Colombia picked up their second group win in World Cup 2014 after overcoming Ivory Coast in a hard fought battle this midweek.
Both teams won their opening fixture and are keen on securing that knock out stages spot by grabbing a second win.
Despite putting on an aggressive approach since kick off, none of those two teams were able to score any goals during the first 45 minutes as that half ended in a goalless draw.
After the break, those two sides kept on pushing forward and it was Colombia that got things going through James Rodriguez's effort on 64 minutes.
The South American side seemingly sealed all three points when six minutes later Juan Quintero doubled their lead.
Ivory Coast refused to give up easily though as they continue to prove forward and reduce the damage from Gervinho's strike on 73 minutes.
However, no more goals were scored during the remaining minutes as Colombia holding on their slender lead until the final whistle was blown.