Brazil advanced to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after a 3-2 penalty shootout win over Chile.
Former Blue David Luiz put the home side ahead with a controversial goal before Alexis Sanchez equalised with 30 minutes gone. A further 90 minutes of football could not separate the sides, and luck was on Brazil's side in the resulting shootout.
Minutes Played: 105
Key Passes: 2
Oscar was his usual versatile self in the first knockout game of the tournament.
Against a tough Chile side, he made five tackles and three clearances to keep the scores level.
Although he could only watch from the sidelines during the penalty shootout, his tenacity was key to Brazil's win.
Minutes Played: 15
Penalties Scored: 0
Willian replaced Oscar after 105 minutes when his Chelsea teammate ran out of steam.
He completed 89 percent of his passes but choked when it came to taking the second penalty of the shootout, setting Brazilian nerves jangling needlessly.
Minutes Played: 40
Fouls Committed: 3
Ramires was also his usual self when he replaced Fernandinho on 72 minutes.
He committed three fouls and completed 58 percent of his passes, seeing a scuffed shot slip past Claudio Bravo's post.