Chile started the stronger of the teams, forcing Barbados deep into their defensive 25-yard area early. Chile earned their first PC in the 6th minute that was well defended. Chile continued to push forward with a shot hitting the upright in the 8th minute. One minute later, Denise Krimerman swept a powerful PC goal past 15-year old goalkeeper Alleyne. Salas then showed good skill on the right wing to cross to Jacob who shot wide. Chile continued to force turnovers and earned a couple of PCs. The second was scored by Villagran to give Chile a 2-0 lead that they took into the halftime break.
Barbados looked more organised and purposeful in the second half and they created a few opportunities that were well defended by Chile. After weathering the early pressure Chile reasserted their dominance with a well taken goal by Krimerman in the 44th
minute. De las Heras scored another in the 54th
minute with a well struck shot. Barbados continued to push forward and were rewarded with a PC and forced a goal line save with the resulting shot. Chile again re-established their dominance and Valdivia took advantage of some tired legs to score from a goal mouth scramble in the 65th
minute. Krimerman scored her 3rd
in the 67th
from a PC variation and Maldonado finished the scoring 2 minutes later tapping in a PC rebound. The final buzzer sounded a minute later to end a strong 7-0 victory for Chile.