Brazil beat South American rival Chile on Monday night, 3-0, to advance to the quarterfinals of the World Cup football tournament in South Africa.
It's been a decade of dominance by the Brazilians over the Chileans. Before a crowd of more than 54,000 people, Brazil recorded its eighth consecutive victory over Chile, a winning streak spanning 10 years.
The Brazilians broke the game open with two quick goals in the first half. Juan opened the scoring in the 35th minute with a header off a corner kick. Three minutes later, Luis Fabiano increased Brazil's lead. He received a one-touch pass from Kaka, dribbled past Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and then knocked the ball into an open net. It was Fabiano's third goal at this World Cup. Robinho wrapped up the scoring in the 59th minute.
During the match, a couple of fans walked around the stadium with two giant gold replicas of the World Cup trophy. Based on the way the Brazilians are playing now, the five-time World Cup champions could very well reclaim the real trophy on July 11, when the final is held.
a one-touch pass: 也叫 a one-time pass，单触传球，直接传球。
dribble past an opponent: 带球过人。
He is mobile and quick and has this exciting ability to dribble past defenders.