Chile's Arturo Vidal looks up at the end of the Confederations Cup final soccer match between Chile and Germany, at the St.Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Sunday July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
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South American champions Chile have promised to stay faithful to their adventurous approach, which often threatens to blow their opponents away but also leaves their own defense dangerously exposed.Marcelo Bielsa, the eccentric Argentine coach who took them to the 2010 World Cup, began the transformation which was continued by Jorge Sampaoli, who led them to their first major title, the Copa America in 2015, and by Pizzi.Under Pizzi they also won last year's Copa Centenario, a special tournament to celebrate the Copa America's 100th anniversary.Pizzi admitted that poor finishing let them down in Russia.
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