The Spain vs. Chile match will broadcast at 3 pm ET on Wednesday, June 18 on ESPN (USA).
Chile plays Australia at 6 pm ET on Friday, June 13 in the Cuiaba venue.
6 teams from South America are in the 2014 World Cup Finals. They are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Uruguay.
Netherlands plays Chile at 12 pm ET on Monday, June 23 in the Sao Paulo venue.
Chile were eliminated from the 2014 FIFA World Cup in the Round of 16 on June 28, having lost to hosts Brazil in a penalty shootout. Both teams were tied 1-1 after both periods of added extra time, resulting in the penalty shootout tiebreaker where Brazil scored three and Chile only scored two. Notably, Chile have never defeated Brazil on Brazilian home soil in 27 matches, with 21 losses (including the 2014 FIFA World Cup Round of 16 match), 6 draws, and no wins.
Eduardo Vargas (Chile) was designated the Man of the Match.
The Chile vs. Australia match will broadcast at 6 pm ET on Friday, June 13 on ESPN2 (USA).
The Netherlands vs. Chile match will broadcast at 12 pm ET on Monday, June 23 on ESPN (USA).
Brazil will hoist the world cup in 2014.
Spain plays Netherlands at 3 pm ET on Friday, June 13 in the Salvador venue.
Australia plays Spain at 12 pm ET on Monday, June 23 in the Curitiba venue.
Chile defeated Spain. This match guaranteed Chile and fellow group member, the Netherlands, would advance into the Round of 16.The match also simultaneously ensured Australia and Spain, who were both in Group B with Chile, would be eliminated from the tournament. Spain's early exit from the 2014 FIFA World Cup marked the first time a defending world champion was effectively eliminated from the tournament having only played two matches.The statistics of the match are as follows:Spain 0-2 Chile18 June 2014 (16:00) Managers:Vicente del Bosque (Spain)Jorge Sampaoli (Chile)Man of the Match: Eduardo Vargas (Chile) Location: EstÃ¡dio do MaracanÃ£, Rio de JaneiroAttendance: 74,101Head Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)Spain's Goalscorers:NoneChile's Goalscorers:Eduardo Vargas - 20'Charles ArÃ¡nguiz - 43'Yellow Cards: 3 Arturo Vidal - 27' (Chile)Xabi Alonso - 40' (Spain)Eugenio Mena - 61' (Chile)Red Cards:None