Brazil vs Chile Live Scores, Video Highlights: Hulk Handball, Miss Penalty; Brazil Progress to Round of 8 After Penalty Shootout, Chile Eliminated From World Cup 2014

Brazil and Chile finish the match after extra time level, but Brazil beat Chile 3-2 on penalties.

Brazil will take on either Uruguay or Colombia in a round of 8 match.

Here is the list of goalkeepers, penalty takers and the results.


Brazil — Julio Cesar

Chile — Claudio Bravo


1) David Luiz (goal)

2) Willian (miss)

3) Marcelo (goal)

4) Hulk (miss)

5) Neymar (goal)


1) Mauricio Pinilla (miss)

2) Alexis Sanchez (miss)

3) Charles Aránguiz (goal)

4) Marcelo Diaz (goal)

5) Gonzalo Jara (miss)


Check out the highlights below.

David Luiz scored his first international goal for Brazil in the 19th minute, thanks to assist from a corner by Neymar.

Alex Sanchez has scored for Chile against Brazil.

Eduardo Vargas assisted the goal in the 32nd minute.


In the 55th minute, Hulk had a goal disallowed for handball, and received a yellow card to boot.


Check out Charles Aránguiz’s penalty for Chile.

Here’s Neymar’s penalty that put Brazil through.

Check out an Associated Press match report.

Brazil Beats Chile in Shootout at World Cup

BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil (AP) — Neymar scored the winning penalty Saturday to give Brazil a 3-2 shootout win over Chile in the second round of the World Cup. The match had ended 1-1.

The Brazil striker scored the third penalty after David Luiz and Marcelo also scored from the spot.

Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar saved the first two penalties from Mauricio Pinilla and Alexis Sanchez and then watched Gonzalo Jara’s final attempt hit the post.

Brazil will next face either Colombia or Uruguay in the quarterfinals.

Neither team managed to score after first-half goals from Luiz and Sanchez.

When Jara’s final penalty hit the post, some of Brazil’s players celebrated wildly while others fell to the ground, exhausted and emotionally drained.

Willian, who missed a penalty for Brazil, sobbed uncontrollably, as Fred helped him to his feet.

As the crowd at the Mineirao Stadium roared, the Brazilian players joined hands in a human chain as Chile’s team stood motionless.

Brazil has reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup every time since 1994. Its last elimination in the second round was against Argentina in 1990.