Thanks for joining us for another fantastic day of Confeds action, we saw Spain break records with their 10-0 win over Tahiti. Diego Forlan also became the second centurion to score on his 100th national team appearance in this year's tournament.
Join us tomorrow as we build up to the crucial final round of games. We'll have the very latest news, photos and videos for you from Brazil.
We'll leave you with one of the images of the day: Tahiti goalkeeper Mikael Roche celebrating a missed Fernando Torres penalty - with his side 8-0 down.
"We could have killed the game off earlier but we’re very pleased all the same. Since the draw was made we’ve been saying this was our big game. We’ve taken a step towards the semi-finals."
FERNANDO TORRES REACTION
"I’m a Tahiti supporter now. We’ve spent some time with them and you can only admire the spirit they showed."
Diego Forlan talks about scoring on the day he won his 100th cap at Arena Fonte Nova. http://t.co/WGc1j6dpH4— Ben Smith (@Ben Smith) 21/06/2013 03:10
If you missed the game between Nigeria and Uruguay, catch up with these video highlights.
KESHI ON PLAYING SPAIN (ON SUNDAY)
"Anything can happen against Spain. Everything is achievable, it depends on how much desire you have in you. How badly you want it and of course an element of luck to be on your side. I cannot question the boys’ level of commitment and their loyalty."
STEPHEN KESHI REACTION
"I'm very impressed with what my boys did considering the difference in experience between a Uruguay team who has been together for six years against ours which has been together for a year and a half. We just need to add a little bit of concentration and professionalism."
EDDY ETAETA REACTION
"What’s happened to us in Brazil has come as a huge surprise because we’ve had tremendous support from the fans despite being heavily beaten. We’ve won the hearts of the people. Obrigado (thank you) everyone."
VICENTE DEL BOSQUE REACTION
"The difference in class was obvious and reflected the gap between the professional and the amateur game. Tahiti set an example in terms of fair play and went forward whenever they had the opportunity. This game hasn’t damaged football in any way. In some ways it’s made it even stronger."
Thanks for joining us on the daily LIVE blog, we'll have post-match reaction from that important win for Uruguay as soon as we get it, with video highlights on their way too.
First, we'll bring you some reaction from that record-smashing win for Spain earlier today.