|15 August 2013|
|13||5-8||11:30am||CHI - URU||14 - 0 (5 - 0)||Final|
Chile were bitterly disappointed to be relegated to the second-tier cross-overs after their promising start in this competition against Canada (2-2) and it took them a while to inject some tempo in this match. All the action was nevertheless around the Uruguayan circle, and Martin Rodriguez was first on the score sheet for Chile in the 6th minute following a penetration on the left of the circle and a shot in a narrow angle.
Uruguay had trouble seriously challenging Chile, and Vicente Martin, then Jaime Zarhi added penalty-corners before the 20th minute mark, putting the outcome of the game out of doubt early. Chile added two more goals before half-time without exerting themselves too much, reaching the break with an unassailable 5-0 lead.
Uruguay had a few sporadic reactions in second period, even forcing Chilean goal-keeper Alfredo Mella to go and meet an attacker one-on-one at the top of the circle, but they could not prevent Chile from scoring 9 more goals to finish on the commanding score of 14-0.
With the win, Chile will play against Mexico for 5th-6th place, while Uruguay will face Brazil to avoid the wooden spoon.