Gilberto Silva saw his shot saved by Bravo on 9’, Ramires on 15’; a minute later, Suazo shot at Júlio César. 35’, Juan scored from a corner, sending a powerful header into the net and three minutes later, a run from Robinho down the left, cross to Kaka, who worked the ball to Luis Fabiano; the Brazilian striker danced round two defenders and buried his ball behind Bravo.
59’ 3-0. Robinho, converting a perfect lass from Ramires who had a great run of 40 yards. 74’ Bravo saved from Robinho; 75’ Júlio César saved from Suazo.
Brazil: Julio Cesar, Maicon, Lucio, Juan, M. Bastos, G. Silva, L. Fabiano (Nilmar), Kaka (Kleberson), Robinho (Gilberto Melo), D. Alves, Ramires
Chile: Bravo, Fuentes, Isla (Millar), Contreras (Tello), Carmona, Sanchez, Vidal, Suazo, M. Gonzalez (Valdivia), Beasejour, Jara
Brazil 3 wins 1 draw 0 defeats 8 goals scored 2 goals against
Brazil 2 DPR Korea 1
Brazil 3 Ivory Coast 1
Brazil 0 Portugal 0
Brazil 3 Chile 0
Scorers Maicon, Elano (2), L. Fabiano (3), Robinho, Juan
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