The most awaited transfer news so far has finally been concluded as Real Madrid officially announced that James Rodriguez will be their new signing this summer after agreeing terms with France outfit, Monaco.
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.
Brazil still able to fulfill the public hope on them as they advanced into the semi final stages of FIFA World Cup 2014 campaign after defeating Colombia in a thrilling encounter.
Eager to shut down all critics towards their current performance, Brazil put on an aggressive display since kick off.
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.
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.
Colombia booked a place into the Quarter Finals of World Cup 2014 after comfortably defeating their fellow South American rival, Uruguay.
Keen on advancing into the next stages, both teams were pushing hard for three points since kick off, but it was Colombia that got things going as James Rodriguez opened the scoring on 28 minutes.
Having an impressive group stage performance by grabbing 100% record, Colombia players are somewhat allowed to celebrate their achievement, but they decided to set their focus on the upcoming knock out stage meeting against Uruguay instead of enjoying the moment.
Only grabbing one point from three group games, Japan have to end their World Cup 2014 campaign in the group stages a situation that was not expected by the Asian giant forcing the eventual departure of Alberto Zaccheroni as their head coach.
Colombia confirmed their table topping position in Group C of World Cup 2014 after snatching all three points against Japan.
Already confirming their passage into the knock out stages of that tournament, Colombia still putting on an aggressive approach despite resting many of their starters.
Japan's dream in securing a place into the second round of World Cup 2014 is pretty slim at the moment after only collecting one point from their previous two group games.
However, that situation doesn't make their star midfielder, Keisuke Honda giving up any of his hope as he ensured that Japan will keep on fighting as long as there's still any slight of chance for them to advance.
Only grabbing one point from their first two matches in World Cup 2014 campaign, Japan national are in the brink of elimination. This situation is not a comforting for the Blue Samurai players, including their star man, Shinji Kagawa.