Raul Albiol, Juanfran, Gerard Pique, Santi Cazorla, Cesc Fabregas, Koke, Xavi, Fernando Torres, Juan Mata, David Villa.
0' WELCOME TO THE MARACANA!
If someone had predicted that within less than a week of the World Cup starting, holders Spain could be facing elimination already, they'd have been dismissed as getting a bit too much of the Brazilian sun. However, last Friday's 5-1 drubbing at the hands of the Netherlands stunned the football community, ending an 18-game unbeaten record against fellow European sides and raising the real prospect that Vicente del Bosque's ageing squad may well crash out at the first hurdle. This crunch match at the iconic Maracana comes against a Chile side who looked lively in attack against Australia in their first game – and given how the Spanish defended on Friday, we could be in for an extraordinary evening.
0' WHAT DO SPAIN NEED TO DO TO AVOID ELIMINATION?
To avoid elimination tonight, Spain need to avoid defeat. Provided the Netherlands have beaten Australia by the time this has been published, they will have six points in Group B – and a win tonight for Chile would see the South Americans join the Dutch on an unassailable six points. Win and qualification can remain largely in their hands, but a draw would see the Spaniards relying on how Chile and the Netherlands get on in their final group match against each other – alongside their own must-win game against Australia. “Anxiety is a dangerous term but you play with it,” Del Bosque has calmly told the press this week. “It can help you to produce a better performance. I think it's good to have a bit of anxiety but always a bit controlled. It is much worse to not have any concerns, to be blase, saying, ‘we might lose, no problem'.”
0' FAMILIAR FACE TO BE THE THORN IN SPAIN'S SIDE?
There won't be a single Spanish player unfamiliar with Chile's main attacking threat – Barcelona's Alexis Sanchez. The 66-times-capped forward scored one and created another in Chile's opening 3-1 victory over Australia and will have no bones about dumping the likes of club teammates Xavi and Andres Iniesta out of the tournament. The positive for Spain is that Chile looked as vulnerable defensively as they did in their opening match – and better teams than Australia would have punished the space they allowed at the back. There's quality throughout the South American side though – Eduardo Vargas and Arturo Vidal pose the sort of attacking threat that could trouble any team in the competition.
0' EARLY TEAM NEWS
Vicente del Bosque has hinted at sweeping changes following last Friday's dismal defeat – but he could well stick with under-fire goalkeeper Iker Casillas between the posts, despite the veteran being at fault for at least two of the Netherlands' goals. The decision has been made easier with the news that Manchester United keeper David de Gea has a buttocks injury, with Pepe Reina the only other option. Pedro and Javi Martinez may well come into the starting line-up. For Chile, Vidal's hour against Australia was his first action since knee surgery in May and he'll no doubt play a fuller role tonight. On the bookings front, Charles Aranguiz needs to keep his nose clean or else he'll face a ban.
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Spain
(4-2-3-1)
Iker Casillas1
César Azpilicueta22
Javi Martínez4
Sergio Ramos15
Jordi Alba18
41' 46' Xabi Alonso14
Sergio Busquets16
David Silva21
Andrés Iniesta6
76' Pedro11
64' Diego Costa19
Substitutes
Pepe Reina23
Juanfran5
Raúl Albiol2
Gerard Piqué3
76' Santi Cazorla20
46' Koke17
Cesc Fabregas10
Xavi8
64' Fernando Torres9
David Villa7
Juan Mata13
Chile
(3-4-3)
1Claudio Bravo
17Gary Medel
5Francisco Silva
18Gonzalo Jara
4Mauricio Isla
20Charles Aranguiz 64' 43' 
21Marcelo Díaz
2Eugenio Mena 61'
11Eduardo Vargas 85' 20' 
8Arturo Vidal 26' 88'
7Alexis Sánchez
Substitutes
23Johnny Herrera
12Cristopher Toselli
13Jose Rojas
3Miiko Albornoz
6Carlos Carmona 88'
16Felipe Gutiérrez 64'
10Jorge Valdivia 85'
19Jose Fuenzalida
15Jean Beausejour
9Mauricio Pinilla
22Esteban Paredes
14Fabián Orellana
Manager
Vicente Del Bosque 
Manager
Jorge Sampaoli 
Spain
(4-2-3-1)
1Iker Casillas
22César Azpilicueta
4Javi Martínez
15Sergio Ramos
18Jordi Alba
14Xabi Alonso
Yellow Card 41'
Substitution Koke (on) 46'
16Sergio Busquets
21David Silva
6Andrés Iniesta
11 Pedro
Substitution Santi Cazorla (on) 76'
19Diego Costa
Substitution Fernando Torres (on) 64'
Substitutes
23Pepe Reina
5 Juanfran
2Raúl Albiol
3Gerard Piqué
20Santi Cazorla
Substitution Santi Cazorla (on) 76'
17 Koke
Substitution Koke (on) 46'
10Cesc Fàbregas
8 Xavi
9Fernando Torres
Substitution Fernando Torres (on) 64'
7David Villa
13Juan Mata
Manager
Vicente Del Bosque 
Chile
(3-4-3)
1Claudio Bravo
17Gary Medel
5Francisco Silva
18Gonzalo Jara
4Mauricio Isla
20Charles Aránguiz
Substitution Felipe Gutiérrez (on) 64'
Goal 43'
21Marcelo Díaz
2Eugenio Mena
Yellow Card 61'
11Eduardo Vargas
Substitution Jorge Valdivia (on) 85'
Goal 20'
8Arturo Vidal
Yellow Card 26'
Substitution Carlos Carmona (on) 88'
7Alexis Sánchez
Substitutes
23Johnny Herrera
12Cristopher Toselli
13José Manuel Rojas
3Miiko Albornoz
6Carlos Carmona
Substitution Arturo Vidal (off) 88'
16Felipe Gutiérrez
Substitution Charles Aránguiz (off) 64'
10Jorge Valdivia
Substitution Eduardo Vargas (off) 85'
19José Pedro Fuenzalida
15Jean Beausejour
9Mauricio Pinilla
22Esteban Paredes
14Fabián Orellana
Manager
Jorge Sampaoli 
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Team Stats
SpainESP ChileCHI
0 Goals 2
0 Assists 1
15 Shots 7
9 Shots on Goal 4
2 Saves 9
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
24 Crosses 7
7 Corner Kicks 1
1 Offside 2
14 Fouls Committed 15
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
56% Ball Possession 44%
Spain
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Iker Casillas 90 - 0 0 2 2
4Javi Martínez 90 0 0 0 - -
6Andrés Iniesta 90 0 0 0 - -
11Pedro 76 0 0 0 - -
14Xabi Alonso 45 0 1 0 - -
15Sergio Ramos 90 0 0 0 - -
16Sergio Busquets 90 0 0 0 - -
18Jordi Alba 90 0 0 0 - -
19Diego Costa 64 0 0 0 - -
21David Silva 90 0 0 0 - -
22César Azpilicueta 90 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
9Fernando Torres 26 0 0 0 - -
17Koke 45 0 0 0 - -
20Santi Cazorla 14 0 0 0 - -

Chile
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Claudio Bravo 90 - 0 0 0 6
2Eugenio Mena 90 0 1 0 - -
4Mauricio Isla 90 0 0 0 - -
5Francisco Silva 90 0 0 0 - -
7Alexis Sánchez 90 0 0 0 - -
8Arturo Vidal 88 0 1 0 - -
11Eduardo Vargas 85 1 0 0 - -
17Gary Medel 90 0 0 0 - -
18Gonzalo Jara 90 0 0 0 - -
20Charles Aranguiz 65 1 0 0 - -
21Marcelo Díaz 90 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
6Carlos Carmona 2 0 0 0 - -
10Jorge Valdivia 5 0 0 0 - -
16Felipe Gutiérrez 25 0 0 0 - -
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SpainESP vs. ChileCHI
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Spain 0-2 Chile
90' Half Over  Spain 0-2 Chile
90' Foul  Medel fouled by Fernando Torres (Spain)
90' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
90' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
90' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
90' Foul  Gutiérrez fouled by Jordi Alba (Spain)
90' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
90' Shot  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
90' Corner Kick  Koke (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
90' Shot on Goal  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
90' Cross  Santi Cazorla (Spain) - On Target
90' Corner Kick  Koke (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
90' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
90' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
89' Shot  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
89' Corner Kick  Koke (Spain)
88' Shot on Goal  Santi Cazorla (Spain)
88' Free Kick  Santi Cazorla (Spain)
88' Substitution  Carlos Carmona (on). Vidal (off). (Chile)
87' Foul  Torres fouled by Francisco Silva (Chile)
87' Foul  Ramos fouled by Arturo Vidal (Chile)
87' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
85' Shot on Goal  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
85' Corner Kick  Santi Cazorla (Spain) - On Target
84' Substitution  Jorge Valdivia (on). Vargas (off). (Chile)
84' Shot on Goal  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
84' Foul  Iniesta fouled by Marcelo Díaz (Chile)
81' Foul  Bravo fouled by Sergio Ramos (Spain)
81' Cross  Santi Cazorla (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
81' Corner Kick  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
81' Cross  Santi Cazorla (Spain) - Headed Out - Out of Play
81' Corner Kick  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
80' Shot on Goal  Santi Cazorla (Spain)
78' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
78' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
77' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
77' Foul  Iniesta fouled by Francisco Silva (Chile)
76' Substitution  Santi Cazorla (on). Pedro (off). (Spain)
75' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
74' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
71' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
71' Shot  Felipe Gutiérrez (Chile)
71' Cross  Alexis Sánchez (Chile) - Off Target
69' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
68' Shot  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
68' Shot  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
68' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
67' Foul  Silva fouled by Fernando Torres (Spain)
67' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
66' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
66' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
65' Shot on Goal  Eduardo Vargas (Chile)
64' Substitution  Felipe Gutiérrez (on). Aranguiz (off). (Chile)
64' Substitution  Fernando Torres (on). Costa (off). (Spain)
62' Foul  Sánchez fouled by Javi Martínez (Spain)
61' Yellow Card  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
61' Foul  Pedro fouled by Eugenio Mena (Chile)
60' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
60' Cross  César Azpilicueta (Spain) - Overhit
60' Cross  Jordi Alba (Spain) - Clearance In Play
58' Throw-In  Koke (Spain)
58' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
58' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
55' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
54' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
54' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
53' Shot  Sergio Busquets (Spain)
53' Shot on Goal  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
53' Free Kick  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
52' Foul  Pedro fouled by Arturo Vidal (Chile)
52' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
51' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
50' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
50' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
49' Shot  Jordi Alba (Spain)
49' Corner Kick  Koke (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
49' Shot on Goal  Diego Costa (Spain)
48' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
47' Throw-In  Sergio Busquets (Spain)
46' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
46' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
46' Start Half 
46' Substitution  Koke (on). Alonso (off). (Spain)
45' Half Over  Spain 0-2 Chile
45' Foul  Bravo fouled by Sergio Ramos (Spain)
45' Cross  Xabi Alonso (Spain) - Foul
45' Free Kick  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
45' Foul  Pedro fouled by Arturo Vidal (Chile)
45' Foul  Busquets fouled by Alexis Sánchez (Chile)
43' Goal  Charles Aranguiz (Chile)
43' Shot on Goal  Charles Aranguiz (Chile)
43' Shot on Goal  Alexis Sánchez (Chile)
43' Free Kick  Alexis Sánchez (Chile)
43' Foul  Sánchez fouled by Xabi Alonso (Spain)
42' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
42' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
42' Cross  Marcelo Díaz (Chile) - Headed Out - Out of Play
42' Free Kick  Marcelo Díaz (Chile)
40' Yellow Card  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
40' Foul  Isla fouled by Xabi Alonso (Spain)
40' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
40' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
39' Cross  Xabi Alonso (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
39' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
37' Foul  Pedro fouled by Gonzalo Jara (Chile)
36' Foul  Vidal fouled by Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
36' Cross  Jordi Alba (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
35' Offside  Alexis Sánchez (Chile)
35' Foul  Jara fouled by Pedro (Spain)
34' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
33' Foul  Medel fouled by Diego Costa (Spain)
33' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
31' Foul  Isla fouled by Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
31' Cross  David Silva (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
31' Free Kick  David Silva (Spain)
30' Foul  Silva fouled by Marcelo Díaz (Chile)
30' Foul  Aranguiz fouled by César Azpilicueta (Spain)
29' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
29' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
28' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
28' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
28' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
28' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
27' Shot  Diego Costa (Spain)
27' Foul  Iniesta fouled by Marcelo Díaz (Chile)
27' Yellow Card  Arturo Vidal (Chile)
26' Foul  Martínez fouled by Arturo Vidal (Chile)
26' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
25' Foul  Ramos fouled by Alexis Sánchez (Chile)
24' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
24' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
24' Shot  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
23' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - Completed Pass
23' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
22' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
22' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
21' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
20' Goal  Eduardo Vargas (Chile). Assist by Aranguiz
20' Shot on Goal  Eduardo Vargas (Chile)
19' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
18' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
18' Throw-In  Gonzalo Jara (Chile)
17' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
17' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
16' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
15' Offside  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
15' Shot on Goal  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
15' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - Clearance In Play
14' Goal Kick  Claudio Bravo (Chile)
14' Cross  Xabi Alonso (Spain) - Directly Out
14' Free Kick  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
13' Foul  Silva fouled by Arturo Vidal (Chile)
12' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
11' Offside  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
11' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
10' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
10' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
9' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
8' Cross  Xabi Alonso (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
8' Free Kick  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
8' Foul  Iniesta fouled by Alexis Sánchez (Chile)
6' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
6' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
6' Throw-In  Mauricio Isla (Chile)
5' Cross  César Azpilicueta (Spain) - Intercepted
5' Throw-In  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
3' Foul  Vidal fouled by César Azpilicueta (Spain)
3' Throw-In  Eugenio Mena (Chile)
3' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
3' Throw-In  César Azpilicueta (Spain)
2' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
2' Shot  Gonzalo Jara (Chile)
2' Corner Kick  Alexis Sánchez (Chile) - Clearance In Play
1' Cross  Arturo Vidal (Chile) - Completed Pass
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