World Cup quarter-finals: 3 things that happened Saturday
In case you missed the last two quarter-final matches of the FIFA World Cup, here are three things you need to know:
1. Zuniga says he's sorry, Neymar speaks
A day after sending the face of the World Cup and Brazil's biggest star out of the tournament, Colombia's Juan Zuniga apologized to Neymar for the knee to the back. Zuniga said he never intended to injure the striker.
Meanwhile, Neymar spoke for the first time since the injury, saying his dream of playing in the World Cup final is over. But he still believes Brazil can win it all and that he will be part of the celebration.
2. Not on target
The Argentina-Belgium match produced one early goal, off the brilliant strike by Gonzalo Higuain, but little else. There were only three shots on target from both teams combined.
3. Good Grief
This pretty much summed up Arjen Robben's struggles on the day. Despite dominating the match, the Dutch couldn't find the back of the net against Costa Rica.