Thank you once again for following along with our live blog over what has been a super Saturday. This World Cup has been off to an absolutely flying start, and today was definitely no different. Tomorrow promises to be just as entertaining, if not more so, with three more fixtures on the docket. First, Switzerland meet Ecuador in Brasilia. Then, France take on Honduras in Porto Alegre. And what is expected to be the match of the day features Lionel Messi and Argentina battling World Cup newcomers Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Maracana in Rio de Janerio. As usual, we'll have all the latest news and updates from around Brazil, so sleep well and visit us here tomorrow. Boa noite!
Did you miss any of today's top moments? We have the best highlights from all four matches:
COLOMBIA 3-0 GREECE
URUGUAY 1-3 COSTA RICA
ENGLAND 1-2 ITALY
CÔTE D'IVOIRE 2-1 JAPAN (COMING SOON)
WHAT A DAY
Wow. Four fantastic FIFA World Cup Group Stage fixtures have made for quite the day. If you've made it all the way through today's action, from Colombia's dominant 3-0 performance over Greece, to Costa Rica's shock 3-1 victory against Uruguay, Italy's 2-1 defeat of England and just now Côte d'Ivoire's 2-1 fightback win against Japan, we salute you!
GLOBAL STADIUM IS OPEN
The line-ups for England-Italy are now in so head over to the Global Stadium for all the build-up to the first match of Matchday 3.
STAT OF THE DAY
Germany forward Uwe Seeler scored his ninth and last World Cup goal on this day in 1970. Seeler is one of only two players to have scored in four different World Cups, the other being Pele.
The two No9s go into this match in very different moods. Kostas Mitroglou was relegated with Fulham, but Teofilo Gutierrez takes Radamel Falcao's number and hopes to be Colombia's main man in Brazil.
Were you at the Spain-Netherlands game yesterday? If you didn't have a ticket - check out this 360 panorama to get a feel of what it's like to be at a game at the Arena Fonte Nova. If you were there, try and spot yourself!
SG:"The dream was to play for England, so to play for @England & be captain at a World Cup in Brazil is the pinnacle" http://t.co/Z9yZl9Z276— England (@England) 14/06/2014 14:00
Mario Yepes will make his debut at the WC finals today in his 99th appearance for the Colombian national side. His first cap was in 1997.— Carl Worswick (@Carl Worswick) 14/06/2014 13:48
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
After an incredible second matchday in Brazil, the world's newspapers have reacted. In Spain, a shell-shocked Marca lead with 'ARREGLAD ESTO' ('FIX THIS'), with El Periodico headlining 'Roja de verguenza' ('Red shame') and El Mundo simply saying 'Humillacion' ('Humiliation').
On the other side of the Atlantic, newspapers are understandably cheerier, with Mexico's Reforma leading with 'TRIUNFO EN MACONDO' ('VICTORY IN MACONDO') and Chile's Las Ultimas Noticias having 'Chile mete muito miedo' ('Chile strikes a lot of terror') as their main headline.
INSIDE THE DRESSING ROOM
Here's the view from inside Chile's changing room in Cuiaba from yesterday's match against Australia.
2014 FIFA WORLD CUP MAGAZINE
Take a look at our review of yesterday's action from Brazil, including our goal and save of the day.
CAHILL LOOKING FORWARDS
The Socceroos' No4 is already preparing for Australia's next Group B clash, against the Netherlands on Wednesday.
Preaparation starts 2day and its important we use every minute to put the body back together.#CahillBrazil #Fearless http://t.co/sh9R3HoBD5— Tim Cahill (@Tim Cahill) 14/06/2014 13:11
Hello and welcome to the third matchday of the 2014 FIFA World Cup here in Brazil. We're got four thrilling games in prospect, with Colombia-Greece, Uruguay-Costa Rica and Côte d'Ivoire-Japan all taking place across the country as well as the standout tie for today: England-Italy in Manaus. We'll have all the very latest build-up, news and word on the social grapevine to bring you as well as all the reaction and video highlights when the games are finished. Sit back, relax and let FIFA.com guide you through the day!