The shot-stopper saw three goals go past him.Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo knows that la Roja exit the tournament having given their utmost to beat Brazil, but complained about his side's inability to defend.
Despite playing well for the first 20 minutes, Chile cracked when Brazil turned up the heat and were brushed aside 3-0 with Juan, Luis Fabiano and Robinho doing the damage.
"We leave the tournament knowing that we gave everything on the pitch. We are a very fragile team at times. We attack very well, but we have to know when to defend," the goalkeeper told the press after the game.
Bravo feels Brazil have what it takes to go on and win the tournament, describing them as the strongest side in South Africa.
"We expected something else," he added.
"We gave it our best, but Brazil were just better. This is the best team in the world right now. We could not have played any better."
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