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Mexico beat Cameroon this morning (you can watch the highlights here), as The Netherlands embarrassed the Spanish 5-1 (full highlights, here). The day’s final match will be between dark horse favorite Chile and pretty cool country, Australia, kicking off at 5:30 p.m. EST.
If watching the game isn’t enough, you can see full betting odds and comparative infographics on our Day 2 viewing guide.
If you want to watch online, head over to ESPN, or use the WatchESPN app. Otherwise, the game will be live-streamed by Univision, which we’ve embedded below (just scroll down a bit and the game should automatically start streaming).
See below for the official #CHIAUS Twitter updates as the game progresses in the embedded stream.
LIVE UPDATES & HIGHLIGHTS
- Game starts with crying clown singing along to Chilean National Anthem.
CHILE SCORES (11′)
- Chile makes their mark early, turning a hectic scrum in front of goal into a controlled possession in the box. Alexis Sánchez manages to score through a mass of Aussie defenders. 1-0 Chile.
CHILE SCORES AGAIN (14′)
- Chile goes up 2-0 as they are clearly the better team in this contest. Jorge Valdivia with the easy finish.
- One a positive note, Australian fans are great.
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AUSTRALIA SCORES (35′)
- Tim Cahill heads a long cross past Claudio Bravo to bring the Australians back from the dead. Chile still leads 2-1.
- Chile nearly scored their third goal in the 61st minute, but Alex Wilkinson cleared the ball off the line at the last split-second:
- Seriously, this was close. At least we finally have a reason to use the goal line technology:
- Chile’s Jean Beausejour seals the deal with a stoppage time goal off the ricochet:
That’s it! Chile takes the game, 3-1. Chile and the Netherlands lead Group B; Spain places last for now with a -4 goal differential. Whoa.
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