It was a tough call as to whether it was a penalty or not - the initial challenge seemed to happen outside the area, but Robben is so fast that he fell well inside the area.
On that basis, it should perhaps have been a free kick - but Silva should have seen red, so perhaps the referee subconsciously evened things out.
- Yellow Card
8' - now Arjen Robben gets a booking for trying to stop a counter-attack. Ridiculous refereeing.
Three teams under the current format have allowed 12 goals in a single World Cup- 2002 Saudi Arabia, 2010 North Korea and this year's Brazil. Not a good list for the hosts.
Dale Johnson clears up the rules for us then - it was the correct decision to call a penalty.
10' - Brazil are trying to get back into the game as they swing another cross in, with Jesper CIllessen springing wide as the ball flies past him.
13' - David Luiz goes on another barnstorming run, but his pass to Oscar is poor. Less of that, David, and more defending!