For the fourth consecutive match, Brazil have failed to impress expectant fans. This time around, they can't brush off their draw and move on, hoping for a better performance in the next match. In this instance, they need to head to extra time, tied 1-1 with Chile.
Brazil took the lead in the 18th minute through David Luiz, who scored his first career international goal on a corner, but Chile equalized by taking advantage of a Hulk turnover, with Alexis Sanchez netting the 32nd minute equalizer.
The second half was pretty even, with both teams coming up with big chances and forcing their opposing goalkeeper into big saves. Hulk had a second half goal disallowed, while Julio Cesar arguably made the best save of the game, pretty late in the half from point-blank range.
Brazil look to have the upper hand heading into extra time, just for fitness reasons. Chile look tired, while Arturo Vidal has been substituted out.