Chile's forward Eduardo Vargas celebrates with Chile's Argentinian coach Jorge Sampaoli after scoring a goal during a Group B football match between Spain and Chile. (AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BERNETTI)
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First half goals from Eduardo Vargas and Charles Aranguiz gave Chile a famous victory over the defending world and European champions to delight their huge travelling support.Chile controlled their lead impressively having looked sharper and more committed than Spain throughout the first half.Chile's final game of Group B is against the Netherlands, who have also already qualified, but the top spot in the group remains up for grabs.The Chile coach was not ready to start making grand predictions for his team.Sampaoli singled out midfielder Arturo Vidal, who had knee surgery last month, for the way he battled against pain.
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