Italy search for a way through from the free kick but the passing is poor and it runs out for a goal kick. Nothing doing so far.
Timbo, most definitely. We've grown accustomed to enjoying elite football in which our teams have no say.
Timbo, a lot of people go into a sulk and only come back in time for the final, but more and more these days, people are keen to watch good football. The internet, cable TV and Twitter have helped a lot.
Well, that's my thought, Razor. Barca *desperately* need some strength at the back. I'm not sure if Suarez would be my priority.
Matt, if the US go through, I see nothing in Group H to overly concern them. They could make the last eight. If they go through
Edinson Cavani scampers toward the near post to meet a low cross from the left, but can only poke it out of play - Uruguay are sharper, but no breakthrough after 20 minutes.
Costa Rica can become the first CONCACAF nation to win all 3 of its group stage matches in a single World Cup, if it defeats England today.
Well, we're midway through the first half and it's been a very quiet affair in Belo Horizonte. Sturridge's near miss is the closest we've come to a goal. England are trying to build from the back, getting the ball down and working their way through Costa Rica's middle, but with limited success.
Martín Cáceres wins a free kick after jumping with Mario Balotelli, and the pair share a joke afterwards.
Super Mario gets a booking! He'll miss Italy's next match. Such a silly card as well as he manages to get high enough to knee Álvaro Pereira in the back of the head.