Facing one of the tournament favorites, Argentina, in the quarter final of World Cup doesn't seem to give much fear for Belgium as their head coach, Marc Wilmots believes Red Devils have what it takes to defeat their opponent.
Brazil success in getting into World Cup quarter final stage hasn't evade them from critics, especially regarding their unconvincing performance so far.
Answering that negative voice, Selecao star, Neymar stated that he and his teammates doesn't really care about putting on a show as their mission this year is only to win every games, including grabbing the trophy.
Already causing major shock with their success in arriving into World Cup quarter final phase, Costa Rica are not done dreaming as just yet with Netherlands being targeted.
Successfully overcoming the likes of Uruguay and Italy in group stage, the Concacaf side remain confident that they have a shot in winning against Louis Van Gaal's men.
Philipp Lahm's positional change in current German national team setup has been receiving several criticism from many football experts as many still believes that Lahm should return to play as a right back instead of playing as a defensive midfielder.
Having been absent from Brazil's Tuesday training session, positive news arrived from Neymar as reports from inside Selecao's camp claimed that he already recovered well from his hamstring injury and mostly ready to play against Colombia.
Ahead of their last 16 battle against Algeria, Germany head coach, Joachim Low is being troubled with the abundant of selection he has in midfield.
The tactician apparently still can't decide whether he should start Bastian Schweinsteiger or Sami Khedira in that heart of Der Panzer game as both players are in good condition.
Belgium will be facing USA in the last 16 of World Cup 2014 campaign and ahead of that battle, Red Devils' head coach, Marc Wilmots, admitted that he is hoping to see his star man, Eden Hazard to give more on the pitch.
Advancing into the knock out stages of World Cup 2014 as runners up of group E, a difficult battle awaits Switzerland as they will be facing Argentina.
Although admitting that their opponent are a strong footballing nation with many quality players, Swiss midfielder Admir Mehmedi is confident that his side have the ability in creating a shock.
USA are gearing up for their last 16 World Cup 2014 battle against Belgium and keen on advancing into the next round, Jurgen Klinsmann's men are preparing for everything including the possibilities of penalties.
Successfully advancing into the last 16 as group A winner, a much tougher test awaiting for Brazil as they're continuing their journey in trying to win the 2014 World Cup.
Before even thinking about the next stage, Luiz Felipe Scolari's men must face Chile, which are one of the opponents that Scolari isn't really keen on facing in this early stage of knock out round.