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TITLE TEAMS: England v Costa Rica
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Costa RicaCRC
HT: 0-
Mineirao (Attendance: 57,823)
Referee: Djamel Haimoudi
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Costa Rica vs. England
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Costa Rica qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup finishing in top spot in Group D after holding England to a bore draw at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte. Luke Shaw, Ross Barkley, Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge all impressed for the Three Lions, but they were unable to make the all-important breakthrough. Liverpool striker Sturridge came closest to breaking the deadlock. Firstly, his header flew just over the crossbar, while he also had strong penalty claims against Oscar Duarte waved away. And then, in the second half Sturridge played a delightful one-two with Jack Wilshere before bending his left-footed curler inches wide of the far post. Los Ticos came closest when Celso Borges' free-kick from 30 metres was heading towards the top corner, but Ben Foster got an important fingertip to send the ball onto his crossbar. Roy Hodgson's side will go home with one solitary point and two goals to their name as they start rebuilding ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
Costa Rica qualify from Group D in top spot after holding England to a draw. Roy Hodgson's side will go home with one solitary point and two goals from their campaign.
Luke Shaw holds up Marco Urena and wins a goal-kick for his side. Great defending!
There will be THREE added minutes at the end of this game in Belo Horizonte.
Steven Gerrard's inswinging free-kick is just missed by the diving Wayne Rooney at the back post.
Wayne Rooney's cross is charged down by Roy Miller. Gary Cahill's long ball is won in the air by Oscar Duarte, but England are applying some late pressure.
Phil Jones, who has had a good game, gets across Christian Bolanos to earn his side a goal-kick.
Luke Shaw bursts away down the left, but his cross is collected by Keylor Navas. The 18-year-old Southampton full-back has looked right at home this afternoon in Belo Horizonte.
Wayne Rooney's delicate chip is tipped over his own crossbar by Keylor Navas.
Michael Barrantes comes on for Junior Diaz as Costa Rica look to close this match out and seal the point to finish top of Group D.
Raheem Sterling keeps the ball in play and then Cristian Gamboa comes flying in to clear it for an England corner. Steven Gerrard's corner is too high for Frank Lampard. Meanwhile, James Milner is replaced by Wayne Rooney for cap number 95.
Steven Gerrard earns his 114th England cap replacing Jack Wilshere in midfield. Will it be his last cap? Only he knows.
Giancarlo Gonzalez gets a vital touch on the ball to deny Daniel Sturridge a shot at goal. Instead, it's an England corner. Raheem Sterling then atones for giving the ball away with an important tackle in a defensive position.
Arsenal striker Joel Campbell is replaced by Marco Urena, who scored within seconds after coming on in their match against Uruguay.
Daniel Sturridge plays a delightful one-two with Jack Wilshere before bending his left-footed curler inches wide of the far post. Great chance gone begging for England!
Costa Rica have scored in all seven of their previous World Cup meetings with teams from Europe so England need to be aware of their attacking threat. James Milner is limping around with an injury and may have to come off.
Adam Lallana is replaced by the pacey Raheem Sterling. Moments later, Christian Bolanos lets fly from long-range, but Ben Foster is right behind it.
Christian Bolanos replaces Randall Brenes as Giancarlo Gonzalez brings down Ross Barkley. He is immediately shown a yellow card by referee Djamel Haimoudi.
Luke Shaw sends Adam Lallana away down the left, but his ball across for the waiting Daniel Sturridge is brilliantly stopped by goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
Luke Shaw and Cristian Gamboa crash into each other in a 50/50 challenge. Adam Lallana is next to be shown a yellow card with a late challenge on Bryan Ruiz.
Ross Barkley is booked by referee Djamel Haimoudi for pulling Cristian Gamboa's shirt. Moments before, Adam Lallana's pull-back fails to find a white shirt in the middle, much to the disappointment of the travelling England supporters.
Gary Cahill's attempt loops up in the air and falls kindly to the feet of Daniel Sturridge, but his touch just lets him down at the very last, allowing Keylor Navas to scramble the ball away. The goalkeeper requires some medical attention after taking a few studs to his chest.
Frank Lampard gets caught by Roy Miller, but is soon back on his feet. His Chelsea contract comes to an end next week when he will be moving on after 13 years at the club. Adam Lallana is held back by Cristian Gamboa for a free-kick wide left.
Costa Rica are the fourth CONCACAF opponents England have faced in the World Cup after the United States (twice), Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago. The United States were the only one of those the Three Lions failed to beat, having lost 1-0 here in Brazil in 1950 and drawn 1-1 in 2010. The other two teams, Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago, were defeated 2-0 in 1966 and 2006 respectively. The Three Lions get the second half underway!
Costa Rica are doing more than enough to hold England in the Three Lions' final Group D game at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte before they fly home. Ross Barkley, Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge have all looked lively with the Liverpool striker came closest the breaking the deadlock for Roy Hodgson's side with a header just over the crossbar while he also had strong penalty claims against Oscar Duarte waved away. Celso Borges' free-kick from 30 metres was heading towards the top corner, but Ben Foster got an important fingertip to send the ball onto his crossbar as Los Ticos came close at the other end. The signs have been encouraging for Roy Hodgson's side, who will be desperate to end their tournament with a win.
Costa Rica are holding England at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte.
Keylor Navas' long punt downfield falls to Randall Brene, but his shot is well blocked and Ben Foster grabs the ball.
Ross Barkley plays a neat one-two with Daniel Sturridge, but then fails to get the ball out of his feet and rushes his left-foot shot which is off target.
Roy Miller, who is making his first appearance of the tournament, is finding it difficult to pick out his passes. Cristian Gamboa's cross from the right is well handled by Ben Foster.
James Milner fails to get enough pace on his cross and that allows Keylor Navas the pluck the ball out of the air. Ross Barkley tries to send Jack Wilshere through, but once again Navas is bright and alert to the situation to race out of his goal and claim the ball.
Some flashy skills from Bryan Ruiz has the supporters in Belo Horizonte applauding. Adam Lallana's cross is flicked away by Giancarlo Gonzalez for a corner. Ross Barkley comes across to take it. The Everton man slips as he takes it and the ball spins off Roy Miller and away for another. Barkley sends it in deep for Phil Jones to head back across, but Daniel Sturridge can only direct his header over the crossbar.
James Milner right-footed cross from the left is headed down by Ross Barkley and Daniel Sturridge is bundled off the ball by Oscar Duarte. Referee Djamel Haimoudi waves away strong appeals for a penalty though and leaves Sturridge an unhappy man on the ground.
Frank Lampard releases Adam Lallana who tries to find Jack Wilshere in the box, but the Arsenal midfielder wasn't expecting the pass. Lampard dinks a ball over the top of the defence, but Daniel Sturridge is flagged offside.
Joel Campbell is clipped to the ground by Adam Lallana and Costa Rica have an opportunity from about 30 metres from goal. Celso Borges' strike is heading towards the top corner, but Ben Foster gets an important fingertip on the ball to tip it onto his crossbar and away for a corner.
Chris Smalling doesn't give Joel Campbell any room to manoeuver and then Giancarlo Gonzalez gets an important touch on the ball as James Milner looked to find the pacey Daniel Sturridge, who is causing Costa Rica all sorts of problems with his runs off the ball.
Daniel Sturridge is bundled to the ground by the aggressive Roy Miller. James Milner is unable to control a straight ball into his feet but England win the ball back and Sturridge hits his volley wide of the mark from about 30 metres.
England have not lost all three group games at a major tournament since the 1988 European Championships. They will be determined to go out on a high as their 6,000 following supporters get behind them. The Mexican wave goes around the Estadio Mineirao which sums up the opening quarter of an hour in Belo Horizonte. Just the one chance of note by Daniel Sturridge.
Randall Brenes is caught just a couple of metres offside although replays show he may have just been on. At the other end Jack Wilshere picks out Daniel Sturridge on the edge of the area, but the Liverpool striker bends his left-footed curler agonisingly wide of Keylor Navas' far post.
Daniel Sturridge is felled by Roy Miller and England look to spread the play and breakdown this resilient looking Costa Rica defence which is very well organised. Oscar Duarte earns his side a throw-in deep inside his territory. Bryan Ruiz overhits his pass to the lively Joel Campbell.
This is first ever meeting between Costa Rica and England and in the baking sun of the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte it's the Central American side who have made the more assured start. The Three Lions have yet to settle as Jack Wilshere takes a whack in his back.
Arsenal striker Joel Campbell has a go at goal with his left-foot, but it takes a deflection off Gary Cahill and drifts just wide of the far post. Referee Djamel Haimoudi surprisingly awards the goal-kick.
Jorge Luis Pinto's 5-4-1 formation has frustrated Uruguay and Italy, proving very difficult to unlock. Costa Rica also press with great energy. Statistics showed that they ran 12.7km more than Italy in the second half of their 1-0 win. Meanwhile, Roy Hodgson has set his England side up with a 4-2-3-1 system.
Here we go then at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte for this final group D clash. The pitch is in wonderful condition as you might expect while it's been another hot day in Brazil. Costa Rica are wearing their red and blue kit while England - still followed by a large number of supporters - are in their all-white number.
Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge and Chelsea's Gary Cahill are the only players to retain their starting spot for the Three Lions' final World Cup group game following their defeat at the hands of Luis Suarez and Uruguay. Frank Lampard will captain the team on what is likely to be the 36-year-old's final international appearance - he will earn his 106th cap. Luke Shaw, 18, becomes the second youngest player to play for England - after Michael Owen, while Everton playmaker Ross Barkley also starts the game in a 'V' shaped midfield with James Milner, Jack Wilshere and Adam Lallana making up an attacking and youthful looking side as they look to finish in a flourish.
Costa Rica have already qualified for the last 16, and a point against England would confirm top spot in Group D. They continue with much the same side that has already advanced to the last 16. That means Arsenal's Campbell gets another chance to impress while Fulham's Bryan Ruiz continues to captain the side from midfield.
Foster, Jones, Cahill, Smalling, Shaw, Wilshere, Lampard, Milner, Lallana, Barkley, Sturridge. SUBSTITUTES: Hart, Forster, Johnson, Gerrard, Jagielka, Rooney, Welbeck, Henderson, Lambert, Sterling.
Navas, Gonzalez, Borges, Duarte, Campbell, Ruiz, Brenes, Diaz, Gamboa, Tejeda, Miller. SUBSTITUTES: Pemberton, Cambronero, Acosta, Umana, Bolanos, Myrie, Barrantes, Francis, Granados, Calvo, Urena, Cubero.
England face Costa Rica this afternoon with only to pride to play for, given World Cup elimination has already been confirmed. Jorge Luis Pinto's surprise package have already qualified from Group D having beaten giants Uruguay and Italy. With Roy Hodgson's side to come in Belo Horizonte - the scene of the Three Lions 1-0 defeat to the then-amateur United States - the Brazilian city could now be the scene of another of their darkest hours. Costa Rica will fancy their chances of finishing with maximum points. England had their elimination confirmed on Friday, with defeats to Italy and Uruguay compounded by Los Ticos' shock wins against both countries. This is the first time in 56 years that England have exited at the group stage. They have never lost all three World Cup group matches before - a fate they will be desperate to avoid. On current form it is hard to see anything but a win for underdogs Costa Rica - England have not won a game in four since departing home shores and have conceded six goals, highlighting their shaky defence. However, with the weight of the nation's hopes removed from their heavily-burdened shoulders, on paper a Frank Lampard led team should have more than enough in their locker to see off their opponents, who sit 18 places below them in the world rankings. Follow me on Twitter: @RazMirza
England boss Roy Hodgson insists this is not a team just to give everyone a run out with the Three Lions boss confident they can win the match - one which they need a positive result from to avoid becoming the first England side to lose all three World Cup group games. "With a very different team and a lot of players who haven't played in the tournament so far, I wanted everyone to go home from this tournament - or at least as many as possible - having taken part and played in a game, not just training," he said. "We're very conscious of the fact that our fans are as disappointed and devastated as we are, but they are still here supporting us. We came into the hotel and received a lot of sympathy, kind words from them and we really want to make certain tomorrow night that they see something tomorrow that they can take some encouragement from. And most importantly of all, it's a top-class international on the biggest stage of all, the World Cup, so anything else than taking the game very seriously and trying to win the game in its own right would be out of the question."
Roy Hodgson named his starting XI during his pre-match press conference. Frank Lampard will captain the side on what is likely to be the 36-year-old's final international appearance. Teenager Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley will start the game while Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge the only survivors from the 2-1 defeat to Uruguay. Ben Foster will play in goal The right-back will be Phil Jones with Cahill playing centre-half alongside Chris Smalling, and Shaw at left-back. James Milner, Jack Wilshere and Adam Lallana join Lampard, who may well be playing the last of his 106 caps for England, and Barkley in midfield with Daniel Sturridge leading the line.
Costa Rica coach Jorge Luis Pinto knows England will be desperate to restore some pride in their last World Cup match before heading home. "The mother of football cannot leave without points and that makes it very complex," he said. "It makes the match very hard. England must take some pride out of Brazil. They cannot just leave with crossed arms. "This means it will be a head-to-head, a one-to-one match. Those who come into the team will give their all and fight for their position. We want to be number one in the group and we deserve to be it. It seems to be that maybe England were taken by surprise. They haven't been lucky in finding the goal. They came to the box many times but did not score the goal. Above everything they will have pride. This will be aggressive. We will attack and have our own style of play. We will continue to do what we have done so far."
Costa Rica have already qualified for the last 16, and a point against England would confirm top spot in Group D. Assistant manager Paulo Wanchope, the former Derby, West Ham and Manchester City striker, says they will make a number of changes with central defender Johnny Acosta expected to make his first appearance of the tournament. Costa Rica captain Bryan Ruiz, who scored the game's only goal against Italy, was packed off on loan to PSV Eindhoven from Fulham last season while Arsenal's Joel Campbell has another chance to prove to Arsene Wenger that he might worth a chance at the Emirates Stadium.
The Group D leaders should look no further than England's defensive frailties in the air. In their other two group games, Roy Hodgson's men have conceded headers from Italy's Mario Balotelli and Uruguay's Luis Suarez while, during the qualifying stages, the 1966 winners let 25 per cent of all goals in this way. Given that Costa Rica have had significant joy at the World Cup already using this tactic - Oscar Duarte and Bryan Ruiz scoring with their heads against Uruguay and Italy respectively - it may be an area boss Jorge Luis Pinto will look at to inflict further woe on the English.
MICHAEL UMANA v DANIEL STURRIDGE: Costa Rica set up with five at the back against Uruguay, with their full-backs providing width when going forward. Sturridge will be looking to exploit the space they leave behind and run at Umana on the left side of Costa Rica's defensive three. The 31-year-old plies his trade in his homeland and is the most experienced member of their squad with over 80 caps, but Sturridge's pace and trickery has frightened the very best defenders. MARCOS URENA v CHRIS SMALLING: The Costa Rica striker came off the bench against Uruguay and Italy, scoring against the former. Urena could start from the outset in Belo Horizonte as reward for those performances, with the Kuban Krasnodar front man likely to prove a handful for Chris Smalling. The Manchester United defender, along with Chelsea's Gary Cahill, come into the defence for what will be England's last match of the World Cup. CHRISTIAN BOLANOS v LUKE SHAW: With Leighton Baines injured and Hodgson giving his squad players a chance, 18-year-old Shaw starts at left back in Belo Horizonte. The Southampton defender's call-up at the expense of Ashley Cole was controversial but this match offers him a chance to prove his worth. Bolanos will be the man he is up against unless manager Jorge Luis Pinto decides to rest the experienced right-winger ahead of their last-16 clash.
The referee in charge of this encounter is Djamel Haimoudi from Algeria. He will be joined by two assistants Redouane Achik and Abdelhak Etchiali while Alireza Faghani from Iran will act as the fourth official.
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Costa Rica
Keylor Navas1
Cristian Gamboa16
Óscar Duarte6
60' Giancarlo González3
Roy Miller19
Júnior Díaz15
Bryan Ruiz10
78' Celso Borges5
Yeltsin Tejeda17
59' Randall Brenes14
65' Joel Campbell9
Patrick Pemberton18
Daniel Cambronero23
Michael Umana4
Dave Myrie8
Johnny Acosta2
Waylon Francis12
59' Christian Bolanos7
78' Michael Barrantes11
José Cubero22
Esteban Granados13
Diego Calvo20
65' Marco Urena21
13Ben Foster
16Phil Jones
5Gary Cahill
12Chris Smalling
23Luke Shaw
8Frank Lampard
7Jack Wilshere 73'
17James Milner 76'
21Ross Barkley 53'
20Adam Lallana 57' 62'
9Daniel Sturridge
1Joe Hart
22Fraser Forster
2Glen Johnson
6Phil Jagielka
4Steven Gerrard 73'
19Raheem Sterling 62'
14Jordan Henderson
10Wayne Rooney 76'
18Rickie Lambert
11Danny Welbeck
Jorge Luis Pinto 
Roy Hodgson 
Costa Rica
1Keylor Navas
16Cristian Gamboa
6Óscar Duarte
3Giancarlo González
Yellow Card 60'
19Roy Miller
15Júnior Díaz
10Bryan Ruiz
5Celso Borges
Substitution Michael Barrantes (on) 78'
17Yeltsin Tejeda
14Randall Brenes
Substitution Christian Bolaños (on) 59'
9Joel Campbell
Substitution Marco Ureña (on) 65'
18Patrick Pemberton
23Daniel Cambronero
4Michael Umaña
8Dave Myrie
2Johnny Acosta
12Waylon Francis
7Christian Bolaños
Substitution Christian Bolaños (on) 59'
11Michael Barrantes
Substitution Michael Barrantes (on) 78'
22José Cubero
13Esteban Granados
20Diego Calvo
21Marco Ureña
Substitution Marco Ureña (on) 65'
Jorge Luis Pinto 
13Ben Foster
16Phil Jones
5Gary Cahill
12Chris Smalling
23Luke Shaw
8Frank Lampard
7Jack Wilshere
Substitution Steven Gerrard (on) 73'
17James Milner
Substitution Wayne Rooney (on) 76'
21Ross Barkley
Yellow Card 53'
20Adam Lallana
Yellow Card 57'
Substitution Raheem Sterling (on) 62'
9Daniel Sturridge
1Joe Hart
22Fraser Forster
2Glen Johnson
6Phil Jagielka
4Steven Gerrard
Substitution Jack Wilshere (off) 73'
19Raheem Sterling
Substitution Adam Lallana (off) 62'
14Jordan Henderson
10Wayne Rooney
Substitution James Milner (off) 76'
18Rickie Lambert
11Danny Welbeck
Roy Hodgson 
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Team Stats
Costa RicaCRC EnglandENG
0 Goals 0
0 Assists 0
4 Shots 0
3 Shots on Goal 0
3 Saves 0
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
9 Crosses 19
3 Corner Kicks 0
3 Offside 0
17 Fouls Committed 0
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
45% Ball Possession 55%
Costa Rica
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Keylor Navas 90 - 0 0 0 1
3Giancarlo González 90 0 1 0 - -
5Celso Borges 78 0 0 0 - -
6Óscar Duarte 90 0 0 0 - -
9Joel Campbell 65 0 0 0 - -
10Bryan Ruiz 90 0 0 0 - -
14Randall Brenes 59 0 0 0 - -
15Júnior Díaz 90 0 0 0 - -
16Cristian Gamboa 90 0 0 0 - -
17Yeltsin Tejeda 90 0 0 0 - -
19Roy Miller 90 0 0 0 - -
7Christian Bolanos 31 0 0 0 - -
11Michael Barrantes 12 0 0 0 - -
21Marco Urena 25 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
13Ben Foster 90 - 0 0 0 2
5Gary Cahill 90 0 0 0 - -
7Jack Wilshere 73 0 0 0 - -
8Frank Lampard 90 0 0 0 - -
9Daniel Sturridge 90 0 0 0 - -
12Chris Smalling 90 0 0 0 - -
16Phil Jones 90 0 0 0 - -
17James Milner 76 0 0 0 - -
20Adam Lallana 62 0 1 0 - -
21Ross Barkley 90 0 1 0 - -
23Luke Shaw 90 0 0 0 - -
4Steven Gerrard 17 0 0 0 - -
10Wayne Rooney 14 0 0 0 - -
19Raheem Sterling 28 0 0 0 - -
Costa RicaCRC vs. EnglandENG
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Costa Rica 0-0 England
90' Half Over  Costa Rica 0-0 England
90' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
90' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
90' Goal Kick  Ben Foster (England)
90' Corner Kick  Steven Gerrard (England)
90' Cross  Raheem Sterling (England) - Deflected - Out of Play
90' Throw-In  Luke Shaw (England)
90' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
89' Cross  Steven Gerrard (England) - Directly Out
89' Free Kick  Steven Gerrard (England)
88' Foul  Rooney fouled by Christian Bolanos (Costa Rica)
87' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
87' Cross  Wayne Rooney (England) - Headed Out - Out of Play
87' Foul  Lampard fouled by Michael Barrantes (Costa Rica)
85' Foul  Miller fouled by Daniel Sturridge (England)
85' Goal Kick  Ben Foster (England)
84' Foul  Bolanos fouled by Steven Gerrard (England)
83' Foul  Jones fouled by Christian Bolanos (Costa Rica)
82' Cross  Luke Shaw (England) - Intercepted
82' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
82' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
82' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
81' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
80' Foul  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
80' Corner Kick  Ross Barkley (England) - Defended by Keeper
80' Shot on Goal  Wayne Rooney (England)
78' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
78' Substitution  Michael Barrantes (on). Borges (off). (Costa Rica)
77' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
76' Substitution  Wayne Rooney (on). Milner (off). (England)
76' Corner Kick  Steven Gerrard (England)
75' Foul  Urena fouled by Gary Cahill (England)
75' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
74' Foul  Shaw fouled by Yeltsin Tejeda (Costa Rica)
74' Cross  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica) - Headed Out - In Play
73' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
73' Substitution  Steven Gerrard (on). Wilshere (off). (England)
71' Foul  Foster fouled by Óscar Duarte (Costa Rica)
71' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Costa Rica) - Foul
70' Corner Kick  Ross Barkley (England) - Defended by Keeper
68' Foul  Jones fouled by Christian Bolanos (Costa Rica)
67' Foul  Jack Wilshere (England)
67' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
66' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
65' Substitution  Marco Urena (on). Campbell (off). (Costa Rica)
65' Shot  Daniel Sturridge (England)
63' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
62' Shot on Goal  Christian Bolanos (Costa Rica)
62' Substitution  Raheem Sterling (on). Lallana (off). (England)
61' Foul  Díaz fouled by Chris Smalling (England)
61' Shot on Goal  Frank Lampard (England)
61' Free Kick  Frank Lampard (England)
60' Yellow Card  Giancarlo González (Costa Rica)
60' Foul  Barkley fouled by Giancarlo González (Costa Rica)
59' Substitution  Christian Bolanos (on). Brenes (off). (Costa Rica)
59' Foul  Smalling fouled by Bryan Ruiz (Costa Rica)
59' Cross  Adam Lallana (England) - Intercepted
58' Foul  Wilshere fouled by Celso Borges (Costa Rica)
57' Yellow Card  Adam Lallana (England)
57' Foul  Ruiz fouled by Adam Lallana (England)
56' Foul  Gamboa fouled by Luke Shaw (England)
54' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
53' Yellow Card  Ross Barkley (England)
53' Foul  Gamboa fouled by Ross Barkley (England)
53' Cross  Adam Lallana (England) - Clearance In Play
51' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
49' Foul  Campbell fouled by Phil Jones (England)
49' Cross  Adam Lallana (England) - Intercepted
49' Shot on Goal  Luke Shaw (England)
49' Cross  Frank Lampard (England) - Headed Out - In Play
49' Free Kick  Frank Lampard (England)
48' Foul  Shaw fouled by Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
48' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
47' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
47' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
46' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
46' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Costa Rica 0-0 England
45' Shot on Goal  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica)
45' Cross  Frank Lampard (England) - Defended by Keeper
45' Free Kick  Frank Lampard (England)
45' Foul  Lallana fouled by Joel Campbell (Costa Rica)
45' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
44' Cross  Adam Lallana (England) - Clearance In Play
44' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
44' Offside  Giancarlo González (Costa Rica)
44' Cross  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica) - Offside
44' Free Kick  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica)
43' Foul  Campbell fouled by Chris Smalling (England)
43' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
42' Shot  Ross Barkley (England)
42' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
40' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
39' Cross  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica) - Defended by Keeper
39' Throw-In  James Milner (England)
37' Foul  Shaw fouled by Joel Campbell (Costa Rica)
37' Cross  Ross Barkley (England) - Intercepted
36' Cross  James Milner (England) - Defended by Keeper
35' Foul  Campbell fouled by Chris Smalling (England)
35' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
35' Shot  Daniel Sturridge (England)
35' Cross  Phil Jones (England) - Off Target
35' Corner Kick  Ross Barkley (England)
34' Corner Kick  Ross Barkley (England) - Headed Out - Out of Play
34' Corner Kick  Ross Barkley (England) - Clearance Out of Play
33' Cross  Adam Lallana (England) - Headed Out - Out of Play
32' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
31' Offside  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica)
30' Foul  Wilshere fouled by Óscar Duarte (Costa Rica)
30' Throw-In  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica)
29' Foul  Gamboa fouled by James Milner (England)
29' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
29' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
27' Cross  James Milner (England) - Completed Pass
26' Offside  Daniel Sturridge (England)
26' Foul  Lampard fouled by Bryan Ruiz (Costa Rica)
26' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
24' Corner Kick  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica) - Defended by Keeper
24' Corner Kick  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica) - Clearance In Play
23' Shot on Goal  Celso Borges (Costa Rica)
23' Free Kick  Celso Borges (Costa Rica)
22' Foul  Campbell fouled by Adam Lallana (England)
22' Foul  Jones fouled by Randall Brenes (Costa Rica)
21' Foul  Ruiz fouled by Frank Lampard (England)
21' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
21' Cross  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica) - Headed Out - In Play
20' Throw-In  Luke Shaw (England)
19' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
18' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
18' Shot  Daniel Sturridge (England)
18' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
18' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
17' Foul  Sturridge fouled by Roy Miller (Costa Rica)
17' Throw-In  Roy Miller (Costa Rica)
16' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
15' Throw-In  Luke Shaw (England)
14' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
13' Goal Kick  Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
12' Shot  Daniel Sturridge (England)
12' Throw-In  Luke Shaw (England)
11' Offside  Randall Brenes (Costa Rica)
11' Cross  Bryan Ruiz (Costa Rica) - Offside
9' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
8' Foul  Sturridge fouled by Roy Miller (Costa Rica)
8' Throw-In  Luke Shaw (England)
8' Cross  Joel Campbell (Costa Rica) - Defended by Keeper
8' Free Kick  Joel Campbell (Costa Rica)
7' Foul  Díaz fouled by Phil Jones (England)
7' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
6' Cross  Joel Campbell (Costa Rica) - Headed Out - In Play
6' Throw-In  Ross Barkley (England)
6' Goal Kick  Ben Foster (England)
5' Cross  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica) - Directly Out
5' Foul  Ross Barkley (England)
5' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
4' Throw-In  Júnior Díaz (Costa Rica)
4' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
3' Goal Kick  Ben Foster (England)
2' Shot  Joel Campbell (Costa Rica)
2' Throw-In  Phil Jones (England)
1' Throw-In  Cristian Gamboa (Costa Rica)
1' Start Half 
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