With Máximo Montoya as best player, Venezuela got an early lead to reach the first TTO 8-7. Marques hurt from there on with his serves but Chile with Dusan Bonacic kept fighting very near to reach the second TTO 16-15. The team coached by the Argentine Daniel Nejamkin maintained the fight till the decisive points when Venezuela showed its utmost to close with a spike of Márquez.
Very similar started the second set with Venezuela leading on the first TTO. Chile could not use their chances and Venezuela playing a better match took a wider advantage by the second TTO 16-13. A mistake of Tobar and good performance of Márquez gave Venezuela a 2-0 advantage.
For third time in the match Venezuela lead on both TTO, also as on the second 8-7 and 16-13 to close very quickly the third set and wait for the result of Argentina v Colombia being nearly sure that the only ticket for a team in tthis competition will be decided on the second match of the last day, tomorrow when Venezuela faces Argentina after Chile plays v Colombia.