Finally, the first bracket is set! Brazil and Mexico will move on from Group A after their decisive wins today. They will face the winners of Group B, the Netherlands and Chile.
Since Brazil finished first, they will take on Group B’s second-place seed, Chile. Mexico, Group A’s second-place finisher, will face Group B’s champion, the Netherlands.
At this point previous scores and such are wiped clean and the tournament will play out in a standard bracket system.
The best news, perhaps? There will be no more draws. Each match’s decisive winner will move forward until there is only one left.
Brazil and Chile will play at noon on June 28.
The Netherlands and Mexico will play at noon on June 29.