June 15, 2014
The South Americans took the lead in the first half but an Admir Mehmedi header levelled the score before Haris Seferovic secured the win deep into injury time
The final match of the day will see Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina faceoff in the Bosnian's first ever World Cup appearance.
France already have lost Franck Ribery this summer, but their side look to have enough depth to recover from the loss of the Bayern Munich star.
Switzerland are a sleeper of a side this summer as they are much better than people may realize as they do not have a large amount of known players.
Michael Jordan has been named sports world's first billionaire by Forbes magazine.
The AC Milan man had put Alberto Zaccheroni's men into the lead but two nodded goals in the second half sealed a comeback, inspired by Didier Drogba's substitute arrival
Claudio Marchisio and Mario Balotelli sandwiched a Daniel Sturridge strike to give Cesare Prandelli's men all three points from their opener against Roy Hodgson's charges
Jorge Pinto's men showed they shouldn't be underestimated as they overturned a one goal deficit to go on and pick up all three points from their opening game
June 14, 2014
Colombia marked their long-awaited return to FIFA World Cup action with an entertaining 3-0 win over Greece on Saturday.
Cote d'Ivoire's Golden Generation take a final shot at the World Cup and begin their campaign against plucky Asian side Japan in the early hours of Sunday morning for African viewers.
Colombia coach Jose Pekerman has selection problems ahead of his side’s World Cup debut against Greece in Belo Horizonte on Saturday.
Raheem Sterling's expected inclusion in Roy Hodgson's line-up is likely to open up the game in the Amazon jungle of Manaus
The Liverpool striker is set to be rested to aid his recovery from a knee injury but his team-mates should still secure a win
Two early goals left many predicting a white wash but a header from Tim Cahill reinvigorated his side and they came close to snatching a point before Jean Beausejour's late hit
June 13, 2014
Two goals apiece for the attacking duo and a tap-in from Stefan de Vrij left Vicente del Bosque's men totally torn apart in the first game of their title defence