Brazil and Argentina remain unbeaten at the South and Central American Men's Handball Championship in Maringá.
Hosts Brazil earned their third successive victory against Chile with a 32-20 result at Ginásio Chico Neto.
Despite their perfect start, they are second in the round-robin table on goal difference.
Argentina currently lead the way, having comfortably defeated Paraguay 50-21.
The Argentinian side are the defending champions and topped the podium at last year's Pan American Games in Lima.
With both teams now on six points, Argentina have a goal difference of +120, while Brazil have +107.
Bolivia were victims of their third thrashing of the tournament, losing 55-1 to Uruguay.
Action continues tomorrow as Chile take on Argentina, Bolivia meet Paraguay and Uruguay come up against Brazil.
At the end of the round-robin, the top three sides will qualify for the 2021 World Men's Handball Championship in Egypt.