After getting over the shock of watching Spain get thrashed by Holland yesterday Chile took on Australia in the other game in Group B.
It was a game Chile deservedly won, in the end claiming a 3-1 victory. However it was a tough affair. The Soccerroos gave them the odd scare, and of course they hit the back of the net.
And it was a trademark goal from Tim Cahill that did the trick. The Australian captain started the game as a lone-striker. He played the role on some occasions whilst an Everton player.
During his time as an Evertonian, during which time he became a legendary figure, he had a penchant for scoring headed goals, despite his diminutive frame.
Yesterday's goal was no different. He out-jumped his man with ease, leaping like a salmon before powering his header beyond the impressive Chile stopper Claudio Bravo.
The goal also means Cahill has now scored at three different World Cup competitions - joining an elite list of names to have pulled off such a feat.
He is now in that group with the likes of David Beckham, Michel Platini, Diego Maradona and Ronaldo.
And he has posted a Tweet today stating how proud he is to have achieved such an amazing statistic - even if they did lose 3-1...