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And Vidal is aware that Vicente del Bosque's men will be looking to turn around their fortunes with a vengeance in the next World Cup match.
"We know that they will play with great anger, we hope to rise to the occasion," Vidal told the press.
"Nobody could expect a defeat like that."
Vidal, who recovered from surgery in May to be fit to start in Chile's opener - a 3-1 win over Australia - and then threw a water bottle when he was substituted after 60 minutes, admits that his depleted fitness after playing for the first time in a month was incredibly frustrating.
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"The important thing is that I played."
Chile know that a win over Spain in their second match of the group stage would see them qualify for the last 16 should Australia fail to beat Netherlands.