Manchester United's target, Yerry Mina's future is hanging in the balance as despite strong interest from several clubs' including the Red Devils, his current club, Barcelona are yet to make any final decision about the Colombian international.
The final day of FIFA World Cup 2018 last 16 was less goal frenzy compared to the previous day as four teams involved were playing rather cautious and tight.
There were only three goals in total scored on that fourth day and from all of them, it seems like Yerri Mina's late header for Colombia deserved that top spot.
England defeated Colombia to reach the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. Penalties were needed at Moscow’s Spartak Stadium to decide the match and keep alive the Three Lions’ dream of a second World Cup title after 1966.
A rare sighting happened in FIFA World Cup 2018 as England managed to win in penalty shoot out and made their way into the tournament's quarter final after eliminating Colombia.
It was certainly an intriguing match for Three Lions as they suddenly found themselves as a strong favorite to win following James Rodriguez's absence for Los Cafeteros.
Another exciting World Cup 2018 last 16 match is set to entertain football fans as this Tuesday, England are set to battle Colombia for that quarter final ticket.
Putting a pretty promising display in the group stage, Three Lions are now gunning to go deeper in the tournament, but before thinking about advancing they must handle Los Cofeteros.
Colombia secured their path into the last 16 of FIFA World Cup 2018 after grabbing a precious 1-0 victory over Senegal.
Only picking up three points from their previous two games, forced Los Cofeteros to pick all three points in order to get that ticket into the knock out stage.
Another exciting World Cup 2018 match is set to bring excitement for football fans as Colombia and Senegal are battling for that spot in the last 16.
Beating Poland in such fine fashion on their last game certainly regained Los Cafeteros' confidence as they gear up for an important tie against their African counterpart.
South American side, Colombia keeping their hope of advancing into the knock out stage of World Cup alive and well after grabbing a comfortable 3-0 win over Poland.
Losing their opening fixture against Japan, Los Cafeteros acknowledge the need for them to bag all three points in keeping their stay in the tournament.
In catching Colombia cold at the Mordovia Arena, Japan earned their first ever win over Los Cafeteros, avenging their 4-1 defeat to the same opponents at Brazil 2014, and picked up three precious points in their bid to advance from Group H.