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Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar saved two spot-kicks in a shootout against Chile to send the hosts into the World Cup quarterfinals 3-2 on penalties following a pulsating 1-1 draw after extra time Saturday.David Luiz put Brazil ahead after 18 minutes but Alexis Sanchez equalized for Chile before halftime.Chile, however, leveled 14 minutes later after making the most of a throw-in mix-up between Hulk and Marcelo to send Alexis into the box and the forward drilling in to stun the crowd into temporary silence.Dani Alves tested Claudio Bravo with a thundering long-range effort but the Chile keeper did well to tip it over the bar.At the other end Cesar pulled off a sensational save to deny Charles Aranguiz from point-blank range in a pulsating game where players of both teams resembled tightrope walkers with no safety with one wrong pass proving costly.
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