High flying Chile set sights on 2026 World Cup hosting

Its impressive win against Cameroon and draw with Germany positions La Roja to either defeat or draw with Australia.Chile’s Arturo Vidal will meet his former team mate kimmich from German club Bayern Munich this will be their first face off against each other after their separation.Chile almost extended their lead 14 minutes later as Eduardo Vargas’ shot hit the crossbar.But Germany equalised against the run of play four minutes before halftime when Stindl turned the ball home from close range after Emre Can’s diagonal pass had sent Jonas Hector free on the left to fire a low cross into the middle.Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop break down what stood out for them in Germany’s 1-1 draw with Chile. Three of their previous encounters were at FIFA World Cups with Germany winning all of them. The game which started on a promising note ended without any side able to clinch a victor. We won that last match in Stuttgart but we had much more difficulty in controlling the match. Both of these teams are top teams, the German national team are world champions, and even though Joachim Loew brought the second squad to Russian Federation, this team is still very competitive and capable of achieving high goals. “They are so flexible that, from time to time, you can not tell which player is playing which position”, said Loew ahead of the encounter in Kazan, Russia.Alexis Sanchez refused to be drawn on his Arsenal future after becoming Chile’s all-time top-scorer in Thursday’s (Friday in Manila) 1-1 draw with Germany at the Confederations Cup.”Now we need to rest up for Sunday s next game”.Chile’s Alexis Sanchez celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the Confederations Cup, Group B soccer match between Germany and Chile, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Thursday, June 22, 2017.It was just six minutes into the match when Chile’s forward Alexis Sanchez delivered a first goal for his team sending the ball bouncing off the right pole into the German net.Impressive in attack, but somehow vulnerable in defence, the World Cup champions’ performance in their opener has given Low a selection dilemma.The world champions take on Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions at Sochi’s Fisht Stadium today while Chile play Australia in Moscow in the final round of Group B games.”This will probably be the match with the most legwork and the most taxing match”.Mustafi’s Gunners teammate made the most of the blunder by playing a smart one-two with Vidal before bearing forward and firing a left-footed shot beyond goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.