World Cup 2010: Official Chile Squad - Suazo Makes The List Despite Injury

Zaragoza forward has a hamstring injury...
Chile coach Marcelo Bielsa has selected his final 23-man squad for the World Cup finals, with the reportedly injured Humberto Suazo included in the list.

The 29-year-old Zaragoza forward is understood to have a torn hamstring and although the exact extent of the injury is not yet known, Bielsa is obviously hopeful that Suazo will be available to play some part.

As a result, Colo Colo defender Roberto Cereceda is the final player to drop out of the squad. The 25-year-old was widely tipped as the player to miss out on the final selection.

Chile start their World Cup campaign with the match against Honduras on June 16.

Goalkeepers -
Claudio Bravo
Real Sociedad (ESP)
Miguel Pinto
Universidad de Chile
Luis Marin
Union Espanola
Defenders -
Waldo Ponce
Universidad Catolica
Gary Medel
Boca Juniors (ARG)
Arturo Vidal
Bayer Leverkusen (GER)
Ismael Fuentes
Universidad Catolica
Pablo Contreras
PAOK (GRE)
Gonzalo Jara
West Bromwich Albion (ENG)
Mauricio Isla Udinese (ITA)
Midfielders -
Gonzalo Fierro Flamengo (BRA)
Carlos Carmona
Reggina (ITA)
Rodrigo Millar
Flamengo (BRA)
Marco Estrada
Universidad de Chile
Rodriguez Tello
Besiktas (TUR)
Matias Fernandez Sporting (POR)
Jorge Valdivia
Al Ain (UAE)
Forwards -
Mark Gonzalez CSKA Moscow (RUS)
Jean Beausejour America (MEX)
Alexis Sanchez Udinese (ITA)
Esteban Paredes
Colo Colo
Humberto Suazo Zaragoza (ESP)
Fabian Orellana
Xerez (ESP)




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