Mauricio Pinilla is not intimidated by the possibility of Chile taking on Brazil in the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup, saying that they are able to beat anyone, and price per head services would like to see if his words prove to be true.
Monday’s 2-0 loss in Sao Paulo to the Netherlands, which was sealed by late goals from substitutes Leroy Fer and Memphis Depay, and was seen by pay per head services all over the world, showed a disappointing end to a very nice Group B campaign for Chile.
The South American squad already sealed their way to the next phase of the competition, impressing many fans and price per head services along the way, yet headed into the clash with Louis van Gaal’s players knowing that they could be on top of the group.
And pay per head services know that failure to do so means that Jorge Sampaoli’s players appear set to face Brazil next up, but striker Pinilla is not worried or intimidated about this possibility, and neither are many of the team’s fans.
“We have enough weapons to take on any opponent,” he said. “Now we have a very important game (in the next round) and we cannot fail.”
Price per head services saw that a very frustrated Sampaoli said that the Netherlands – without star striker Robin van Persie and only needing a draw – were only aiming to defend.
He said: “We could not find a solution to a team that only defended and only aspired to have long strikes, not even counter-attacks.”
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Brazil, who are the big favourites with many bookmakers and price per head services, are currently at the top of Group A from Croatia on goal difference, and on Monday the host nation will take on strugglers Cameroon in their last first-round match.
Pay per head services everywhere can’t wait to see what will happen on the pitch when this match gets underway, and will closely follow developments.