Sanchez's dinked free-kick is headed clear, and that is the final whistle. It ends Chile 3-3 Mexico in Santiago.
- 2nd Half
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- 1st Half
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Vidal is too casual on the right, but Chile recycle and Valdivia wins a free-kick as Osuna makes a late challenge on the right-hand side of the Mexico area.
Jimenez gets the ball down the left and cuts into the box but Aranguiz makes a last-gasp tackle.
Three minutes of additional time, and Isla is over to make strong challenge on Vuoso in the Chile penalty area.
Pinilla makes a good tackle on Flores, but then dives in on a second challenge on Guemez and deservedly gets a yellow card.
Flores makes a great tackle in front of Beausejour from Sanchez's low cross from the right.
Jean Beausejour replaces Albornoz down the left. The former Wigan defender immediately forces a save from Corona.
Chile are too elaborate on the edge of the area, and Vidal is unable to put in Pinilla after some pinball involving Isla.
Mauricio Pinilla replaces Vargas up front for Chile.
Dominguez concedes another foul and Chile have another chance to swing the ball in. It finally reaches Mena from Aranguiz's cross to the far post, but the substitute's shot is blocked.
Flores gets the ball down the Mexico right but Vuoso opts to lay the cross off when perhaps he should have taken it on himself.
Vidal gets the ball 20 yards from goal but Salcedo blocks his run and the move comes to an end.
Sanchez is offside as he pokes home at the far post a lovely threaded cross by Isla. That was very tight!
Jara looks long with a diagonal ball which floats beyond Vargas and out of play.
That foul is Corona's final action of the match - Mario Osuna comes on for his third cap.
Isla is brought down on the right by Corona and Chile have a free-kick which Aranguiz will take, but Flores heads clear.
Mexico are looking for a winner, as Flores crosses from the right but Medel clears and Sanchez breaks.
CHANCE: Valdivia drags his shot wide after Vidal unselfishly recycles a second ball following a Sanchez centre.
Carlos Salcedo comes on for Mexico, replacing Aldrete, while Eugenio Mena replaces Diaz for Chile.
Sanchez puts in a cross towards Vargas but Ayala is across to make a hefty challenge.
Sanchez shoots wide from the right after being put in by a switch in play by Valdivia.
This is some match - just moments after Chile should have gone 4-2 up, it is now 3-3!
GOAL: Chile 3-3 Mexico. Vuoso nets his second of the night as he hangs of the shoulder of the last defender to run onto Aldrete's lofted pass before sliding his shot past Bravo.
Javier Aquino replaces Medina for Mexico.
Valdivia rasps a shot past Corona but the effort is ruled out for offside. It looks, however, as if Vidal was onside when he cushioned the header back.
Dominguez chips a hopeful ball from the back and Jimenez almost makes something from it, but just fails to control.
Guemez concedes the foul in midfield as Mexico's discipline starts to fade.
Chile try a slick passing movement down the right but Vidal loses control of the ball.
Corona gets the ball down the right but Medel the Pitbull is over to make a snappy tackle.
Sanchez pushes Flores in a Chile attack and concedes the foul.
Valdivia tries to thread in Aranguiz but Mexico are able to clear.
GOAL: Chile 3-2 Mexico. Vidal sends Corona the wrong way for his second goal of the night, and third in the Copa America so far.
PENALTY: Sanchez puts in Vargas 12 yards from goal but Flores clips his heels and referee Carrillo points to the spot.
Sanchez and Aranguiz combine down the right but Vargas shoots weakly straight at Corona.
Vargas turns 30 yards from goal and tries to chip in the oncoming Vidal but it gathers pace from the turf and Corona fields.
Valdivia wins a free-kick 30 yards from goal but Diaz shoots his set-piece straight at the wall.
Diaz attempts a training-ground free-kick but Sanchez fails to get any purchase on his shot.
Ayala trips Sanchez 35 yards from goal and Chile have an opportunity of a shot from distance.
Isla wins the ball down the right and crosses to the back post but Valenzuela is able to clear with a back header.
Aranaguiz is robbed by Valenzuela, who can clear at the second attempt.
SAVE: Mexico kick off the second half from left to right. Jimenez tries a snapshot from the edge of the area which is well saved down to his right by Bravo.
Sanchez tries an optimistic effort from distance, and that is the half-time whistle in Santiago.
Aranguiz manages to dig the ball out from underneath his heels but Corona is able to make the save easily.
Not great marking from Mexico in allowing Vargas the room to get the header in.
GOAL: Chile 2-2 Mexico. Sanchez feeds Vidal down the right, who in turn plays a one-two with Isla. Vidal then crosses to towards the penalty spot and Vargas slams his header past Corona.
Dominguez fouls Vidal in the centre circle but Mexico win the ball back, but Corona tries a hopeful effort from near the halfway line that goes miles wide.
Sanchez wriggles into the left-hand side of the area but Flores gets a touch to tackle.
Jara miskicks trying to clear a hopeful Valenzuela effort but then recovers to shepherd the ball back to Bravo.
Sanchez gets the ball down the Mexico right but Valenzuela is over to concede the corner, which comes to nothing.
The cross goes deep to the back post but Vuoso is unable to get any purchase on his jump and the chance is wasted.
Vidal catches Corona on the Mexico left and the Juventus midfielder receives the first yellow card of the match.
Diaz sets up Vargas but the shot is blocked.
Corona floats the ball in towards Jimenez but Bravo is out from his goal to catch.
Sanchez sees his floated effort drift wide of Corona's goal.
Sanchez wins a free-kick as Flores clips his heels as he runs away from goal.
Vargas sees a weak effort saved by Mexico goalkeeper Corona.
GOAL: Chile 1-2 Mexico. Jimenez heads Aldrete's penalty-spot directed corner past Bravo for his seventh international goal for Mexico.
SAVE: Jimenez sets up Corona to cross, and Flores sees his header brilliantly tipped onto the bar by Bravo.
Aranguiz gets in front of Corona to an angled ball into the area but he is unable to keep the ball in play.
Medel sloppily gives the ball away and Mexico have a throw on the right.
Valenzuela catches Sanchez and leaves the Arsenal man grimacing in the centre circle.
GOAL: Chile 1-1 Mexico. Vidal makes it 1-1 with a stunning header from 15 yards out from Aranguiz's deep corner.
GOAL: Chile 0-1 Mexico: Vuoso scores his first goal for Mexico for over six years as he taps home Guemez's knock back from Corona's cross from the left.
Vargas goes in late on Ayala and concedes the free kick deep into the Mexico half.
Sanchez tries a cross from the right that is straight at Aldrete.
Jimenez chases down a long ball through the channel but his shot is well wide of Claudio Bravo's goal.
Sanchez tries to chase down a long ball with Julio Dominguez but Corona is out to save.
Vuoso is rash in the challenge on Jara and Chile have the free kick.
Aranguiz shows a great touch to try to put Sanchez through but the Arsenal forward is adjudged offside.
Vargas gets down the left and crosses towards Sanchez but Mexico are able to clear.
Aranguiz wins the throw down the left for Chile.
Flores gets down the right but Jara clears to concede the first corner of the match.
Alexis Sanchez gets down the right and looks for Vidal but Corona is out to catch the cross.
Chile kick off in their traditional red jerseys, knowing a win will almost certainly see them through to the last eight.
Two changes for Mexico as well, with captain Rafael Marquez missing out with a leg injury although he hopes to return in time for the final Group A match against Ecuador on Friday.
Two changes for Chile from the 2-0 win over Ecuador on Friday. Matías Fernandez is suspended after his sending off against Ecuador - Eduardo Vargas comes in for Jean Beausejour.
Jorge Sampaoli's side have plenty of Premier League experience, with Alexis Sanchez, Mauricio Isla, Eduardo Vargas, Gary Medel and Gonzalo Jara all having played in England's top flight.
Chile beat Ecuador in their first game of the tournament on Thursday in Santiago, with Arturo Vidal (penalty) and Eduardo Vargas on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of the Copa America Group A match between hosts Chile and Mexico from the Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Pradanos. This is Nick Royle (@nickaroyle) taking you through all the action from Santiago.