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  • Chile 1-0 Peru: Ramos own-goal

    Chile qualified for the quarterfinals to ensure the title winner of Group C, after a beat Peru. Chile won 1-0 through goals which were born in injury time.

    In Mundialista Mendoza, Tuesday (12/07/2011) , both teams had the same opportunity and push back. In a fierce duel, was born a pair of red cards for each team in the middle of the second half.

    In the end, Chile was the one who triumphed after a corner kick in the second minute of injury time had headlong Alexis Sánchez. The ball then the player entity Peru, Andre Carrillo, and into the goal.

    With the result that Chile collecting seven points from three parties and certainly not overtaken by Uruguay (2 points) and Mexico (0 points, which will face each other. Peru itself temporarily occupy second position with four points.

    The game

    Both teams attacked each other instantly replied. At minute six attackers Peru William Chiroque kick off after the acceleration, though the ball was wide.

    Five minutes later, turn to Chile to press. Jean Beausejour cross off to Esteban Paredes although still not change the results. Humberto Suazo turn recorded a chance though his shot was about an opponent and away from the goal.

    In the 17th minute turn of Peru again threatened. Aldo Corzo from behind the attack although the direction is still floated the ball wide of goalkeeper Chile.

    Suazo waste the opportunity to make Chile the lead in 34 minutes. From the cross Beausejour, in front of goal kicking Suazo fails ball properly and resulted in the round leather thin float on the side of the goal.

    Two minutes into the second half, Chile again have a chance. Luis Antonio Jimenez off a cross to the far post, but Paredes could just to the side of the ball outside the goal.

    Both teams must play with ten players since the 61st minute. Peru first loss Giancarlo Carmona, followed by a red card for Jean Beausejour from Chile.

    Golden opportunity to Peru in the 70th minute William Chiroque comes through, but again the direction of the round leather just wide of the opponent's goal.

    Two minutes into injury time, a goal finally born. From the corner, chaos born in front of goal Peru. Sanchez gore and the round leather ball about the agency opposing players to end up in the net.

    Teams Line-up:

    Chile: Miguel Pinto; Waldo Ponce, Gonzalo Jara, Marco Estrada, Gonzalo Fierro (Alexis Sánchez '57), Carlos Carmona, Jean Beausejour, Luis Antonio Jiménez, Francisco Silva (Gary Medel '77), Humberto Suazo, Esteban Paredes (Jorge Valdivia '57).

    Peru: Salomon Libman; Santiago Acasiete (Walter Vilchez '45), Giancarlo Carmona, Renzo Revoredo, Christian Ramos, Aldo Corzo, Michael Guevara (Carlos Lobatón '69), Antonio Gonzalez (André Carrillo '76), Josepmir Ballon, William Chiroque, Raúl Ruidíaz.


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