Pablo Zabaleta and Fernando Gago speak to FIFA about their slow and steady improvement at Brazil 2014 and look ahead to the challenge posed by Switzerland.
Despite suffering knocks to the knee and hamstring at the weekend, Brazil talisman Neymar is expected to be fit for Friday’s FIFA World Cup quarter-final against Colombia.
With the intrepid Ticos making history in Brazil, it was a Monday like no other in Costa Rica. as FIFA.com discovers.
Paul Pogba was rendered speechless after converting a crucial header that paved the way for France to down Nigeria 2-0 and reach the FIFA World Cup quarter-finals.
After making his FIFA World Cup bow for Switzerland against Honduras, Fabian Schar spoke to FIFA about his thoughts on the tournament so far and the challenge of facing Argentina.
Fans from the USA have spent a total of 847 years and 143 days engaged with FIFA digital content since 1 June, the highest of any other country.
A Paul Pogba header and an injury-time own goal by Joseph Yobo have taken France through to the quarter-finals with a hard-fought 2-0 win over Nigeria in Brasilia.
Eden Hazard has revealed his appreciation for James Rodriguez’s performances at the FIFA World Cup and is now determined to make a similar impact for Belgium.
Costa Rica’s Keylor Navas and Guillermo Ochoa of Mexico picked up their second Budweiser Man of the Match Awards of Brazil 2014, while two attacking players seized their third over the past week.
Belgium veteran Daniel van Buyten speaks to FIFA about Les Diables Rouges’ steady but unspectacular progress thus far, and what experience has told him about the pitfalls to be avoided.
Lionel Messi’s thrilling displays so far at Brazil 2014 have not caught Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella by surprise – in fact, he expected the Barcelona star to shine.
USA goalkeeper Tim Howard talks to FIFA.com about “stuffing it” to some critics and how his USA side navigated one of the toughest groups to book a Round of 16 date with Belgium.
Giorgos Karagounis retires from representing and captaining Greece after winning 139 caps.
Goalkeeper Keylor Navas tells FIFA how his memories of training with an old team-mate helped him make history with Costa Rica.
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The latest Brazil 2014 matchday was highlighted by late drama as Netherlands and Costa Rica narrowly prevailed over Mexico and Greece respectively.
The second matchday in the Round of 16 a Brazil 2014 proved a productive one for the Netherlands’ Memphis Depay as he again advanced his claims to the Hyundai Young Player Award.
Costa Rica coach Jorge Luis Pinto praised his players’ character after they overcame a second-half red card, conceding a late leveller and sustained attacks from Greece to reach their first ever FIFA World Cup™ quarter-final.
Coach Miguel Herrera and captain Guillermo Ochoa speak to FIFA.com about Mexico’s defeat by the Netherlands and pride at their FIFA World Cup campaign.
Keylor Navas emerged as the hero as Costa Rica beat Greece on penalties to move into the FIFA World Cup quarter-finals for the first time.