World Cup quarter-finals: 3 things you missed
The first day of quarter-final action at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil had plenty of drama. If you were caught away from your TV, computer or smartphone and want to know what you missed, here are three things you need to know:
1. Neymar out
Undoubtedly the biggest news of the day involves the lower back of Brazil's Neymar. He took a dangerous-looking knee in his tailbone area from Colombia's Juan Camillo Zuniga late in the match. Brazil ended up winning 2-1 but lost Neymar for the rest of the tournament with a factured vertebra in his back.
2. Rodriguez exits
The World Cup's leading scorer and perhaps most exciting player is now packing his bags. Colombia's James Rodriguez scored his team's only goal in its 2-1 loss to Brazil. It came on a penalty kick in the 80th minute.
3. Early goals
If you tuned in late to the France-Germany you missed critical turning point. Mats Hummels's goal in the 13th minute gave Germany a 1-0 lead over France and completely turned the game in the German's favour.
Hummels missed the team's last match with the flu.