Monday's SWC wrap

2014-07-07 10:12
SWC 2014
Cape Town - The Soccer World Cup is down to just the final four but there is still plenty of fallout from the quarter-final clashes. 

Here is your one stop destination for the latest news from Brazil.

In what looks like the best case of "sour grapes" Belgium coach Marc Wilmots has labelled the Argentinian side ordinary.

Neymar feared for the worst after Juan Zuniga's spine rattling challenge.

With Neymar out, there is a lot of pressure on Oscar, who is happy to just do his best for the Selecao.

Angel Di Maria will NOT play in the semi-final against the Dutch. 

Substituting your goalkeeper with 10 seconds left to play is not in the normal coach's manual. 

Costa Rica were dealt a Krul blow as they lost on penalties.

However, Ticos coach Jorge Luis Pinto had nothing but praise for his players.

Messi plus 10, that's what Argentina should be called.

Will voodoo decide the finalists?

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