Bravo targets final victory

29 June 2017 03:29:49 EST
Keeper Claudio Bravo saved all three of Portugal's penalties.

Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo warned his side they have 'one more game to win' after they reached the final of the Confederations Cup in Russia.

Bravo was the hero of the hour as he saved all three of Portugal's penalties in the semi-final shootout, with La Roja making no mistake with their three spot-kicks to claim a 3-0 win after the game in Kazan had ended goalless.

The secret, I think, is that we never stop believing in ourselves.

Claudio Bravo

However, far from getting carried away, Manchester City keeper Bravo is eager to ensure his side go all the way and back-up their 2015 and 2016 victories at the Copa America.

He told reporters: "We were able to reach the final which is very important for us, we're completing a very successful cycle. We're happy to play in the final.

"Of course we're very happy because we've been able to stop the European champions. Portugal had many chances to score, I think the game was quite even.

"The secret, I think, is that we never stop believing in ourselves and we want to do everything we can to win. We still have one more game to win."

Chile will face the winners of the second semi-final between Germany and Mexico, which takes place on Thursday evening in Sochi.

The final is scheduled for Sunday evening in Saint Petersburg, with Chile and Germany having shared a 1-1 draw during the group stage of the competition.

The South American champions are 5/6 to win the Confederations Cup, with Germany 15/8 and Mexico 5/1.

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