MIAMI, Fla. (Sporting Alert) — Brazil will take on Colombia in a high-profile friendly football international at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium here on Friday night.
MADRID (SportingAlert) — Real Madrid have signed Colombian playmaking forward James Rodriguez from Monaco for a fee of £63 million deal. The club confirmed the capture of the 2014 World Cup star on its website at www.realmadrid.com. He is scheduled to be unveiled in the Spanish capital later on Tuesday afternoon.
FORTALEZA (SportingAlert.com) — Watch Brazil v Colombia in their World Cup quarter-finals clash at Estadio Castelao, here in Fortaleza, as the teams hunt a semi-finals place.
(SportingAlert) — The two opening FIFA World Cup quarter-finals will be on Friday as France take on Germany and Brazil setup a date with Colombia. France will face Germany at 12 pm ET (13:00 local time) and Brazil play Colombia at 4 pm ET (17:00 local time). Streaming and TV channels coverage on CBC Sports Live Streaming, ESPN2, ESPN, ESPN3.com, WatchESPN…
FORTALEZA, Brazil (SportingAlert) — Brazil national head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is contemplating changes ahead of his team’s exciting World Cup quarter-finals clash with Colombia on Friday.
RIO DE JANEIRO (SportingAlert) —Pairings, venues, dates and kick-off times for the 2014 FIFA World Cup quarter-finals, which takes place this weekend. There are two games on the schedule for Friday, with the other two set for Saturday, with Brazil, Netherlands, France, Argentina and Germany all on the fixture.
RIO DE JANEIRO (SportingAlert) — The following is the complete list of FIFA World Cup round of 16 results, after the final two games were concluded on Tuesday, (1 July).
France progressed to the quarter-finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup on Monday with a 2-0 victory over Nigeria at Estadio Nacional in Brasilia.
(SportingAlert.com) — Brazil and Colombia booked quarter-final places at the 2014 FIFA World Cup on Saturday with victories in the round of 16.
Uruguay and Colombia meet in the second game of the World Cup last 16 at Estadio do Maracana here on Saturday with live streaming coverage on on ESPN3.com and Watch ABC.
After a day of rest, hosts Brazil will get the World Cup knock-out phase started on Saturday when they take on Chile, while Colombia and Uruguay will clash in the second match on the day. The games will be streamed live on ESPN3.com, WatchESPN, Watch ABC, BBC iPlayer, CBC Sports Live Streaming, RTE Player and more…