Jun 29, 2010
As expected Brazil continued their dominance of Chile with a 3-0 win over their South American neighbours in their Round of 16 knockout match at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
First-half goals in quick succession to Juan and Luis Fabiano broke the Chilean resistance and Robinho added another goal for Brazil in the second half to put them through to the quarter finals with consumate ease.
Brazil were too good on the night but Chile served it up to them for much of the match and certainly made their presence felt.
The Brazilians were able to withstand anything that was thrown at them and kept up their recent record of scoring 3 goals or more each time they play Chile.
Brazil vs Chile Result
35m Juan (Bra)
38m Luis Fabiano (Bra)
59m Robinho (Bra)
30m Kaka (Bra)
47m A. Vidal (Chi)
68m I. Fuentes (Chi)
71m Ramires (Bra)
80m R. Millar (Chi)
Julio Cesar, Maicon, Lucio, Juan, Michel Bastos, Daniel Alves, Gilberto Silva, Ramires, Kaka, Robinho, Luis Fabiano
76m Nilmar/Luis Fabiano
Claudio Bravo, Mauricio Isla, Pablo Contreras, Gonzalo Jara, Ismael Fuentes, Arturo Vidal, Carlos Carmona, Mark Gonzalez, Alexis Sanchez, Humberto Suazo, Jean Beausejour
46 Rodrigo Tello/Pablo Contreras
46 Jorge Valdivia/Mark Gonzalez
62 Rodrigo Millar/Mauricio Isla
Brazil will now meet the Netherlands in the quarter finals.
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