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Summary

  1. Diaz mistake hands Stindl opening goal
  2. World Cup winners Germany beat back-to-back Copa America winners Chile
  3. Portugal beat Mexico 2-1 in extra time in third-place play-off
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Live Reporting

By Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

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    And we will end the live text page there.

    Thank you for joining us and thank you for all your comments. Our match report is here on what has been another fine evening for German football.

    Lars Stindl scored the only goal of the game as Germany beat Chile 1-0 to win the Confederations Cup for the first time.

    Until next time, bye for now.

  2. Germany have the trophy

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    And now it is Germany's turn to collect their winners' medals before Fifa president Gianni Infantino passes the trophy to Germany captain Julian Draxler.

    Germany are the champions. Germany have won the Confederations Cup for the first time.

    Germany's players lift the trophy
  3. Post update

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    Chile pick up their runners-up medals with goalkeeper Claudio Bravo looking among the most distraught of the Chilean players.

  4. Prizes time

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    The original Ronaldo, who scored twice in the 2002 World Cup final win for Brazil over Germany, and two-time World Cup winner Diego Maradona are in position to hand over the trophies.

    Timo Werner gets the Golden Boot (top goalscorer) for his three goals and team-mate Julian Draxler gets the Golden Ball (player of the tournament).

    Diego Maradona awards Julian Draxler of Germany the golden ball award
  5. 'What on earth is going on?

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    Even former Premier League referee Mark Halsey is having a pop...

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  6. 'VAR a shambles'

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    Former Arsenal defender Lee Dixon on ITV has been reacting to the decision to not send off Gonzalo Jara for elbowing Timo Werner in the face.

    "If you look at sports that use VAR (Video Assistant Referees) – we’re the laughing stock," said Dixon. "This tournament has been a shambles as far as VAR is concerned. I was joking, ‘I bet he gives him a yellow’. It’s not even a red, it’s a purple, it’s obvious."

  7. Mixed emotions

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    Some reaction from the Premier League teams - with Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool players experiencing mixed fortunes.

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    Ayo Obit: If Germany's B team can win the Confederations Cup fairly easily, maybe we should just give them next year's World Cup.

    The Germany team celebrate
  9. FULL-TIME - GERMANY WIN THE CONFEDERATIONS CUP

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    Germany are the champions. The world champions are now the Confederations Cup winners.

    It is a win that also takes them top of the Fifa world rankings. They will be the team to beat in Russia for next year's World Cup.

    Shkodran Mustafi celebrates
  10. GREAT SAVE!

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    Is that the save that wins the Confederations Cup? Alexis Sanchez's free-kick is over the wall and on target but Marc-Andre Ter Stegen is equal to it and pushes it away.

    Alexis Sanchez takes a free kick
  11. Post update

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    Foul by Matthias Ginter on Leonardo Valencia. Twenty-five yards out. Alexis Sanchez range.

  12. Post update

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    A free-kick on the halfway line for Chile, so who should take it, but goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. It is an absolute waste though. Get back in goal, man.

  13. YELLOW CARD

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    Liverpool's Emre Can, who has only just come on for Timo Werner, thinks he has won a foul and decides to unleash his inner rugby union player by randomly holding on to the ball with his hands. He gets booked for causing a bit of a scuffle with his time-wasting antics.

    Another Premier League player, Claudio Bravo, is also cautioned for his part in the follow-up handbags. A bit silly and a bit needless from all concerned.

    Sebastian Rudy is then cautioned for fouling Arturo Vidal.

  14. Post update

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    Can Germany hang on? They are three minutes plus injury-time from the title.

  15. CLOSE!

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    That should be the equaliser. What a chance. What a chance. Alexis Sanchez plays a ball forward, substitute Edson Puch keeps it alive by getting to it before the dead-ball line and he pulls it back for fellow sub Angelo Sagal, who is there eight yards out.

    It might be his first touch, and it is an awful one. He leans back, falling off balance and spoons the ball well over the top. It should be 1-1, instead it is a head-in-hands moment for everyone connected with Chile.

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    KoloKK: This is the kind of finals, FIFA always wants. Fiery, feisty, competitive, edgy. A complete advert for the beautiful game.

  17. GREAT SAVE!

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    A chance for Chile to get an equaliser. A low strike from Charles Aranaguiz is heading into the bottom corner, but goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stergen pushes it around the post.

    That is Aranguiz's last action as he and Eduardo Vargas come off with Angelo Sagal and Edson Puch the men coming on for Chile. They have less than 10 minutes to make an impact.

    Marc-Andre Ter Stegen makes a save
  18. 'Three minutes wasted'

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    Former England keeper David James weighs in...

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    You lot are not impressed with that yellow, not red card, handed out to Chile's Gonzalo Jara for elbowing Timo Werner in the face.

    Alex Haworth: I think that might be the worst decision I've ever seen in football, bearing in mind that the referee has watched replays.

    Jordan Ramsden: If that wasn't a red card offence from Jara, then I'm worried as to what the assistants would have deemed to be one.

    Sunday Ogunmoye‏: It turns out even the VAR review cannot stop referees from making baffling decisions. How on earth did Jara escape a red card???

  20. 'Not getting VAR'

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    Former Liverpool and Spain winger Luis Garcia has his say on VAR usage.