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  • Chile 1-2 Spain: Villa, Iniesta, Millar great-strike

    Spain managed a thin 2-1 victory over Chile in a match at Loftus Stadium Versfield, Friday (25/06/2010). That result also took them away to a big round of 16.

    Spain that appears dominant from the start - won control of the ball 69:31 - appearing attacking by relying on David Villa up front. They even closed the first round with a 2-0 advantage.

    Chile to play with 10 men since the 37th minute - after Marco Estrada red carded -, can only minimize the dropping in 47 minutes. Shit for La Roja, until the end of the game they failed to score a goal an equalizing position.

    Thanks to this victory, Spain emerged as winners of Group H with a value of 6. Chile followed in the order of two with a collection of the same value. However, La Furia Roja in the number of superior goal difference.

    With this result, Spain will face Portugal in big 16. While Chile will meet Brazil.

    The game

    Spain direct hit since the beginning of the game. They get a chance when the new game runs three minutes. However, powerful Fernando Torres header past the Chile crossbar .

    In minute 11 Mark Gonzalez wasted opportunities in front of the eye! Not guarded anyone, can cross from Jean Beausejour, Gonzalez kicked the ball into the top despite being in front of goal!

    Chile pressed again in minute 13. Alexis Sanchez tested Iker Casillas with a kick "impromptu" directly into the goal. Spanish goalkeeper pushed over the ball. Kans both Chile.

    Spain eventually winning 1-0 through goals Villa in minute 24. Villa goals created after Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, went too far left post. That is, he wants to dispel the movement of Fernando Torres. Who would have thought the ball would fall to the foot of the Villa.

    Villa immediately release the kick curled left foot, and drove the ball into the empty goal.

    Advantages landing troops Vicente Del Bosque was widened when Andres Iniesta's break Bravo nets in 37 minutes.

    Iniesta goaal was created thanks to cooperation between Fernando Torres and David Villa in Chile outside the penalty box. Finally, send the operands to Iniesta Villa free-standing.

    Through a hard kick right foot, Iniesta was breaking into the nets of Chile.

    In the process of the second goal of Spain, Chile had to lose one player. Marco Estrada expelled from the field after receiving a second yellow card due to the Torres violates the middle run.

    However, when 47 minutes into the second round, Chile succeeded in minimizing the position. Rodrigo Millar, kick right foot from outside the penalty box hit the foot of the Spanish players. The ball was turned direction and deceive the goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

    Entering the 63 minutes, Spain began to push intensive. Villa twice cut into the penalty box, but can still be driven Chilean defender-defender.

    But 10 minutes before the game ended, down tempo game. Spain like no other creations, Chile lived hope Switzerland does not suddenly win over Honduras.

    Finally the long whistle was blown. Score 2-1 to win the Spanish defense and both teams are equally escaped.

    Team Line-up:

    Chile: 1-Claudio Bravo; 4-Mauricio Isla, 17-Gary Medel, Waldo Ponce-3, 8-Arturo Vidal, 11-Mark Gonzalez (20-Rodrigo Millar 46), 13-Marco Estrada, 18-Gonzalo Jara, 10 -Jorge Valdivia (22-Esteban Paredes 46), 15-Jean Beausejour, 7-Alexis Sanchez (16-Fabian Orellana 65).

    Spain: 1-Iker Casillas; 15-Sergio Ramos, 3-Gerard Pique, 5-Carles Puyol, 11-Joan Capdevila; 14-Xabi Alonso (20-Javi Martinez 73), 8-Xavi, 6-Andres Iniesta, 16 - Sergio Busquets; 9-Fernando Torres (Cesc Fabregas 10-55), 7-David Villa.


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