Chilean Miners Back Chile's World Cup 2014 Effort in Brazil

Will Tidey@willtideySenior Manager, GlobalMay 29, 2014

It was a story that captured the attention of the world. In 2010, Chilean miners were trapped and survived underground for 69 days before emerging as heroes upon their rescue.

Those same men have come together to inspire Chile's World Cup effort in Brazil this summer, which will see the South American team face Spain, Netherlands and Australia in a seriously testing group stage.

As per the Associated Press (via Newsday), the title of the above clip translates as, "Nothing is impossible for a Chilean."

[YouTube]

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