Oscar will need to prove his doubters wrong in the World Cup third-place play-off between Brazil and the Netherlands.
We look ahead to tonight’s World Cup third-place playoff match between Brazil and the Netherlands...
Ron Vlaar's performance for Netherlands was world-class, but a missed penalty meant his country wouldn't reach their second World Cup final in four years.
Javier Mascherano continued his great form as Argentina secured a place in the World Cup final on Sunday against Germany .
Maxi Rodriguez thumped in the decisive penalty to earn Argentina a place in the World Cup final on Sunday against Germany.
Ahead of the 2014 World Cup semi-final clash between the Netherlands and Argentina, we look at three battles that could decide the outcome...
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could return to the Argentina starting line-up for their World Cup semi-final clash with the Netherlands in Sao Paulo on Wednesday.
Bryan Ruiz missed his penalty as Costa Rica were knocked out of the World Cup after losing to the Netherlands via a penalty shootout.
Tim Krul may have been playing for one minute out of 120, but was vital in the Netherlands' victory over Costa Rica on penalties.
Tim Krul came on to save penalties in the shoot-out, and he did just that to knock out Costa Rica to ensure the Netherlands reached the semi-finals.
With the 2014 World Cup now underway, we look at the best saves in the tournament’s history.
A 94th minute Klaas Jan Huntelaar penalty was enough to send the Netherlands through to the quarter finals of the World Cup at the expense of Mexico.
Shkodran Mustafi may have only come on at half time, but his attacking intent was integral in the match opening up in the second half.
Pablo Zabaleta played superb at right-back for La Albiceleste as two goals from Lionel Messi helped the South Americans to a 3-2 win over Nigeria.
Which players will decide the outcome of the clash between Germany and Ghana on Saturday?
Former Sunderland players Jonathan Mensah and Asamoah Gyan will need to perform if Ghana are to beat Portugal and progress to the last 16 of the World Cup.
Former West Brom man Gonzalo Jara missed the decisive penalty as Brazil won 3-2 on penalties to go through to the quarter-final of the World Cup.
John Obi Mikel has often got the better of Mascherano at club level for Chelsea, and he will need to do the same if the Super Eagles are to progress.
A well taken second-half goal from Thomas Muller was enough to ensure Germany win 1-0 and finish top of Group G.
Of the 30 players Chelsea had out on loan this term, we pick four who could feature in the first team in 2014-15.
Nigel de Jong will miss the remainder of the World Cup after suffering a tear in his groin muscle in their 2-1 win over Mexico in the last 16.
Paulinho could start for Brazil in their World Cup quarter-final against Colombia, and he will need to be at his best to stop James Rodriguez.
Robin van Persie is expected to return from suspension to captain the Netherlands in their last-16 match against Mexico on Sunday.