Columbia vs. Uruguay Live Stream Free: Watch Brazil World Cup 2014 Soccer Online (ESPN TV Start Time & Schedule): The second match on Saturday, June 28 will be Columbia vs. Uruguay, which starts at 4pm EST; watch out for this match on ABC-TV.
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Columbia will have to make a stretch on the heels of injured Radamel Falco, James Rodriguez is already an emerging star for the side. In the Brazil World Cup 2014, Rodriguez has scored 3 goals and supported team goals with two assists. He is a magnet to the ball and has been more of an avid goal seeker than any other player on Columbia’s roster in World Cup history as reported by Daily Mail.
Without mention, Uruguay will lack offensive play and confidence without their ‘biting’ star Suarez, who was quite a sensational goal scorer in the FIFA World Cup 2014. He has been banned from 9 internationals and 4 months of football for bitiing an Italian defender. Apparently, he has done it twice before. And FIFA cautioned him by expelling him fron the Brazil World Cup 2014.
Against that backdrop, Columbia i
s expected to score easily and maintain control of the match.