Canada joins the Netherlands in the knockout stage after beating New Zealand.
The Netherlands convincingly beat Cameroon 3-1 on Saturday while Canada won against New Zealdn 2-0.
Fans attending the Sweden-Chile game were treated to a roaring rendition of 1970's French feminist anthem.
Chile joins Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay in World Cup bid
"We are devastated to lose him but we have so many happy memories and could not have been more proud of him," his family said in a statement announcing his death.
The quartet are also thinking about bidding to host the European football championships in 2032.
Move comes after team reached semi-final in this year's tournament.
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Competitors come in many forms, some are teams going toe-to-toe on a playing field whilst others pit their skills in digital arenas. Then there are those with no opponents, challenging themselves, and the status quo, in musical concert halls.
"I'm OK; I am not and was not hospitalised," the retired player said on Instagram.
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Uruguay defeated Russia in a 3-0 win.
Sweden's Durmaz racially abused for a mistake that led to German win
Colombia thrashed Poland with a 3-0 win, eliminating Poland out of the World Cup.
In a closely contended match, Japan and Senegal draw 2-2.
Nigeria were on the attack and beat Iceland 2-0 in the World Cup.
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Two Iceland football fans have paid homage to the spirit of the Vikings by travelling 5,000 kilometres to watch their team play in the World Cup
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A shortage of carbon dioxide gas in Northern Europe has left beer and soft drinks producers struggling to meet demand, according to an industry magazine.
The match marked the first time that Poland had faced Senegal in any competition, and Senegal’s first World Cup since 2002, when they finished seventh.