Match facts: Chile v Australia (World Cup 2014)
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Chile's Sanchez and Australia's Cahill
Ahram Online
Saturday 14 Jun 2014
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Ahram Online provided live score update of the World Cup group stage match between Chile and Australia (Group B) on Friday

Full time: Chile 3-1 Australia
Scorers: Alexis Sanchez 12, Jorge Valdivia 14, Jean Beausejour 90+2/ Tim Cahill 35 


Starting lineups:

Chile: Claudio Bravo (captain), Mauricio Isla, Eugenio Mena, Gary Medel, Gonzalo Jara, Charles Aranguiz, Marcelo Diaz, Arturo Vidal (Felipe Gutierrez 60), Jorge Valdivia (Jean Beausejour 68), Alexis Sanchez, Eduardo Vargas (Mauricio Pinilla 88).

Australia: Mat Ryan, Ivan Franjic (Ryan McGowan 49), Jason Davidson, Matthew Spiranovic, Alex Wilkinson, Mark Milligan, Mile Jedinak (Ben Halloran 69), Mark Bresciano (James Troisi 78), Matthew Leckie, Tommy Oar, Tim Cahill.

Yellow cards: Tim Cahill 45, Mile Jedinak 58, Mark Milligan 67 (Australia)/ Charles Aranguiz 68 (Chile)

Venue:

Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba.

Officials

Referee: Noumandiez Doue (CIV)

Assistants: Songuifolo YEO (CIV), Jean Claude BIRUMUSHAHU (BDI)

Fourth official: Roberto MORENO (PAN)

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