Brazil shattered the hopes of Chile in reaching next year's World Cup, beating them 3-0 at Allianz Parque, according to Mirror. The goalscorers on target for Brazil were Paulihno (55') and Gabriel Jesus (57', 90+2'). The Brazilians were absolutely dominant in the match, piling pressure on Chile's half and were able to take on their chances. At the other side, Chile had some fine chances in front of goal when Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez almost struck the equalizer.

The Chileans played the match without the likes of Arturo Vidal, who would've contributed significantly in the midfield and his absence apparently affected the performance of Juan Antonio Pizzi's side.

Following the outcome of the match, Chile is eliminated from qualifying for the World Cup. They finished sixth with twenty-six points, while Brazil tops the CONMEBOL standings with 41 points. Here's an analysis of the match.

Brazil outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Ederson (seven points). Defender - Dani Alves (7.13), Miranda (7.12), Marquinhos (6.58), Alex Sandro (7.24). Midfielder - Casemiro (7.71), Philippe Coutinho (6.87), Paulinho (7.89), Renato Augusto (6.74), Neymar (7.67). Forward - Gabriel Jesus (8.68). Used substitutes - Fernandinho (6.19), Willian (6.90), Roberto Firmino (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Brazil often stole the ball from Chile players and went on to set up goal bound opportunities through counter attacks, set pieces and through balls.

They were fantastically solid at finishing.

Style of play: Adenor Leonardo Bacchi's side held more possession on Chile's half and launched attacks from the middle. In addition, they favored long passes.

Chile outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Claudio Bravo (5.52). Defender - Mauricio Isla (6.28), Gonzalo Jara (six points), Gary Medel (6.15), Jean Beausejour (5.57).

Midfielder - Pablo Hernández (seven points), José Fuenzalida (5.72), Charles Aránguiz (6.34), Jorge Valdívia (seven points). Forward - Eduardo Vargas (six points). Used substitutes - Alexis Sánchez (six points), Erick Pulgar (5.68), Esteban Paredes (six points), Edson Puch (5.88).

Team's strength and weakness: Juan Antonio Pizzi's men created chances through long balls and long shots.

However, they committed lots of individual fumbles, especially in the defense.

Style of play: Chile played with width, favored through balls and crosses.

Man of the Match

Gabriel Jesus was fantastic in the attack. Jesus single-handedly sank Chile by scoring two goals. He had a total of thirty-six touches.