Cristiano Ronaldo has scored twice in this year's tournament – no other player has scored more often.
Portugal won their last game against a South American side, beating Argentina 1-0 in a friendly in November 2014.
- Portugal are the joint-highest scorers in this year's Confederations Cup (7 – level with Germany), while both Portugal and Chile have conceded the fewest goals (2).
Chile's four goals have been scored by different players (Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sanchez, Eduardo Vargas and Martin Rodriguez), with Vidal, Sanchez and Vargas also providing an assist.
Either Portugal or Chile will become the first nation to reach the final in their Confederations Cup debut since France in 2001 – the French had won the European Championship in the previous year, as Portugal have done.
Portugal are the only side who have not been behind at any stage in the 2017 Confederations Cup.
Three of Chile's four goals at these finals have come after half-time.