Netherlands ended the group stages of the 2014 World Cup with a late 2-0 victory over Chile.
This result means that the Dutch side, who have topped Group B following this win, will be facing Mexico, the runners up of Group B in the round of sixteen.
Despite both sides coming in after two successive victories against Spain and Australia, they failed to create any clear cut chances in the opening stages of the game.
Chile threatened to take the lead after 23 minutes when Alexis Sánchez's corner found Felipe Gutierrez in the box. But the midfielder's effort sailed over the crossbar.
Moments later, Netherlands gave an immediate response as Robben raced ahead and tried to curl an effort towards goal. Although his effort was blocked the rebound fell to Wijnaldum but the midfielder was unable to hit the target as his shot was miles wide of the post.
At the half hour mark, Chile started appealing for a penalty after Daley Blind brought down Eduardo Vargas in the box. However, the referee correctly waved away the protests as replays showed that Blind had indeed made a legitimate challenge.
Towards the end of the first half, the Dutch nearly broke the deadlock when Robben, following a brilliant run, fired an effort that was only a couple of inches wide of the target.
In the second half, Chile were a little more threatening as they managed to create a couple of chances after the break.
While Alexis Sanchez wasted an excellent opportunity as he blasted the ball over the crossbar in the 56th minute, the Barcelona man quickly made amends as he nearly found the net after nine minutes.
Sanchez, after outwitting Jeremain Lens, cut in from the right before firing an effort from a very tight angle. However, an alert Jasper Cillessen made a good save to deny the Barcelona forward.
With only 13 minutes remaining on the clock, Holland finally went ahead through Leroy Fer, who bulleted a header past Cillessen Daryl Janmaat's excellent cross at the end of the day .
Finally Memphis Depay added the icing to the cake by doubling Holland's lead in the 90th minute. As Chile sent everyone forward in search of an equaliser, they were caught on the break as Robben raced forward and delivered a a perfect low cross towards Depay, who made no mistakes as he tapped the ball home.
Check out the full highlights of the match below: