We need to neutralise those players.
Lars Stindl equalised just before the interval.
"But the result is not undeserved. We know what to do but it'll be a tough game", Broos added.
German players celebrate after Germany's Lars Stindl scored their side's first goal during the Confederations Cup, Group B soccer match between Germany and Chile, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Thursday, June 22, 2017.
A win would have been enough for either team to reach the semifinals on Thursday, but Chile will only need a draw to ensure they go through as they face Australia on Sunday, and the same for Germany against Cameroon. "Jonas Hector, Joshua Kimmich, Shkodran Mustafi and (captain) Julian Draxler will start", revealed Loew.
Both teams met on seven occasions prior to tonight's match with Germany having a record of five wins against two of the Chilean side.
"It was a game of a really high level".
Mustafi's poor ball out found itself to Sanchez, who exchanged passes with Arturo Vidal before steering a low left-footed finish in off the post to embarrass Mustafi. The ball fell to Sanchez who played a neat one-two with Vidal before sliding the ball past ter Stegen in the German goal. "We expected a draw because we played against very strong opponents, but we are satisfied with our play tonight".
The Germans were lucky not to go behind by two goals when Eduardo Vargas hit the crossbar in the 20th minute, and they'd go on to take advantage of their good fortune with a 41st minute equalizer.
Despite the early scare, Germany regained their composure and pushed forward.
That set the pattern of play for much of the first half, although Germany finally broke through with a flowing team move that saw a lovely pass by midfielder Emre Can in a move that was finished off by Borussia Mönchengladbach forward Stindl.
It was Stindl's second goal in Russian Federation, after he opened the scoring against Australia, to make it 1-1 at the break.
In the second half, the teams calmed down and concluded a mutually beneficial draw.
Chile are priced at 11/10 (2.10) to either win with a -1 handicap or to be winning half time/full time, with either of those selections warranting consideration.
However, chances were hard to come by for both sides in the second half, which prompted Chile to introduce Paulo Diaz for Gary Medel.