Fans celebrated in Santiago after Chile knocked Spain out of World Cup competition. Spain won the previous World Cup in 2010. (June 19)
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1. Chilean fans waving Chilean flag and celebrating
2. Various of fans celebrating
3. Various of fans celebrating at Plaza Italia
4. Fans celebrating, flare in distance
5. Fans chanting
6. Fans taking selfie, man saying (Spanish) "We won"
7. Various of fans celebrating on roof of bus stop
Football fans celebrated in the Chilean capital, Santiago, on Wednesday night as Chile knocked defending champion Spain out of the World Cup with a 2-0 win.
By making the knockout stage it has matched what the team did four years ago under coach Marcelo Bielsa.
Chile's Eduardo Vargas scored in the 20th minute.
The second goal followed in the 43th minute, when Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas punched a free kick to the feet of Charles Aranguiz, who fired a rising shot right back past the veteran captain.
Chile and the Netherlands will play to decide the Group B winner.
Both will advance to the final 16 knockout round, but the winner will be seeded higher.