Brazil vs. Chile: Live Player Ratings

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Brazil vs. Chile: Live Player Ratings
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Brazil are through to the quarterfinals following penalty shoot-out victory over Chile.

Following are ratings and analysis for both sets of players.

Brazil Player Ratings
Player Half-Time Full-Time Final
Julio Cesar 5 7 9
Dani Alves 6 6 7
Thiago Silva 7 7 7
David Luiz 6 7 8
Marcelo 6 6 7
Fernandinho 7 6 6
Luiz Gustavo 6 6 6
Hulk 5 5 5
Oscar 6 6 6
Neymar 7 6 7
Fred 4 4 4
Jo N/A 4 4
Ramires N/A 5 5
Willian N/A N/A 5

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Half-Time analysis for Brazil

Julio Cesar: No chance on Sanchez’ perfectly-placed finish.

Dani Alves: Tested Bravo with a vicious shot from distance late in the first half.

Thiago Silva: Flicked Neymar’s corner into the path of David Luiz, although it was Jara who got the final touch.

David Luiz: Had to be sharp to prevent Chile taking the lead after Luiz Gustavo’s give-away.

Marcelo: Decent enough going forward, but defensively suspect.

Fernandinho: Escaped a booking after clattering into Aranguiz in the early going.

Luiz Gustavo: Gave the ball away late in the first half, allowing Chile a quality goalscoring opportunity.

Hulk: Gifted Sanchez the ball ahead of the equaliser.

Oscar: Just not as involved on the right as he would be through the middle.

Neymar: Took the corner that lead the opener and also made an in important track-back to poke the ball off Sanchez.

Fred: Who?

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Full-Time analysis for Brazil

Julio Cesar: Made an outstanding reaction save to deny Aranguiz.

Dani Alves: Gave the ball away to Sanchez at least twice in the second half.

Thiago Silva: Is having to bail out the mistakes of his teammates.

David Luiz: Ended up being credited with Brazil’s opener.

Marcelo: Hasn’t been a liability and has generally outperformed Dani Alves.

Fernandinho: Withdrawn in favour of Ramires following a mostly disappointing 72 minutes.

Luiz Gustavo: Distribution has been uncharacteristically poor.

Hulk: Had the ball in the back of the net just before the hour-mark, but it was controversially disallowed for offside.

Oscar: Tired himself out battling on the defensive side of the ball.

Neymar: Had a headed chance in the 81st minute that Bravo did well to stop.

Fred: Withdrawn in favour of Jo after going MIA.

Jo: Should have scored when Hulk crossed beautifully to the far post.

Ramires: Could have sprung Neymar late on but completely misplaced his pass.

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Final analysis for Brazil

Julio Cesar: The hero of the hour.

Dani Alves: Seemed to get a sudden burst of energy in extra time.

Thiago Silva: Led by example—a captain’s performance.

David Luiz: Scored the first penalty of the shoot-out.

Marcelo: Put Brazil 2-0 up on penalties.

Fernandinho: Withdrawn in favour of Ramires following a mostly disappointing 72 minutes.

Luiz Gustavo: Will be a big loss in the next round.

Hulk: Denied by Bravo from 12 yards.

Oscar: Tired himself out battling on the defensive side of the ball.

Neymar: Stuttered and converted his penalty.

Fred: Withdrawn in favour of Jo after going MIA.

Jo: Had a good opportunity to put Brazil ahead when Neymar’s corner found him perfectly.

Ramires: Drove a late shot just wide of the near post.

Willian: Missed the target on his penalty.

Chile Player Ratings
Player Half-Time Full-Time Final
Claudio Bravo 6 7 8
Francisco Silva 6 7 7
Gary Medel 6 7 8
Gonzalo Jara 5 7 7
Mauricio Isla 6 6 7
Charles Aranguiz 6 6 6
Arturo Vidal 7 8 8
Marcelo Diaz 6 8 7
Eugenio Mena 5 6 6
Alexis Sanchez 8 7 7
Eduardo Vargas 6 6 6
Felipe Gutierrez N/A 6 6
Mauricio Pinilla N/A 5 5
Jose Rojas N/A N/A 5

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Half-Time analysis for Chile

Claudio Bravo: Helpless on the Jara own goal; made a terrific save on Dani Alves.

Francisco Silva: Struggling mightily when Neymar runs at him.

Gary Medel: Distribution out of the backline has been good, but he hasn’t exactly been convincing when attacked with speed.

Gonzalo Jara: Opened the scoring with an own goal from a Neymar corner.

Mauricio Isla: Helping Sanchez overload that right-hand side.

Charles Aranguiz: Took a foul on Neymar out of frustration following his collision with Fernandinho.

Arturo Vidal: Stuck his backside into Neymar but escaped a booking.

Marcelo Diaz: It’s vital that he gets more involved—Chile desperately require his influence on the ball.

Eugenio Mena: Picked up a booking and will miss the quarter-finals, should Chile progress.

Alexis Sanchez: Pounced on Hulk’s mistake and finished expertly inside the far corner for the equaliser.

Eduardo Vargas: Intercepted Hulk’s careless ball and sent put it through for Sanchez to score.

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Full-Time analysis for Chile

Claudio Bravo: Made an incredible save on Hulk in the 84th minute.

Francisco Silva: Made an important intervention on Neymar after the forward had dispossessed Diaz.

Gary Medel: Hardly tested in the second half.

Gonzalo Jara: Has so far won all his aerial battles.

Mauricio Isla: Keeping close to Hulk and taking time and space away from both Marcelo and Neymar as well.

Charles Aranguiz: His fierce effort from in close was saved by Julio Cesar.

Arturo Vidal: Not quite match-fit and was withdrawn shortly before the full-time whistle.

Marcelo Diaz: Became immediately more involved after the restart.

Eugenio Mena: Not giving Dani Alves or Oscar the slightest bit of freedom.

Alexis Sanchez: The most dangerous forward on the pitch in the second half.

Eduardo Vargas: Lasted until the 57th minute, when he was replaced by Gutierrez.

Felipe Gutierrez: Only enhancing Chile’s possessional dominance.

Mauricio Pinilla: Five touches in the second half after a late introduction.

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Final analysis for Chile

Claudio Bravo: Made an incredible save on Hulk in the 84th minute.

Francisco Silva: Made a vital block on Jo’s effort early in extra time.

Gary Medel: Did well to cut out Neymar’s cross to Willian early in the second period of extra time.

Gonzalo Jara: Hit the post on the decisive penalty.

Mauricio Isla: Played his best game of the World Cup against Brazil.

Charles Aranguiz: Could barely talk by the time the referee called an end to extra time.

Arturo Vidal: Not quite match-fit and was withdrawn shortly before the full-time whistle.

Marcelo Diaz: Tired noticeably in extra time.

Eugenio Mena: Won the ball off Dani Alves midway through the second period of extra time.

Alexis Sanchez: Denied by Julio Cesar from the spot.

Eduardo Vargas: Lasted until the 57th minute, when he was replaced by Gutierrez.

Felipe Gutierrez: Contributed a trio of tackles on the defensive side of the ball.

Mauricio Pinilla: He rang a ferocious drive off the crossbar in the final minute of extra time.

Jose Rojas: Made an absolutely vital last-man tackle.

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