The Chilean national soccer team defeated a powerful Argentine club side, Boca Juniors, by 5 goals to 1 in Santiago on Tuesday (20 April).
GV CHILE PLAYING (IN WHITE) FROM RIGHT TO LEFT: Ball is crossed and headed into the goal by Caszely (Chile)
GV Boca Juniors attacking FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: (IN BLUE SHORTS AND YELLOW STRIPED SHIRTS) No. 7 shoots, the ball skims crossbar as it goes over.
GV Chile takes corner, and goal by Moscoso: scoreboard indicates: Chile 2, Boca Juniors 0 (2 shots)
GV Boca Juniors attacking, but Chilean goal-keeper Osben picks up ball from cross
GV Chilean player Caszely takes ball through Argentina's defence to score (3 shots)
SV SECOND HALF: Boca Juniors take free kick into Chilean goal mouth, and Matuscyczk scores from rebound off post: Boca Juniors 1, Chile 3: on scoreboard (2 shots)
GV Boca Juniors attack Chilean goal mouth; ball is cleared by Chile to set up attack,and Boca Juniors' Luques scores an own-goal: score: Chile 4, Boca Juniors 1.
GV Chile attacking in Boca half, and scores through Neira (3 shots) Chile 5, Boca Juniors 1, final score.
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Background: The Chilean national soccer team defeated a powerful Argentine club side, Boca Juniors, by 5 goals to 1 in Santiago on Tuesday (20 April). The match was intended as a preparation for the World Cup Finals in Spain in June. The Boca Juniors contained many players in contention for places in the Argentine national side, the current holders of the World Cup. But it was the Chilean team that ran out clear winners on Tuesday. Playing in the white gear, Chile went into a 3-0 half-time lead with two goals from Caszely and one from Moscoso. In the second half, Boca Juniors, in the yellow and blue gear, pulled a goal back through Matuscyczk, but the Chileans reestablished a three-goal lead when Luques of the Boca Juniors scored an own goal. Neira of Chile completed the rout with a late goal to make the final score Chile 5, Boca Juniors 1. The match was played in the National Stadium in Santiago before a crowd of more than 24,000 people.