Brazil 1 vs. Chile 1 in the 2014 World Cup

Information about the Round of 16 game played in the 2014 Soccer World Cup between the National Teams of Chile and Brazil with details about goals, starters and reserves, substitutions, cards and more.

Game played in the

Date: Saturday, June 28, 2014

1 - 1
( 0 - 0 )
on extra time
3 - 2
on penalties
Goals:
18'
Goal min 18
David Luiz
Goal min 32
32'
Alexis Sanchez
Penalty Shootout:
Brazil starts
David Luiz
Mauricio Pinilla
(atajado)
Willian
(desviado)
Alexis Sanchez
(atajado)
Marcelo
Charles Aránguiz
Hulk
(atajado)
Marcelo Díaz
Neymar
Gonzalo Jara
(palo)

Players

Brazil Brazil
Pos Je Player
Starters
GK
12.
DF
2.
DF
3.
DF
4.
Goal min 18
DF
6.
MF
5.
72'
MF
11.
106'HT
MF
17.
FW
7.
FW
9.
64'
FW
10.
Entered
MF
16.
72'
MF
19.
106'HT
FW
21.
64'
Other Reserves
GK
1.
GK
22.
DF
13.
DF
14.
DF
15.
DF
23.
MF
8.
MF
18.
MF
20.
Coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari
Chile Chile
Pos Je Player
Starters
GK
1.
DF
2.
DF
4.
DF
17.
108'
DF
18.
MF
5.
MF
8.
87'
MF
20.
MF
21.
FW
7.
Goal min 32
FW
11.
57'
Entered
DF
13.
108'
MF
16.
57'
FW
9.
87'
Other Reserves
GK
12.
GK
23.
DF
3.
MF
6.
MF
10.
MF
15.
MF
19.
FW
14.
FW
22.
Coach: Jorge Sampaoli

Abbreviations and Notes:
Pos = Position. It shows the player's natural position but not necessarily the one he played in this particular game
Positions: GK: Goalkeeper / DF: Defender / MF: Midfielder / FW: Forward
Je. = Jersey number / (C) = Captain / HT: at half-time

Cards

National Team
Player
Card and Minutes
Chile
Chile
Eugenio Mena
17' yellow card
Chile
Chile
Francisco Silva
40' yellow card
Brazil
Brazil
Hulk
55' yellow card
Brazil
Brazil
Luiz Gustavo
60' yellow card
Brazil
Brazil
Jo
93' yellow card
Chile
Chile
Mauricio Pinilla
102' yellow card
Brazil
Brazil
Dani Alves
105'+1' yellow card

Substitutions

Brazil Brazil
Minute
64
Jo
replaced
Fred
Minute
72
Ramires
replaced
Fernandinho
Minute
106 (in the break)
Willian
replaced
Oscar
Chile Chile
Minute
57
Felipe Gutierrez
replaced
Eduardo Vargas
Minute
87
Mauricio Pinilla
replaced
Arturo Vidal
Minute
108
José Rojas
replaced
Gary Medel