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PHOTO: @LeroyFer10's header is his first touch since coming on as a sub #NEDCHI #WorldCup - http://t.co/417XDyVA6y pic.twitter.com/3JGrKpkPsy— FIFAWorldCup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2014
PHOTO: @LeroyFer10's header is his first touch since coming on as a sub #NEDCHI #WorldCup - http://t.co/417XDyVA6y pic.twitter.com/3JGrKpkPsy
If #CHI coach Jorge Sampaoli could bring himself on he probably would. Doesn't stop for 90 minutes! #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/Om2HgD9Wsv— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) June 23, 2014
If #CHI coach Jorge Sampaoli could bring himself on he probably would. Doesn't stop for 90 minutes! #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/Om2HgD9Wsv
Chile taking the Dutch 1-3-4-3 system, repackaging it and attempting to hand it back to van Gaal's boys with bells on...— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) June 23, 2014
Chile taking the Dutch 1-3-4-3 system, repackaging it and attempting to hand it back to van Gaal's boys with bells on...
Sneijder having a nightmare game. #NED— Dutch Football (@football_oranje) June 23, 2014
Sneijder having a nightmare game. #NED
Dirk Kuyt is the anti-Gareth Bale. Used to be a forward. Now playing left back.— Richard Jolly (@RichJolly) June 23, 2014
Dirk Kuyt is the anti-Gareth Bale. Used to be a forward. Now playing left back.
Jeremain Lens attempted more shots (2) than passes (1) in the first half.— Matthew Stanger (@MatthewStanger) June 23, 2014
Jeremain Lens attempted more shots (2) than passes (1) in the first half.
LIVE: #NED kick off the second half of #NEDCHI in Sao Paulo in #WorldCup Group B. #Joinin - http://t.co/417XDyVA6y pic.twitter.com/FqZsmVR7R6— FIFAWorldCup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2014
LIVE: #NED kick off the second half of #NEDCHI in Sao Paulo in #WorldCup Group B. #Joinin - http://t.co/417XDyVA6y pic.twitter.com/FqZsmVR7R6
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FULL TIME HOLLAND 2-0 CHILE: It's all over as the well-fancied Holland win Group B after three successive victories. The score was harsh on Chile who performed fairly well but they are now destined to face hosts Brazil in their last-16 encounter.
HOLLAND 2-0 CHILE: It is game over here as the Dutch break from a Chile corner to go 2-0 up as Arjen Robben puts in a lovely cross on a plate from the left to Memphis Depay who fires in from close range.
We are edging towards three minutes of injury time as Gonzalo Jara puts a cross into the area and Gary Medel heads just over the Holland bar.
It was Dirk Kuyt's last touch as he is going off to be replaced by Terence Kongolo.
Dirk Kuyt is back on and just about avoids giving away a spot-kick as he gets the ball away from Alexis Sanchez to concede a third ccorner in quick succession.
Dirk Kuyt is having to leave the field after going down with cramp.
Mauricio Pinilla goes down after a surging run into the box but Danny Blind got a touch to the ball with the Chile man offside anyway.
Chile see another penalty appeal waved away as Nigel de Jong heads the corener towards his own goal and the ball clearly hits the arm of Stefan de Vrij before being cleared.
Eduardo Vargas is replaced by Mauricio Pinilla as Chile make a switch before taking the next corner.
Nigel De Jong manages to clear a first corner into the area for Chile as they look to get back on terms.
HOLLAND 1-0 CHILE: Darryl Janmaat's cross into the area is met by Leroy Fer at the back post and he powers his header in from close range to give the Dutch the lead. It's his first Dutch goal with his first touch.
Dirk Kuyt can't guide his header on target from Arjen Robben's corner as Leroy Fer comes on for Wesley Sneijder.
Wesley Sneijder whips in a dangerous cross from the left and Eduardo Vargas puts it behind for a corner.
Eduardo Vargas who got in the way of Jean Beausejour in a better spot as he looked to get on the end of a cross into the Dutch area at the back post.
Francisco Silva is replaced by Jorge Valdivia for the Chileans.
A Dutch switch now as Memphis Depay is coming on for Holland in place of Jeremain Lens.
Holland launch a quick break now but Claudio Bravo is on hand to block Arjen Robben's strike.
Holland can't get the ball clear from the free kick as Alexis Sanchez gets in down the left and fires an angle drive which Jasper Cillessen beats away.
Daley Blind is the first player in the book for fouling Alexis Sanchez.
Chile fail to win a penalty and a corner after Jasper Cillessen races to the edge of his area to deny Alexis Sanchez a chance to cut in from the right of the box.
Chile clear a Dutch free kick to just outside the box and Wesley Sneijder's follow-up effort is blocked.
The Chile fans in the stadium boo as Holland keep hold of the ball. We are looking for something to spark the game into life.
Dirk Kuyt is lucky to avoid a yellow card here as he gives away a free kick wide out on the right with a late foul on Mauricio Isla.
Alexis Sanchez fires over the bar from around 30 yards out as Chile press forward.
The Dutch are still keeping hold of the ball here but are not having much joy breaking down Chile.
Ron Vlaar boots the ball high up the field which sees him on the end of a verbal blasting from Dutch coach Louis Van Gaal for giving away possession to easily.
We are just seeing a little more going forward from the Dutch in this half with Dirk Kuyt getting forward more.
Chile feel aggrieved as they feel Daley Blind fouled Alexis Sanchez when putting in a decent tackle and then are angered second later as Marcelo Diaz flies into Wesley Sneijder and the Dutch get the decision. They had no arguments on either front.
Dirk Kuyt does well in the early moments as he gets a few crosses into the box but Chile clear their lines.
Chile make a change here as Jean Beausejour replaces Felipe Gutierrez.
We are up and running again in Sao Paulo with both sides no doubt feeling the game is there to be won.
HALF TIME HOLLAND 0-0 CHILE: It's half time in Sao Paulo with Chile enjoying the better of the first 45 minutes, although Holland had a few chances on the break. It's still in the balance.
Jeremain Lens gets a shot in from the edge of the box after Chile can't fully clear a free kick. Charles Aranguiz blocks the shot and is then fouled by Dirk Kuyt as he tries to dig the ball out from under his feet.
Marcelo Diaz's free kick into the box is met by the head of the unmarked Felipe Gutierrez but he just heads wide of the target.
Jeremain Lens does well to brush Felipe Gutierrez off the ball but then fires high over the bar from outside the box instead of trying to beat the final man Gary Medel and get into the area.
A typical surging run from Arjen Robben sees him get in down the left side of the Chile area but his left-foot strike is inches wide of the far post.
Danny Blind brings down Alexis Sanchez who motions for the Dutchman to be booked. He isn't but the referee should have booked the CHilean for asking for the yellow.
Dirky Kuyt looks to keep Alexis Sanchez's run in check inside the Dutch area and the Chile man goes to ground a little too easily and his penalty shouts are ignored.
Arjen Robben curls a free kick from the right of the Chile area towards the back post but it is just too high for Stefan de Vrij whose flick header goes out.
Arjen Robben's pass to try and play in Nigel de Jong is cut out before Daryl Janmaat then burst into the box but his cross comes to nothing.
Chile appeal for a penalty as Danny Blind goes in for the ball on Eduardo Vargas. He did get a good toe to the ball first as the Chile man went down in a heap and the referee rightly waves play on.
It has just turned a little bit scrappy as Holland struggle to get any passing going as Chile continue to press them all over the pitch.
Chile are continuing to plug away with balls out to the wide areas which they are getting some joy from so far.
Wesley Sneijder goes for goal from distance from the free kick but fails to really test Claudio Bravo who saves at his near post.
Chile's Francisco Silva is booked for a foul on Jeremain Lens.
Felipe Gutierrez is picked out from the corner and hits a first-time strike just inside the box but fires over.
Marcelo Diaz puts a free kick from the right into the Dutch area and and it drops towards the back post. Eugenio Mena's cross back in goes out for a corner off a defender.
Chile again get in down the left and a ball across the edge of the Dutch box is left by Charles Aranguiz but Alexis Sanchez slips over before he can get in a shot at goal.
Jeremain Lens holds up the game get some treatment after he went to ground awkwardly.
Ron Vlaar is on hand to cut out a dangerous looking cross in from the left by Charles Aranguiz who slipped his marker to get on the end of a great ball into the box.
The Dutch move forward and win a free kick. Arjen Robben puts the cross into the box but again Chile head the danger away. Then Eduardo Vargas is unable to direct the header on target from a left-wing cross.
Chile have certainly had the edge in terms of possession and looking to get forward but maybe that is the Dutch's game-plan?
Eduardo Vargas is on hand to head clear as Wesley Sneijder puts the subsequent free kick into the Chile area.
Francisco Silva brings down Jeremain Lens in the middle of the park as another foul breaks up play.
Holland only need a draw to win the group as they get plenty of men behind the ball no doubt in the hope to hit Chile on the counter-attack.
Gary Medel is on the end of a second foul in the space of two minutes as Arjen Robben accidentally catches him with a stray arm going for a header.
It's been an early tussle for possession in the middle of the park in these early stages of the game with neither keeper really seeing the ball.
The action is up and running in Sao Paulo between two sides who have lit up this World Cup in Brazil so far. The Dutch are also out wearing their full orange strip for the first time with Chile all in white.
This game sees the two already qualified teams from Group B battle it out to finish top which will likely bring the added bonus of not having to face anticipated Group A winners and hosts Brazil in the last-16. Holland will fancy their chances as they have not lost a group game at a World Cup since 1994 and have only lost two of 11 outings against South American teams at World Cups and that was to Argentina in the 1978 final and Brazil in the 1994 quarter-finals. But Chile have performed well so far, particularly against Spain and have now won four of their last six World Cup matches and should not be underestimated.
Chile starting XI: Bravo, Mena, Isla, Silva, Sanchez, Vargas, Gutierrez, Medel, Jara, Aranguiz, Diaz.
Chile's star man Arturo Vidal misses out and is replaced by Felipe Gutierrez as head coach Jorge Sampaoli is forced to make just one change from the XI which defeated world champions Spain 2-0 to leave them eliminated from the tournament.
Holland starting XI: Cillessen, Vlaar, De Vrij, Blind, De Jong, Janmaat, Sneijder, Robben, Kuyt, Lens, Wijnaldum.
Dirk Kuyt, Jeremain Lens and Georginio Wijnaldum come into the starting XI as Holland coach Louis Van Gaal makes three changes to his side from the 3-2 win against Australia for their final World Cup Group B clash against Chile in Sao Paul. Robin van Persie os suspended while the injured Bruno Martins Indi and Jonathan de Guzman also sit out.