Doing relative well in previous World Cup, Colombia are aiming for something better this year in Russia, but before they're gunning for something bigger, Jose Pekerman's men must pick up positive result on their opening group game against Japan.
Losing their latest qualifying match against Uruguay, Colombia will be facing another difficult task this week as they play Chile in Santiago.
Playing away from home won't be easy at all for Jose Pekerman's boys, but they do have a positive news with the return of their star midfielder, James Rodriguez.
Argentina head coach, Gerardo 'Tata' Martino was pleased with his team's success in reaching Copa America semifinal after defeating Colombia through a dramatic penalty shoot out.
Speaking to the media right after that tie, Martino stated that his players have put on a very good performance and fully deserved their qualification.
A potential interesting and intense match set to occur this weekend in Copa America as Argentina face up against Colombia for a place in the semis.
Being slightly favored to win, Argentina apparently are ready for that important clash as their head coach, Gerardo Martino stated that his side will continue to play their own style of football.
Colombia are setting up to play their final group game in Copa America against Peru and Jose Pekerman's side are treating that tie as it was a final.
That situation was being shouted by Colombia's shot stopper, David Ospina who stated that it will be an important battle and a tough one as well, since Peru won't be an easy battle.
Brazil star striker, Neymar had a night to forget this midweek when his team, Brazil suffered a 1-0 defeat and he saw red right in the end of that tie.
The attacker admitted that he made mistakes on that match as he didn't play well and somewhat vented his frustration afterwards, which led into his sending off.
Reports are strongly suggesting that Colombian international striker, Radamel Falcao is set for another loan move to Chelsea this summer and the former Atletico Madrid man is hinting about that potential transfer.
Not having a bright season on his recent loan move to Manchester United, Colombia star, Radamel Falcao received many criticism which he doesn't seem to agree with.
Falcao believes that recent negative statements regarding him was rather harsh, stating that people only sees his performance based on goals, while his performance is much more mature now.
Brazil started off their new international campaign after disappointing World Cup 2014 finish with a positive note as they won their weekend friendly over Colombia, which also marked Dunga's return as national team coach.
Brazil started their new adventure under Dunga's second spell in a positive way as they defeated fellow South American side, Colombia this weekend.
Both sides that had an exciting meeting back in World Cup 2014 quarter finals, were keen on providing another entertaining match for football fans by playing attacking football since kick off.