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Monday, 28th June 2010
Brazil Cane Chile Again

Second Round Match

Brazil vs Chile
in Jo'burg Ellis Park

In CONMEBOL qualifying, Brazil beat Chile (4:2) and (3:0) yet Chile finished second to Brazil.

One South American team will be going out tonight but there could be four in the semi-finals.

For the most part, we weren't given the first-half feast of football that many expected; until Juan headed in Maicon's corner from the right, on the 34th minute.

Luis Fabiano added Brazil's second just a few minutes later; after Robinho and Kaka worked together, while the FC Sevilla player prepared himself to spring the offside trap and round Claudio Bravo.

Half-time: 2:0

Chile started the second-half positively but found themselves continuously running into yellow shirt cul-de-sacs.

With almost an hour played, Ramires ran towards the Chile defence then laid the ball off for Robinho to make it three for Brazil.

The rest of the game was just a formality; although a booking for Ramires means that he will miss the quarter-final against Holland, in Port Elizabeth.

Final Score:
Brazil 3 Chile 0

Goalscorers Goalscorers:
1:0 Juan (34 mins)
2:0 Luis Fabiano (38 mins)
3:0 Robinho (59 mins)

Man of The Match:
Robinho - Helping to set up goals or scoring goals, he likes to get involved. Will he be going back to Manchester City next season? Mancini likes to think so.


Travel to Brazil Brazil:
1 Julio Cesar; 6 Michel Bastos, 4 Juan, 3 Lucio, 2 Maicon; 11 Robinho, 8 Gilberto Silva, 18 Ramires, 13 Dani Alves; 9 Luis Fabiano, 10 Kaka.

Travel to Chile Chile:
1 Claudio Bravo; 2 Ismael Fuentes, 18 Gonzalo Jara, 5 Pablo Contreras, 4 Mauricio Isla; 15 Jean Beausejour, 6 Carlos Carmona, 8 Arturo Vidal; 9 Humberto Suazo, 11 Mark Gonzalez, 7 Alexis Sanchez.

Howard Webb (England)

Substitutions Substitutions:
46 Mins (Chile) - 10 Jorge Valdivia on for 11 Mark Gonzalez
46 Mins (Chile) - 21 Rodrigo Tello on for 5 Pablo Contreras
67 Mins (Chile) - 20 Rodrigo Millar on for 4 Mauricio Isla
76 Mins (Brazil) - 21 Nilmar on for 9 Luis Fabiano
81 Mins (Brazil) - 20 Kleberson on for 10 Kaka
85 Mins (Brazil) - 16 Gilberto Melo on for 11 Robinho

Yellow Cards 5 Yellow Cards:
30 Mins - Kaka (Brazil)
47 Mins - Arturo Vidal (Chile)
68 Mins - Ismael Fuentes (Chile)
71 Mins - Ramires (Brazil) - misses quarter-final vs Holland.
80 Mins - Rodrigo Millar (Chile)

Red Cards 0 Red Cards.

Previous Encounters:
Considering the previous encounters it's surprising that Chile didn't try harder to get a draw with Spain in the final group game.

Brazil have won 46 and only lost seven of their 65 matches; drawing 12.

Brazil won both of their previous World Cup Finals encounters - (4:2) in the Santiago semi-final at Chile 1962 and (4:1) in the Paris Round of 16 match at France 1998.

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Second Round

Game 1
Uruguay vs South Korea
Port Elizabeth

Game 2
Argentina vs Mexico
Jo'burg Soccer City

Game 3
USA vs Ghana

Game 4
Germany vs England

Game 5
Holland vs Slovakia

Game 6
Paraguay vs Japan

Game 7
Brazil vs Chile
Jo'burg Ellis Park

Game 8
Spain vs Portugal
Cape Town


Game A
Uruguay vs Ghana
Jo'burg Soccer City

Game B
Argentina vs Germany
Cape Town

Game C
Holland vs Brazil
Port Elizabeth

Game D
Paraguay vs Spain
Jo'burg Ellis Park


Semi Final 1
Uruguay vs Holland
Cape Town

Semi Final 2
Germany vs Spain

Third-Place Match

Saturday, 10th July
Uruguay vs Germany
Port Elizabeth

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Sunday, 11th July
Holland vs Spain
Jo'burg Soccer City

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