• 28 Jun 2014, Kick Off 5:00pm
  • Ref: Howard Webb
  • Competition: World Cup
  • Estadio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Brazil
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1
Chile
19' Gonzalo Jara (OG)
18' David Luiz
 
Result
32' Alexis Sánchez
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    • 12Julio César
    • 2Dani Alves
    • 3Thiago Silva
    • 4David Luiz
    • 6Marcelo
    • 5Fernandinho
    • 17Luiz Gustavo
    • 7Hulk
    • 10Neymar
    • 11Oscar
    • 9Fred
    • 6Carmona
    • 22Paredes
    • 16Gutierrez
    • 23Herrera
    • 15Beausejour
    • 19Fuenzalida
    • 10Valdivia
    • 13Rojas
    • 12Toselli
    • 9Pinilla
    • 14Orellana
    • 3Albornoz

    Brazil

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 12 J. César
    • 2 D. Alves da Silva
    • 3 T. da Silva
    • 4 D. Luiz Moreira Marinho
    • 6 M. Da Silva Junior
    • 5 F. Luiz Rosa (Santos do Nascimento '72)
    • 17 L. Dias
    • 7 G. Vieira de Souza
    • 10 N. Santos Júnior
    • 11 O. dos Santos Emboaba Junior (Borges Da Silva '105)
    • 9 F. Chaves Guedes (de Assis Silva '64)

    Chile

    Starting line up
    Formation 3-4-1-2
    • 1 C. Bravo
    • 5 F. Silva
    • 17 G. Medel (Rojas '108)
    • 18 G. Jara
    • 4 M. Isla
    • 20 C. Arnguiz
    • 21 M. Díaz
    • 2 E. Mena
    • 8 A. Vidal (Pinilla '87)
    • 7 A. Sánchez
    • 11 E. Vargas (Gutierrez '57)
    Substitutes
    • 18 A. de Carvalho Andrade Lima
    • 15 H. Adriano Buss
    • 23 D. Maicon
    • 22 V. Bagy
    • 13 D. Costa Santos
    • 20 B. Anício Caldeira Duarte
    • 21 J. de Assis Silva
    • 1 J. de Oliveira Galvao
    • 14 M. Cabelino Andrade
    • 8 J. Bezerra Maciel Júnior
    • 16 R. Santos do Nascimento
    • 19 W. Borges Da Silva
    Substitutes
    • 6 C. Carmona
    • 22 E. Paredes
    • 16 F. Gutierrez
    • 23 J. Herrera
    • 15 J. Beausejour
    • 19 J. Fuenzalida
    • 10 J. Valdivia
    • 13 J. Rojas
    • 12 C. Toselli
    • 9 M. Pinilla
    • 14 F. Orellana
    • 3 M. Albornoz
    • 1 Goals 1
    • 1 First Half Goals 1
    • 6 Shots On Target 2
    • 12 Shots Off Target 8
    • 0 Hit Woodwork 1
    • 4 Yellow Cards 3
    • 28 Fouls 23
    • 2 Offsides 3
    • 1 Hand Balls 2
    • 48.3 Possession % 51.7
    • 424 Total Passes 474
    • 310 Accurate Passes 361
    • 38 Crosses 18
    • 10 Accurate Crosses 0
    • 9 Corners 5
    • 21 Tackles Won 23
    • 31 Total Tackles 30
    • 3 Blocks 5
    • 5 Blocked Scoring Attempts 3
    • 19 Interceptions 21
    • 43 Clearances 45
    • 43 Effective Clearances 45
    • 29 Headed Clearances 24
    • 1 Keeper Saves 5
    • 6 Keeper Throws 2
    • 6 Accurate Keeper Throws 2
    • 8 Goal Kicks 15
    • 3 Accurate Goal Kicks 7

    Brazil vs Chile

    Brazil have won all three previous World Cup fixtures against Chile, all of which have been in the knockout stages of the tournament (Round 2 in 2010, Round 2 in 1998, and the semi final in 1962).

    Chile have conceded 11 goals in their three meetings with Brazil at the World Cup finals, an average of 3.7 per game.

    Eduardo Vargas has scored in each of his last two appearances for Chile against Brazil, including a goal in Belo Horizonte in April 2013.

    Brazil have scored two or more goals in each of their last nine matches against Chile, netting 32 in the process (3.6 per game).

    Neymar scored the 100th goal of the 2014 World Cup (his first goal versus Cameroon), in Brazil's 100th game in the competition.

    The Barcelona forward has now scored four times in three matches at the 2014 World Cup and eight times in his last six for Brazil.

    Four of Chile’s five goals so far at the 2014 World Cup have arrived before half-time, with the other coming in the 90th minute.

    Chile have lost each of their previous second round fixtures, both of which were against Brazil (0-3 in 2010 & 1-4 in 1998).

    Brazil have won their last five second round matches at the World Cup, scoring 13 and keeping four clean sheets.

    The last time that Brazil lost a World Cup match in the second round of the competition was back in 1990; losing 0-1 to eventual finalists and South American side Argentina.

    Overall, Brazil have lost only one of their last 10 World Cup matches against South American opposition (W8 D1).

    Chile have lost all four of their World Cup matches against fellow South American opposition, although three of those games were against opponents Brazil.

    Chile have never beaten the Seleção on Brazilian soil, losing 20 and drawing six.

    The Seleção are now unbeaten in 40 successive matches in Brazil, with their last defeat coming against Paraguay (0-1 in a friendly) in August 2002.