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  • Date:28 Jun 2010
  • Kick-off:19:30
  • Venue:Ellis Park
  • Attendance:54,096
Goal!

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92mins

Fernandes Michel Bastos has an effort at goal from the edge of the area that misses to the right of the target.

91mins

Shot from just outside the area by Jorge Valdivia misses to the left of the target.

90mins

Shot by Nascimento Ramires from outside the box goes over the net.

89mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Arturo Vidal by Fernandes Michel Bastos. Arturo Vidal takes the free kick.

88mins

Nascimento Ramires fouled by Arturo Vidal, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Soares Julio Cesar.

87mins

Alexis Sanchez gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Da Silva Gilberto. Silveira Juan takes the free kick.

86mins

Jean Beausejour crosses the ball, clearance by Fernandes Michel Bastos.

86mins

Da Silva Dani Alves concedes a free kick for a foul on Jorge Valdivia. Rodrigo Tello restarts play with the free kick.

85mins

Da Silva Gilberto replaces De Souza Robinho.

84mins

Effort on goal by Jean Beausejour from inside the penalty box misses to the right of the target.

83mins

The ball is swung over by Fernandes Michel Bastos, Honorato da Silva Nilmar has a header from inside the six-yard box and clears the crossbar.

82mins

The ball is sent over by De Souza Robinho, Ismael Fuentes makes a clearance.

80mins

Unfair challenge on Honorato da Silva Nilmar by Rodrigo Millar results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Fernandes Michel Bastos. Rodrigo Millar goes into the book. Ricardo Kaka goes off and Jose Kleberson comes on.

78mins

Handball by Alexis Sanchez. Silveira Juan takes the free kick.

77mins

Jean Beausejour sends in a cross, blocked by Sisenando Maicon. Corner taken left-footed by Rodrigo Tello, Shot by Humberto Suazo.

77mins

Alexis Sanchez delivers the ball, Ferreira Lucio makes a clearance.

77mins

De Souza Robinho is caught offside. Claudio Bravo takes the indirect free kick.

75mins

Humberto Suazo takes a shot. Save by Soares Julio Cesar. Outswinging corner taken left-footed by Rodrigo Tello played to the near post, (Brazil) makes a substitution, with Honorato da Silva Nilmar coming on for Clemente Luis Fabiano. Ricardo Kaka makes a clearance.

74mins

De Souza Robinho takes a shot. Save made by Claudio Bravo. Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by da Silva Dani Alves.

71mins

Alexis Sanchez fouled by Nascimento Ramires, the ref awards a free kick. The referee books Nascimento Ramires for unsporting behaviour. Arturo Vidal takes the free kick.

70mins

Rodrigo Tello takes a short corner.

69mins

Ricardo Kaka has an effort at goal from outside the box which misses left.

68mins

Foul by Ismael Fuentes on Clemente Luis Fabiano, free kick awarded. Ismael Fuentes is cautioned. Direct free kick taken by Gilberto Silva.

68mins

The offside flag is raised against Humberto Suazo. Silveira Juan restarts play with the free kick.

66mins

Jorge Valdivia takes a shot from just outside the penalty area which clears the crossbar.

66mins

Arturo Vidal takes a shot. Silveira Juan gets a block in.

65mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Fernandes Michel Bastos on Rodrigo Millar. Rodrigo Millar takes the free kick.

64mins

Rodrigo Tello decides to take the corner short.

64mins

A cross is delivered by Jean Beausejour, Fernandes Michel Bastos makes a clearance.

63mins

Gilberto Silva gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Jorge Valdivia. Rodrigo Tello has an effort direct from the free kick.

62mins

Rodrigo Millar on for Mauricio Isla.

61mins

Effort from long distance by da Silva Dani Alves goes wide right of the goal.

61mins

Foul by Jorge Valdivia on Ferreira Lucio, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Soares Julio Cesar.

59mins

De Souza Robinho finds the back of the net with a goal from the edge of the area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Brazil 3-0 Chile.Nascimento Ramires provided the assist for the goal.

59mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on da Silva Dani Alves by Carlos Carmona. Soares Julio Cesar takes the direct free kick.

57mins

Humberto Suazo challenges Silveira Juan unfairly and gives away a free kick. Soares Julio Cesar takes the free kick.

55mins

The ball is sent over by De Souza Robinho, Arturo Vidal gets a block in. Da Silva Dani Alves takes the inswinging corner, clearance made by Arturo Vidal.

53mins

Foul by Ricardo Kaka on Mauricio Isla, free kick awarded. Mauricio Isla takes the free kick.

51mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Gilberto Silva on Jorge Valdivia. Rodrigo Tello crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from right channel, clearance by Silveira Juan.

50mins

Centre by Rodrigo Tello, Soares Julio Cesar makes a save.

47mins

Ricardo Kaka fouled by Arturo Vidal, the ref awards a free kick. Arturo Vidal goes into the book for unsporting behaviour. Da Silva Dani Alves has an effort direct from the free kick.

46mins

The ball is delivered by Jean Beausejour, clearance made by Fernandes Michel Bastos.

46mins

Mark Gonzalez delivers the ball.

46mins

Rodrigo Tello on for Pablo Contreras. Jorge Valdivia replaces Mark Gonzalez.

44mins

Centre by Sisenando Maicon, Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by Clemente Luis Fabiano goes harmlessly over the crossbar.

43mins

Arturo Vidal fouled by De Souza Robinho, the ref awards a free kick. Arturo Vidal restarts play with the free kick.

42mins

Foul by Mark Gonzalez on Ferreira Lucio, free kick awarded. Direct free kick taken by Soares Julio Cesar.

41mins

Effort from the edge of the area by Fernandes Michel Bastos goes wide of the right-hand upright.

41mins

Ricardo Kaka fouled by Carlos Carmona, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by da Silva Dani Alves.

40mins

Mark Gonzalez has an effort at goal from outside the box which goes wide right of the goal.

39mins

Unfair challenge on Clemente Luis Fabiano by Ismael Fuentes results in a free kick. Fernandes Michel Bastos takes the direct free kick.

38mins

Goal scored by Clemente Luis Fabiano from close in low into the middle of the goal. Brazil 2-0 Chile.Assist by Ricardo Kaka.

36mins

Carlos Carmona fouled by Fernandes Michel Bastos, the ref awards a free kick. Carlos Carmona takes the free kick.

34mins

Outswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Sisenando Maicon, Silveira Juan grabs a headed goal from deep inside the penalty box. Brazil 1-0 Chile.Sisenando Maicon provided the assist for the goal.

34mins

The ball is delivered by Sisenando Maicon, blocked by Pablo Contreras.

33mins

Arturo Vidal gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on da Silva Dani Alves. Direct free kick taken by Gilberto Silva.

32mins

Gonzalo Jara concedes a free kick for a foul on De Souza Robinho. Ricardo Kaka takes the free kick.

29mins

Unfair challenge on Arturo Vidal by Ricardo Kaka results in a free kick. Caution for Ricardo Kaka. Strike on goal comes in from Humberto Suazo from the free kick.

29mins

Ricardo Kaka gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Carlos Carmona. Carlos Carmona restarts play with the free kick.

28mins

Sisenando Maicon takes the outswinging corner, Headed effort from inside the area by Silveira Juan misses to the left of the target.

27mins

Da Silva Dani Alves takes the inswinging corner, clearance made by Mauricio Isla.

27mins

Ferreira Lucio produces a cross, clearance by Mauricio Isla.

26mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Carlos Carmona on da Silva Dani Alves. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Sisenando Maicon, clearance made by Ismael Fuentes.

24mins

Inswinging corner taken by Humberto Suazo, Ismael Fuentes concedes a free kick for a foul on Ferreira Lucio. Free kick taken by Soares Julio Cesar.

24mins

Jean Beausejour takes a shot. Blocked by Sisenando Maicon.

22mins

Shot by Alexis Sanchez. Silveira Juan gets a block in.

21mins

Long distance shot from Gonzalo Jara misses to the left of the goal.

18mins

Carlos Carmona concedes a free kick for a foul on De Souza Robinho. Direct free kick taken by Fernandes Michel Bastos.

15mins

Nascimento Ramires has an effort at goal from 25 yards. Claudio Bravo makes a comfortable save.

13mins

Humberto Suazo takes a shot. Soares Julio Cesar makes a comfortable save.

12mins

Gilberto Silva gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Jean Beausejour. Jean Beausejour takes the direct free kick.

12mins

Foul by Gilberto Silva on Jean Beausejour, free kick awarded. Gonzalo Jara takes the free kick.

10mins

Ricardo Kaka produces a right-footed shot from just outside the box that goes wide left of the goal.

9mins

Shot by Gilberto Silva. Save by Claudio Bravo. Sisenando Maicon takes the outswinging corner, Gonzalo Jara manages to make a clearance.

8mins

Da Silva Dani Alves takes the inswinging corner, clearance by Mark Gonzalez.

7mins

Outswinging corner taken by da Silva Dani Alves from the right by-line, clearance by Carlos Carmona.

5mins

Clemente Luis Fabiano produces a right-footed shot from the edge of the box and misses to the left of the target.

4mins

Arturo Vidal crosses the ball, save by Soares Julio Cesar.

2mins

Humberto Suazo decides to take the corner short.

2mins

The ball is delivered by Jean Beausejour, Gilberto Silva gets a block in.

The match gets underway.

The referee calls an end to the first half.

The referee gets the second half started.

The referee brings the game to a close.

Match Preview

Dunga: Stats count for nothing Brazil coach Dunga insists that past records will count for nothing when they come up against Chile in the last 16 of the World Cup at Ellis Park. The five-time champions have won the past seven meetings between the two sides dating back almost 10 years and take a major psychological advantage into the game. However, the Selecao boss, whose side finished top of Group G with two wins and a draw, thinks otherwise. "This is merely a statistic, nothing else," he said. "What is important is our performance on the pitch against Chile. "My players always know that it's the next game that is the most important one. For now our next game is going to be against Chile, so we will prepare as we do against any other team. "The past is in the past." Marcelo Bielsa wants his Chile players not to carry a "gloomy" feeling onto the field as a result of their torrid record against Brazil. He said: "I think the psychological aspect is always very important in a competition. It's more of a factor of motivation for us in my point of view. We have the chance to reverse a historical negative trend for Chile. "We shouldn't think that because we were beaten by them in the past we must go on the pitch gloomy. No, we should acknowledge our past record, but must also aspire to try and find a place for ourselves. "One is always enthusiastic to change history when history is not favourable. "Each match gives us the opportunity to do that and tomorrow's match is a very attractive opportunity for us to reverse that trend."

Formation:4312Manager: Carlos Dunga

Brazil

Formation: 433Manager: Marcelo Bielsa

Chile

  • Soares Julio Cesar
  • Sisenando Maicon
  • Ferreira Lucio
  • Silveira Juan
  • Fernandes Michel Bastos
  • da Silva Dani Alves
  • Gilberto Silva
  • Nascimento Ramires
  • Ricardo Kaka
  • Clemente Luis Fabiano
  • De Souza Robinho
  • SUBS
  • Heurelho Gomes
  • Anderson Luisao
  • Emiliano Thiago Silva
  • Da Silva Gilberto
  • Anunciado Josue
  • Jose Kleberson
  • Honorato da Silva Nilmar
  • Alexander Doni
  • Libano Batista Grafite
  • De Carvalho Felipe Melo
  • Blumer Elano
  • Cesar Julio Baptista

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Match Report

Cruise for Brazil Brazil's relentless march to the latter stages of the World Cup continued with an effortless 3-0 victory over Chile. A team combining a potent mix of physique, power and mouthwatering ability were hugely assured in a one-side dismissal of their fellow South Americans to line up a quarter-final with Holland on Friday. The boys in the famous yellow and blue were in control from virtually the first whistle and goals by Juan, Luis Fabiano and Robinho confirmed their status as tournament favourites. It has been no easy run for Brazil - they emerged from a 'Group of Death' unscathed and with reputations enhanced and on this evidence the Dutch will need to summon up the spirits of past greats if they are to challenge Dunga's men. Kaka remains Brazil's talisman and the Real Madrid midfielder was impressive on his return from suspension, though he managed to pick up his third booking of the tournament after English referee Howard Webb was unimpressed with his trip on a Chile player. After Juan had opened the scoring, punishing Chile for their failure to deal with Brazil's aerial threat at a corner from Maicon, Kaka was heavily involved in the second goal. Robinho began the move with a burst down the left and an early ball into Kaka in the middle. One brilliant first-time pass split the Chile central defenders asunder and left Luis Fabiano able to skip past keeper Claudio Bravo and finish. Credit too to English linesman Michael Mullarkey for a perfect call to judge the Seville striker onside. The goal made up for Luis Fabiano having dragged his shot wide after being put in the clear by a super ball from Dani Alves. Brazil had almost drawn first blood earlier through Gilberto Silva, proving in this match and not for the first time that Arsene Wenger committed a rare blunder in disposing of his services two years ago, who hit a fierce long-range effort that Bravo turned aside at full stretch. Chile's main hope looked to be through the creative instincts of their gifted 21-year-old Alexis Sanchez, a player being watched by a number of Premier League clubs including Manchester United. The Udinese player certainly provided Brazil with something to think about with a series of decent touches - one lovely pass for Humberto Suazo promised much but the striker did not match up with a disappointing effort to lob Julio Cesar. Brazil could afford to take their foot off the gas at half-time, so minimal was the threat posed by the Marcelo Bielsa's Chileans, but they still managed to extend their lead. Robinho was the man to strike just before the hour mark, curling it effortlessly past Bravo but he had Ramires to thank after a blistering run by the Benfica midfielder. Alves hit a thunderbolt that must have had Bravo worried but it drifted just wide before Jorge Valdivia came as close as Chile had managed to a reply, teeing himself up and then firing just over from the edge of the box. Kaka nearly claimed the goal his performance deserved after a surge down the left by Michel Bastos but was narrowly off target. Bravo kept the score respectable by denying Robinho and then Suazo neatly turned Lucio - and not many players have done that this tournament - but Julio Cesar beat away his strike. The game was up for Chile, however, and Dunga rubbed salt in the wound by taking off Kaka and sending on Kleberson - the player who flopped so dismally at Manchester United - to illustrate Brazil's overwhelming superiority.

possession


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