After a remarkable game like that, it only makes sense Chile go on to win the Copa America Centenario. Things, however, aren't as easy as it sounds. La Roja take on Colombia at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois for a chance at a meeting with Argentina in the final.
La Roja have gone from less to more in this tournament. After an opening defeat to Argentina and a less-than-stellar performance against Bolivia, Juan Antonio Pizzi's side bounced back to beat Panama and thrash Mexico in historic fashion.
On the other hand, Colombia have taken the opposite route. Los Cafeteros beat the United States and Paraguay in their first two matches before losing to Costa Rica and needing a penalty shootout to get past Peru. While that has to be put in the context of this match, Colombia remain a dangerous side with the likes of Carlos Bacca and James Rodriguez leading the team.
Needless to say, as Chile showed in the quarterfinals, at this stage of the competition form matters little and these contrasts could well make for one of the most entertaining matches of the Copa America Centenario.
There is also plenty to see if you are a Liga MX fan. Monterrey midfielder Edwin Cardona has been an integral part of Colombia's squad, and Necaxa forward Edson Puch has been one of the revelations in Chile's squad. Dayro Moreno and Francisco Silva could also make second half cameos, with the latter closing in on a move to Cruz Azul from Chiapas.
Match date/time: Wednesday 8pm EST, 7pm local
Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
TV: Univision (US - Spanish), Univision Deportes Network (US- Spanish), Fox Sports 1 (US-English), Caracol TV (Colombia), RCN Television (Colombia), Canal 13 (Chile)
Radio: Futbol de Primera