The match in November, played at the Tehelné Pole stadium, ended without Slovakia and Chile managing to convert.
The figure of the party was Martin Dúbravka. The Slovak goalkeeper showed his quality by containing 5 shots.
Brayán Cortéz was another outstanding player. The Chilean goalkeeper showed his quality by containing 4 shots.
It was a duel with game locked, marked by interruptions and fouls. There were 2 cautioned: Arturo Vidal and Gary Medel.
Slovakia coach Francesco Calzona stopped the starting eleven in a 4-3-3 formation with Martin Dúbravka in goal; Peter Pekarík, Lubomir Satka, Milan Skriniar and Vernon De Marco on the defensive line; Marek Hamsík, Stanislav Lobotka and László Bénes in the middle; and Tomás Suslov, Róbert Bozeník and Ondrej Duda in attack.
For their part, those chosen by Eduardo Berizzo took to the field of play with a 4-4-2 scheme with Brayán Cortéz under the three sticks; Juan Delgado, Paulo Díaz, Guillermo Maripán and Gabriel Suazo in defense; Gary Medel, Felipe Méndez, Arturo Vidal and Marcelino Núñez in midfield; and Alexis Sánchez and Diego Rubio up front.
The judge chosen to lead the match at the Tehelné Pole stadium was Ondrej Berka.
With this result, the host accumulates 1 point throughout the contest and occupies thirty-second place. For its part, the visit adds 3 units and is located in thirtieth place.
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