An exciting match is set to entertain football fans this midweek when Netherlands play Argentina in the second semi final of World 2014 which will determined what team are set to face Germany in upcoming Final.
It was a result that was not on the mind of any football fans, but Germany's 7-1 win over Brazil is indeed the final result of that first World Cup 2014 semifinals.
Not only being the biggest result in World Cup history, but that game also witnessed Miroslav Klose's success in becoming the tournament's all time top scorer after netting his 16th goal, surpassing Brazil's legendary attacker, Ronaldo.
Putting on a pretty solid display in World Cup 2014 with Chile, an exciting new challenge awaits for Claudio Bravo as he was officially introduced as Barcelona's new goal keeper.
Already showcasing his talent in La Liga with Real Sociedad, Bravo is very determined to prove that he do have the quality in becoming El Barca's main shot stopper, competing with another new signing, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.
Missing out in such important World Cup semifinal game against Germany is truly a disappointing feel for Brazil skipper, Thiago Silva, but he still believe that his team can cope well without him and Neymar.
Brazil continue their preparation for the upcoming World Cup 2014 semi final clash against Germany as Luiz Felipe Scolari is setting up his squad without Neymar and Thiago Silva.
Just as many predicted, Big Phil is likely to play Willian as replacement for Neymar as the Chelsea man apparently recovered well from his previous slight injury.
Losing to Argentina in the Quarter finals of World Cup 2014 may left some disappointment for Belgium players, but skipper Vincent Kompany along with his head coach, Marc Wilmots is keen on taking the positives from their campaign.
An uncommon decision made by Netherlands head coach during their latest Quarter finals game against Costa Rica, by making a goal keeper change just before penalty shoot out caused a pretty interesting debate from football enthusiasts.
The absence of Neymar for Brazil's upcoming World Cup semifinals tie against Germany brought that slight of concern for many of their supporter, but apparently that's not really the case for Selecao stars.
Injury problems can't seem to stop bothering Brazil at the moment as after losing out their star man, Neymar, his potential replacement, Willian apparently picked up a slight injury ahead of their upcoming semi-finals date against Germany.
Argentina made their way into World Cup 2014 semi finals and although there's still a tough hurdle from Netherlands along the way, but there's no point of hiding that Albiceleste are already dreaming of the final.
Argentina are set to face another tough European side on their quest in chasing for World Cup glory as this weekend Alejandro Sabella's men are being challenged by Belgium.
Although their opponent is well known for their talented attacking players, such as Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku, but Sabella is much more concern with Red Devils' defensive solidity.
It was another joyful day for Brazilian people as their national team are getting closer in reaching that sixth title dream as they booked a ticket into semifinals against Germany.
However, Selecao's 2-1 victory over Colombia took some casualties as Brazil star Neymar suffered a vertebraA fracture which should ruled him out for the rest of tournament, not only that for the semifinal tie, Luiz Felipe Scolari will also lose Thiago Silva due to accumulation.
Holding the World Cup goal scoring record for a while, legendary Brazil star, Ronaldo, admitted that he could soon lose out that 15 goals tally with German striker Miroslav Klose already equaling that amount.