Brazil nuts: The five-time winners face Chile in their last-16 tie in Johannesburg.
Foot up: Chile's Humberto Suazo fights for the ball with Brazil's Lucio.
Eye on the ball: Brazil midfielder Gilberto Silva fights for the ball with Chile striker Jean Beausejour.
Good touch: Brazil's Robinho takes the ball past Chile's Alexis.
Sliding in: Brazil's defender Juan tackles Humberto Suazo of Chile.
Brazil's Luis Fabiano hits the ball into the net to give his side a two goal lead at Ellis Park.
Celebration: Luis Fabiano (right) celebrates with Kaka (left) after scoring against Chile.
Goalbound: Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has no chance to stop Robinho's strike which made the score 3-0 to Brazil
Making a point: Brazil's Robinho (left) celebrates with Kaka (right) after scoring Brazil's third goal against Chile
Group hug: Brazil's players Embrace after Robinho adds a third goal against Chile
34 min GOAL Brazil 1-0 Chile (Juan) A header, and what a header! Maicon swung the corner in, an out-swinger, and that was fully 16 yards from Juan. A real Scud of a header. It flew past Bravo!
37 min GOAL Brazil 2-0 Chile (Luis Fabiano) Beautiful from Brazil! A decisive break! Robinho comes in off the left hand side, picks out Kaka in the centre, who picks out a perfect ball for the perfect run from Luis Fabiano, who was just about level with Fuentes, rounds Bravo and tucks into an empty net. That's a goal of the highest quality from Brazil, and after a fairly even half an hour, they suddenly look in a different class.
HALF TIME Brazil 2-0 Chile Chile will be rather of glad of that, really. That last ten minutes by Brazil may be one of the most impressive passages of play I've seen yet in this World Cup.
59 min GOAL Brazil 3-0 Chile (Robinho) There it is! Game over! And it was Ramires that made that! A surging run from midfield. Chile backed off him like he had the lurgy, and allowed him to run all the way to the edge of the area. He slipped it inside to Robinho, who curled a finish past Bravo with pinpoint accuracy. A finish fit for a Nike advert. That should be it for Chile. Not necessarily for Brazil, though.
FULL TIME Brazil 3-0 Chile There we are, then. Super, super performance from Brazil. Where Spain struggled over the line, Brazil erased the line with their toes and then samba-danced all over it with shoes scuffed white.
Brazil all the way. Their three goals showcased three different sides of their game: the half heading in a corner, the surgical dissection of a defence with short, intricate passes, and the surging break from penalty to area finished in emphatic style. A team for all seasons, and a team for all reasons. That made very little sense, but you do really feel they have the swagger of potential world champions on this display. The profligate Brazil of old would have let in a sloppy consolation. Not Team Dunga. They scrapped and struggled right to the end. No passengers, no prisoners. Chile, for all their blood, sweat and 25-yard smears, could do little about the fact that Brazil were Brazil, and they were only Chile.