Casillas defended shots by Estrada (12’), Sanchez (14’) and Beausejour (34’); however, Spain was more efficient. On 24’, David Villa, 1-0; after a pass from Alonso to Torres, the Chilean goalkeeper Bravo raced out of his area and Villa had an empty net to shoot into.
37’, Iniesta, 2-0. Chile scored after the break. Millar came on (46’) for Gonzalez and a minute later, scored.
The rest of the game was spent by both teams testing each other, without great risks.
Chile: Bravo, Ponce, Isla, Sánchez (Orellana), Vidal, Valdivia (Paredes), Gonzalez (Millar), Estrada, Beasejour, Medel, Jara
Spain: Casillas, Pique, Puyol, Iniesta, David Villa, Xavi, Torres (Fabregas), Capdevila, Alonso J. Martinez), Ramos, Sergio
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