- Venue:Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria
- Referee:Rodriguez, M
Full-time: CHILE 1-2 SPAIN
Two minutes of stoppage time added.
Fabregas has a chance to make it three, but the Arsenal playmaker is unable to connect with the ball on the edge of Chile's penalty area
Both set of supporters are celebrating. The Chilean fans have faith that Switzerland won't score the two goals they need against Honduras
Haven't been any chances in the last few minutes. Chile keep wasting possession on the few occasions they receive the ball.
Spain look quite content with how it stands. They are making Chile work hard in getting a touch of the ball. The Chileans are camped inside their own half.
Chile look like they are hanging on for a one goal deficit and hope Switzerland fail to score twice against Honduras
Chile struggling to create any attacks. Bravo wastes possession with a long kick out of his goal that reaches his opposite number
Iniesta attempts a shot from 20 yards out, but the Spaniard gets underneath it, hoofing the ball over the bar
First chance for Martinez, but he gets no power on his shot. Claudio Bravo, in the Chile goal, collects the ball with ease
Xabi Alonso is replaced by Javi Martinez.
Sergio Ramos seeing plenty of the ball on the right, as he gets down the byline but fails to get a cross in. Should have done better.
Spain knocking the ball around at the back, waiting patiently for an opening.
Spain are having all the possession. It's been a while since Chile have been on the attack.
Surprising substitution by Chile as Sanchez has looked impressive.
Chile make their final substitution. Alexis Sanchez is replaced by Fabian Orellana.
Chile on the back foot and Villa is keeping the Chile defenders on their toes. Another great challenge stops the striker in his tracks
Great tackle from Ponce. Villa is put through but the Chilean defender times his tackle to perfection just when the Spanish striker was going to unleash the trigger
The ball falls to Villa inside the penalty area but Barcelona's new signing miscues his shot
Fabregas tries to find Xavi on the edge of the penalty area but Medel is too quick for the Barcelona playmaker and gets to the ball first
Fabregas has looked lively since he has come on. Villa is up front on his own
Torres, who has been very poor, is replaced by Cesc Fabregas.
Villa tries to find Torres in the penalty area but the Liverpool striker doesn't even attempt going for the ball.
Chile looked dead and buried at half-time but that early goal has made things very interesting.
If this score stays the same, Switzerland have to beat Honduras by two goals
CHILE 1-2 SPAIN. What a start for substitute MILLER. The Chilean receives the ball on the edge of the box and his shot takes a wicked deflection, wrong-footing Casillas in Spain's goal.
Double substitution for Chile. Luis Marin and Rodrigo Millar replace Mark Gonzalez and Jorge Valdivia
Chile get the second-half underway
Half-time: CHILE 0-2 SPAIN
Ponce fouls Xabi Alonso with a late challenge. Chile could have been down to nine, but referee Marco Rodriguez decides not to give him his marching orders
Chile are unable to get a touch of the ball with Spain casually knocking it around
Chile are up against it now. They will be hoping Switzerland fail to score a winner against Honduras
Very harsh booking. Estrada looked to accidently clip Torres' heels and the Liverpool player made a meal of it.
Marco Estrada receives his second booking and Chile are down to 10 men.
CHILE 0-2 SPAIN. INIESTA scores from 12 yards after Villa's square ball finds him unmarked in the box
Jean Beausejour nearly scores an equaliser as he races onto a ball into the box, but he hits the side netting
Terrific play by Spain as they quickly break on the counter attack, but Torres' first touch is poor
Spain look settled now and oncourse to meeting Portugal in the last 16
Marco Estrada avoids a second booking with a foul from behind on Sergio Busquets. Chile have to be careful with three players already booked
As it stands Chile are still going through to the last 16, but will face Brazil
It was a moment of madness by the Chile goalkeeper. A gift for Villa and a player of his calibre never misses such an opportunity
CHILE 0-1 SPAIN. Bravo came rushing out of his goal but fails to get to the ball before VILLA, who scores with ease
David Villa makes a great run down, but in keeping the ball in play the Real Madrid striker can only cross the ball straight to Claudio Bravo
Another booking for Chile. This time Marco Estrada.
Waldo Ponce is the latest to be booked and will also miss the next round if Chile progress
Gonzalez leaps higher than any of the Spanish defenders but the former Liverpool man is unable get his head on the ball
Spain pressurise the Chile defence but Torres is adjudged to have fouled Medel
Gary Medel is booked and if Chile progress, he will be suspended for the next round
Another chance for Chile. A ball into the box from Alexis Sanchez is pushed behind for a corner by Casillas.
It's a very open game. Chile are not going to be any pushovers for Spain.
A terrible miss by Mark Gonzalez. The Chilean hoofs the ball over Iker Casillas goal from six yards. Chile need to take their chances against Spain. Should have scored
Disappointing free-kick and Spain try to hit them on the break
Jorge Valdivia is fouled and Chile have a free-kick from 30 yards out
Spain looking very dangerous in the opening minutes. Chile's defence have to be on their guard
Chile nearly gifted Spain a goal. Mauricio Isla casually waits for his goalkeeper to collect the ball with Torres breathing down his neck ready to pounce
First chance of note. Torres gets in front of the Chile defence but can only direct his header over the bar
Spain are wearing their blue and white strip. Chile are in their traditional red kit
Spain get the game underway
Chile need a draw to guarantee qualification. Jorge Valdivia and Marco Estrada replace the suspended Matias Fernandez and Carlos Carmona in midfield.
Andres Iniesta returns to the starting line-up for Spain, replacing Jesus Navas. Fernando Torres and David Villa continue their partnership in attack
A win for Spain will guarantee them qualification to the last 16, but a draw could see them be the latest big name to crash out of the World Cup at the first hurdle
Pre-tournament favourites Spain take on group leaders Chile at Loftus Versfeld Stadium
First-half goals from David Villa and Andres Iniesta guaranteed Spain topped Group H as they set up a mouth-watering encounter with Portugal in the last 16.
Despite defeat Chile were happy with the outcome, as they also progressed to the knockout stages, setting up a clash with Brazil.
Fernando Torres looked dangerous at the beginning with a couple of opportunities to score in the first five minutes, but failed to get his efforts on target.
Mark Gonzalez should have put Chile ahead after ten minutes. Jean Beausejour broke down the left and his cross along the six-yard box found the former Liverpool man unmarked only for him to send his volley over the bar.
Mexican referee Marco Rodriguez was keen to brandish his yellow cards and Chile managed to pick up three bookings in the space of six minutes.
A moment of madness by goalkeeper Claudio Bravo led to the first goal. He came rushing out of his penalty area, but was always going to be second to the ball. Villa took the ball past him and curled a shot into the empty net from 45 yards out.
In the 37th minute Spain were coasting. Villa squared a ball to Iniesta, who marked his return to the starting line-up by drilling a shot into the bottom corner.
Things got worse for Chile a minute later. Marco Estrada received a second booking for a trip on Torres. The Chilean was harshly dealt with, as he appeared to accidently clip Torres' heels.
In the second half, Chile made a double substitution and it paid off immediately. Rodrigo Millar had only been on the pitch for two minutes when he received the ball on the edge of the penalty area and his shot took a wicked deflection to wrong-foot Iker Casillas in Spain's goal.
With news filtering through from the other Group H game, that Switzerland were drawing 0-0 with Honduras, both teams seem content with the result.
Both sets of supporters were celebrating in the Loftus Versfeld Stadium long before the finish and neither side created any opportunity of note in the last 20 minutes.
Shots off target